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.
- Council meets at 6:30 pm (please contact the office for confirmation) at the Hegewald Center in Stevenson.
- Upcoming Meeting Dates:
- January 8th, 2018
- April 7th, 2018
- July 9th, 2018
- October 8th, 2018
- Additional Meetings may be scheduled throughout the year
- Community Members, 4-H youth, parents, and volunteers are most welcome — 4-H leaders are highly encouraged to attend.
- A great time for professional development, networking, and resource sharing.
4-H Council Members:
- President: Position Currently Open
- Vice President: Teazzua Seekins
- Treasurer: Jennifer Connolly
- Secretary: Position Currently Open
A Guide to Effective Youth/Adult Partnerships on Councils, Associations, and Committees
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