What is NEOLA:
NEOLA, North Eastern Oklahoma Lamb
Association was started to stimulate
competition among 4-H and FFA exhibitors,
while also encouraging sportsmanship and
leadership.  NEOLA offers a series of jackpot
lamb shows and gives  prizes and awards to the
top individual exhibitors of club lambs
throughout the course of a one-year period
based upon the total number of points
accumulated within a given NEOLA division.  
We currently host shows November through
February.  
The awards are given during the Tulsa State Fair.
Who can show at NEOLA:

Academically eligible 4-H or FFA and peewee
designated showmen residing in the northeast
portion of the State of Oklahoma (counties
included are Adair, Cherokee, Craig, Creek,
Delaware, Kay, Lincoln, Logan, Mayes, McIntosh,
Muskogee, Noble, Nowata, Okfuskee, Oklahoma,
Okmulgee, Osage, Ottawa, Pawnee, Payne,
Pottawatomie, Rogers, Seminole, Sequoyah,
Tulsa, Wagoner, Washington) are eligible for
active membership. Members must be actively
enrolled in school and be seven (7) years of age
by the first show date for the season and may
continue membership until high school
graduation.  
Northeast Oklahoma Lamb Association
NEOLA
NEW!
2017-2018 Show schedule posted.
Click on the schedule tab.

NEOLA Junior Officer forms due Nov 15th.
Click on link above to download.



We will be starting a new text messaging
system. If you want to receive text updates
you must sign up as instructed below.
Numbers will not transfer from rained out.

Enter this for phone number: 81010
Enter this as text message: @neola
and send. You will then be signed up for
remind.
2016 Scholarship Winners, Chelsea Allen and
Sage Holder pictured with Scholarship Sponsor,
Jim Gilmore, ADM
2016 Awards
How to Join NEOLA:

If you meet the requirements above, you can
become a member.  Memberships are $25.
We accept memberships at the NEOLA
shows. Please print and fill out membership
form below before the show and fill out, then
bring it with you to your first show.  One form
for each member.

2017-2018 Membership Form