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4-H Leaders’ Councils

Program Contact: Bridget Rohner, WSU Extension Youth Family & Community Education, Lincoln-Adams
(509) 725-4171 • brohner@wsu.edu

4-H Council meeting minutes June 14 2021

4-H Leaders’ Council Documents 4-H Council Resource Guidelines

The basic purpose of the volunteers who serve on 4-H Councils is to meet the educational needs of the enrolled youth. They must determine what those needs are and how to best deliver programs to meet those needs. Throughout the state, volunteers work in partnership with Extension professionals to develop programs that best serve the changing needs of youth in their county or area.

In each county an Extension professional is ultimately responsible for the 4-H program. Consequently, all work and decisions of the 4-H Council are advisory to the 4-H professional.

If you are a 4-H Volunteer, Family 4-H leader or 4-H member, Council is important to YOU!

All 4-H leaders, parents, members (especially teens) are welcome to attend Leaders’ Council meetings. Please encourage at least one leader, teen, or parent to represent your group (Club, Family or Special Interest Program) at Leaders’ Council meetings! It doesn’t have to be the same person each time!

The Council exists to help guide the local 4-H program efforts. The Lincoln and (East) Adams 4-H Leaders’ Councils:

  • provide financial help to teens and leaders to attend conferences, workshops, training, and forums
  • manages the local 4-H Scholarship program
  • provide important input to local Fair Boards (Lincoln Co. Fair or Wheat Land Communities Fair) and can receive information from the Fair Boards to share back with leaders
  • oversee and support (with help from the Extension Office) the Council sub-committees such as Youth Camp, Horse Leaders (Li. Co.), Know Your Government, ad hoc livestock committees, Super Saturday or other county or bi-county 4-H events, awards or achievement programs, State Fair participation, etc.
  • approve and forward suggestions for 4-H policy changes to the WA State 4-H Leaders’ Council.

East Adams Co. 4-H Leaders’ Council

Meeting:  August 15 3:00 PM

Wheat Land Communities’ Fairgrounds @ Knuth Bldg, Ritzville, WA

Contact Leaders’ Council President, Camille Nelson, with questions or to add items to the agenda.

cnelson@lrschools.org

 

Minutes from Last Meeting:  4-H Council meeting minutes June 14 2021

                                                   

All Welcome at Leaders’ Council Meetings!!
Make sure your 4-H club or family group is represented by as many adult and/or teen leaders as possible!

 

Adams County 4-H Leaders’ Council 
President: Camille Nelson
Secretary: Erika Hennings
Treasurer: Alice Weber
Council Teen Representative:
County Teen Ambassador
Achievement Program Chair:
Demonstration Chair: Carla Jerue
Foods & Clothing Judging: Janette Hollenback
Livestock Judging:
State Fair Coordinator: Carla Jerue
Record Book Chair Trish McRae

 


Area 6 4-H (Othello) Leaders’ Committee (Council) Meeting

Meeting: TBA

 

 

4-H Leaders’ Committee/Council of and for the Othello Area 4-H program.


Lincoln Co. 4-H Leaders’ Council

 

Questions? Agenda Items? Contact Joy Wilken 509-257-2319

 All 4-H Members, Leaders & Volunteers are welcome to participate in Lincoln Co. 4-H Leaders’ Council Meetings. For more information, contact  Joy Wilken, Lincoln County 4-H Leaders Council President.

Lincoln County 4-H Leaders’ Council

Correspondence can be mailed to:
Lincoln Co. 4-H Leaders’ Council
C/O Box 228, Sprague, WA 99032

President: Joy Wilken
Secretary: Farren Reinbold
Treasurer: Jenny Kane
Council Newsletter Editor Joy Wilken
Council Teen Representative:
County Teen Ambassador:
Demonstration Chair:
Horse Program Committee Chair: Robin Nachtigal
Know Your Government
Livestock Judging Chair:
Na-Bor-Lee Youth Camp:  Marci Dayton
State Fair Coordinator:
Record Book Chair Jenny Kane

 

 


Publications for Lincoln-Adams

Adams County 4-H Leaders’ Council Constitution

Adams County 4-H Leaders’ Council Bylaws

Adams County 4-H Leaders’ Council Support Request Form

Lincoln-Adams 4-H E-News Archives

Lincoln County 4-H Leaders’ Council Constitution

Lincoln County 4-H Leaders’ Council Bylaws

Lincoln County 4-H Leader and Member-of-the-year-Nomination Forms

Constitution Grant/Adams 4-H Leader’s Council

Grant-Adams Area 4-H Policy