Oregon Humane Society
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OHS Clubs

  Kids for Animals
   
  Juniors for Animals
   

 

Aug. 27, 2014: Club registration is now open. Fill out the online form here. Registration for club is done on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

OHS clubs are for youth in grades 3-8 (for grades 9-12, see Teen Workshops below). All clubs meet once a month (except April), from October through May. Clubs take place at the Oregon Humane Society in our Education Hall from 5:45-7:30 pm.

 

Club members interact with shelter animals, take part in a humane education lesson or activity, and share a snack. In addition, members may help plan and carry out projects to benefit shelter animals. Members MUST wear long pants and closed-toed shoes to ALL club meetings.

 

Important: You will be notified via email no later than September 5, 2014 as to whether your child's registration form was received before space in the chosen club was filled.

 

If your child is accepted into club, you will receive an email containing club fee payment information and all necessary forms.


  • Who: 3rd-8th graders (for Teen Workshops, see below)
  • What: Clubs for youth interested in learning more about animals. One-time $15 fee and completed waiver and pick-up policy notice due at first meeting.
  • Where: Oregon Humane Society, Education Hall (location and directions)
  • When: October-May; dates/times below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Club Details

Club

Grade

Date

Time

Annual Fee

Kids for Animals I

FULL

3-4

1st Tuesday of each month

5:45–7:30 PM

$15

Kids for Animals II

FULL

5-6

1st Thursday of each month

5:45–7:30 PM

$15

Juniors for Animals

7-8 2nd Tuesday of every month 5:45–7:30 PM $15

 

Meeting Dates

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Kids for Animals I

FULL

7

4

2

6

3

3

No Club

5

Kids for Animals II

FULL

9

6

4

8

5

5

No Club

7

Juniors for Animals 14 11 9 13 10 10 No Club 12

 

 

 

 

 

  Teen Workshops at OHS

Teen Workshops

 

We offer several Teen Workshop Nights where high school-aged youth (grades 9-12) can learn about current animal-related issues and work on projects to benefit the shelter animals.

 

Bring $5 if you want pizza for dinner (5:30-6 pm). We will provide beverages and dessert. Guest speakers begin promptly at 6 pm.

 

Number of participants is limited. Register by sending an email to Barb C., Humane Educator.

 

Keep checking our website for upcoming nights!