Club Leaders

Welcoming New Families into 4-H (pdf)
Supporting Your Club’s Project Leaders (pdf)
Managing County 4-H Paperwork (pdf)
Club Leadership/Chairperson Responsibilities and Duties (pdf)
4-H Club Banner Guidelines (pdf)

Latest Leader Blog Posts

  • We asked 100 people ‘Name something you associate with an island’. Vacation Danger Empty I can’t confirm that Family Feud never asked this question. However, community programs and outreach do ask themselves. We choose how to define this island without recognizing the task most days. We envy those setting off on vacation to tropical islands–that […]
  • Attention volunteers that still need VIP (Volunteers in Preparation) training! You can find open training session dates at this website:  https://4h.extension.wisc.edu/resources/volunteer-resources/4-h-foundations/volunteers-in-preparation/ Available for 2023: One session is available December 19 and two sessions are available December 28, 2023
  • Fall Back Fall is a time many look forward to, AND it is also a time when others begin to dread the winter days ahead.  For this blog post, we are not looking ahead to winter, but back.  The winter 2023 Youth-Adult Partnership blog post focused on being intentional about describing who we are.  As […]
  • June 21 is the start of summer, the longest day of the year.  In a year defined by a dry pattern, sun shines most days.  However, it’s been uncharacteristically cool.  If the sun is shining, why is there no warmth?  I always say that I prefer cold weather to warm, because I can put more […]
  • The winter Youth-Adult Partnership blog post focused on being intentional about describing who we are.  This spring as sunlight lengthens and warms our efforts, that language can be turned into helping describe what we need?  And after we ask for what we need, how do we engage each other to get those things? The experiential […]
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