What is 4-H Council?
4-H Council is an organization made up of youth and adult representatives from each 4-H club.
They plan 4-H activities & events that take place at the county level. 4-H Council serves as a place for youth to learn a variety of leadership skills.
They plan & coordinate county wide activities such as 4-H Day, Achievement Banquet, Fun Events, and Fair Activities, and fundraise for these events.
The 4-H Council is not a policy setting body nor does it approve the focus of Extension 4-H Youth Development programming.
4-H Council representatives have these responsibilities:
- Know the club members you represent
- Attend all 4-H Council meetings
- Represent the opinions of your club
- Report back to your 4-H club
- Work on Council activities
4-H Council meetings are generally held the first Thursday, 7:00 p.m. at the Extension Office in these months:
October (election of officers)
Who is on 4-H Council?
Youth and Adult elected representatives from the seven clubs in the county.
4-H Council Officers:
President: Max Harman, Country Cousins
Vice President: Rachel Yenni, Smoky Valley
Secretary: Rachel Harman, Country Cousins
Treasurer: Mason O'Brien, K-State Wild Kids
Hosts: Kruse, Shandy and Smith Families