What is the 4-H Leaders Association?
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.
|Leaders Council Members||Position Held|
|Laura Anderson & Sally Hanson||Co-Presidents|
|Emi McCarville||Vice President|