The 4-H Leaders Association is comprised of the 4-H Leaders Council plus volunteer representatives of all 4-H clubs in the county. Two members from each club (youth and adult) have voting privileges at Association meetings. The Leaders Association is an organization that is important to all 4-H leaders and parents. Anyone is welcome to attend the Leaders Association meetings, however, clubs are asked to send two individuals (youth or adults) to serve as voting representatives.
The Leaders Association is comprised of the Leaders Council plus volunteer representatives of all 4-H clubs in the county. Meetings are normally held at the Extension Office on the 4th Monday of January, March, June, September and November.
The Iowa County 4-H Leader’s Association…
- Lets you meet with leaders from other clubs and discuss problems and concerns.
- Sets policies for the Iowa County 4-H Program.
- Keeps you up-to-date on the 4-H program.
What is the 4-H Leaders Council?
The 4-H Leaders Council is composed of adult and youth volunteers who are elected to set policy, make decisions and raise funds for the county 4-H program. The Iowa County 4-H Leader Council consists of seven adult members and six youth members. The Leaders Council meets several times a year and is advised by the 4-H Youth Development Agent.
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