4-H Leader’s Council
4-H Clubs are lead by caring adults who generously volunteer their time, efforts, and expertise. A Leader’s Council allows these volunteers to meet and interact regularly both with other club leaders in their area and 4-H staff. The ultimate goal of Leader’s Council is to provide structure, training, and opportunities to club leaders to help them meet the educational needs of their enrolled youth and to provide direction for the 4-H program in their county.
At least one adult leader from each club should plan to attend each Leader’s Council meeting. Community members, 4-H youth, parents, and other volunteers are welcome to attend as well. In addition to the goals stated above, Leader’s Council Meetings are a great time for professional development, networking, and resource sharing.
Skamania County Leader’s Council
The Skamania County 4-H Leader’s Council meets on a quarterly basis, with additional meetings scheduled throughout the year as needed. Meetings are held on the 1st Monday of the month of the new quarter and begin at 6:30pm. Most meetings take 1 hour and include approximately 30 minutes to cover 4-H business and 30 minutes for leader training that is provided by 4-H staff. Meetings are held at the Hegewald Center in Stevenson, WA.
Upcoming Meeting Dates
- January 7th, 2019
- April 30th, 2019
- July 15th, 2019
Leader’s Council Executive Board
The Leader’s Council follows a similar structure of the 4-H club with volunteers taking on leadership roles within the council just as youth take on leadership roles with their club. The Council has 4 elected positions and each position is a two-year term, with the roles of president and secretary turning over in even number years and vice president and treasurer turning over in odd number years.
The current executive board is made up of the following leaders:
- President: Megan Lambert
- Vice President: Teazzua Seekins
- Treasurer: Jennifer Connolly
- Secretary: Keely Crandall
You may view a current copy of the Leader’s Council bylaws by downloading the PDF
You may view a copy of the approved Meeting Minutes by clicking on any of the dates to the right to pull up the PDF. Please note that minutes for the most recent meeting are in draft form until they have had the opportunity to be read and approved at the next scheduled Leader’s Council meeting.
A Guide to Effective Youth/Adult Partnerships on Councils, Associations, and Committees
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