What is the 4-H Council?

A County 4-H Council consists of people who work together to improve the quality of the 4-H Youth Development program.  It is created for the purpose of actively engaging local volunteers in developing, conducting and evaluating a 4-H program that is based on the needs of youth, volunteers and the community.  County 4-H Councils work closely with and share the overall responsibility for the 4-H Youth Development program with the 4-H Youth Development Agent.  



Who is the Target Audience?

The primary audience of the 4-H Council are the volunteers who will serve and deliver the program.  The secondary audience includes all stakeholder groups:  parents, community leaders, partners, contributors, businesses, schools and of course, local youth!  The 4-H Council must focus their primary attention on the volunteers who deliver 4-H programs and activities to the youth.  



Meade County 4-H Council Membership

Meade County 4-H Council membership is open to all club volunteers, parents of currently enrolled 4-H members and community partners interesed in positive youth develoment.  Please contact the Extension Office if you are interested in serving on the 4-H Council.



2018 Officer Team

President:  Charlie Wilkins

Vice-President:  Mary Gavin

Secretary:  Laura Gail Stith

Treasurer:  Ruth Ann Nash



2017 -  2018 Meeting Dates

All meetings start at 6:00 pm and are held at the Meade County Extension Office

September 18          AGENDA          MINUTES

November 20           AGENDA          MINUTES

January 22               AGENDA          MINUTES

March 26                  AGENDA          MINUTES

May 21                     No Meeting in May

July 16                     AGENDA           MINUTES



2018 -  2019 Meeting Dates

All meetings start at 6:00 pm and are held at the Meade County Extension Office

September 17          AGENDA          MINUTES

November 19           AGENDA          MINUTES

January 28               AGENDA          MINUTES

March 18                  AGENDA          MINUTES

May 20                    AGENDA          MINUTES

July 15                    AGENDA           MINUTES