Adult volunteers play an important role in the 4-H program. Volunteers coordinate local community clubs and help to plan and conduct local, regional, state and national 4-H events.
We are always excited to get new volunteers so please call the WSU Asotin County Extension Office, at (509) 243-2009 to discuss becoming a volunteer.
To become a WSU Asotin County 4-H Volunteer Leader, please read our 4-H Volunteer Introduction Letter 2022 and complete the New 4-H Volunteer Application Forms
Leaders must also complete 4-H Leader Volunteer on-line and in person trainings. You will be instructed as to how to do these trainings after your application is complete.
Return the completed 4-H Volunteer application packet to the Asotin County Extension Office, PO Box 9, Asotin, WA 99402 or visit us in the basement of the Courthouse at 135 Second Street, B107, Asotin, WA 99402.
Asotin County 4-H Leader of the Year
Congratulations to Cami Browne. She was chosen as the 2022 4-H Leader of the year! Cami is leader of the Blue Mountain Livestock club as well as FFA advisor in Clarkston.
Congratulations to Lisa Ubachs!! She will be inducted into the Washington State 4-H Hall of Fame. Lisa is the General Leader of Animal Crackers 4-H club.
Thanks to both of these ladies for their hard work and dedication to 4-H. They will be recognized at a state volunteer recognition event on Nov 1st
2006 Washington State 4-H Hall of Fame winner – Betty Witters