The Leaders’ Association helps to plan, implement and fundraise for 4-H programming at the County Level. All 4-H Leaders (youth and adult) who are enrolled in 4HOnline are voting members of the Association – they help to make decisions about 4-H at the county level including programming, policy, and growth of the program. All 4-H members, families and leaders are welcome to attend Association meetings to get information and provide input.
The Leaders’ Association elects a Board that meets monthly, this board reports to the entire Association at meetings held 3 times/year. At these All-County meetings, the Leaders’ Board (along with the Extension office) will update all leaders on the work they’ve been doing on behalf of the Association and provide education, training and resources to support leaders in their efforts. The Association will vote on any major changes to the program, give input on new topics of discussion, and share concerns on behalf of the membership.
- 4-H Leaders’ Association Approved By-Laws (last approved April 2020)
- 4-H Leaders’ Association Approved Financial Policies 2018-2019
- 2019-2020 Winnebago County Committees
- Leaders’ Association Fundraisers
- 2019-2020 Proposed Budget (approved April 2019)
- 2020-2021 Approved Budget (fiscal year July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021)
- 4-H Awards and Recognition List
Board of Directors (BOD)
The Board of Directors oversee the business of the 4-H Leaders’ Association. Adult Directors (min of 10, max of 12) serve a 3 year term—they can be re-elected for a 2nd term but then must leave the board for at least 1 year. Youth Directors (min of 2, max of 4) serve a one year term. Elections for open Director positions are held annually; all Association members are eligible to vote. Officers of the board are elected annually by the Board of Directors.
The Treasurer of the Association is a volunteer who is not elected and not a voting member of the board. The treasurer manages the finances of the Association; the Finance Committee manages the Association’s budget (making recommendations on spending and fundraising to the Association).
- The Board of Directors can be contacted by email at: email@example.com
- Position Description – 4-H Board of Directors
All-County Meeting Information
Next All County Leaders’ Meeting:
Board Meeting Information
Next Board Meeting: Tuesday, June 16
May 2020 Board Meeting
February 2020 Board Meeting
November 2019 Board Meeting
October 2019 Board Meeting
September 2019 Board Meeting
August 2019 Board Meeting
July 2019 Board Meeting
June 2019 Board Meeting
May 2019 Board Meeting
April 2019 Board Meeting
Election Information & Absentee Ballots 2019-2020
The Leaders’ Association is holding it’s annual elections for the Board of Directors.
Elections will be held at the 4-H Family Banquet on Saturday, October 26.
Nominations will be accepted up until the time of the election at the banquet.
Absentee Ballot: 2019-2020 4-H Leaders’ BOD Ballot
Who Can Vote? Youth and Adults in ANY leadership role who will be enrolled in 4HOnline by Nov 20 of current year: