Missouri 4-H Club Leader Kit: Table of Contents

2018-19 Club Year

 

Missouri 4-H Club Management/Club Leader Kit (Link)

 

Additional Information

  • Adult Leadership Roles in 4-H Clubs (PDF)
  • Member in Good Standing Checklist (PDF)

 

 

Club in Good Standing Policy

  • Club must hold minimum of four meetings
  • Must have at least 1 recognized club leader and at least 1 recognized project leader who conducts a meeting and provides a minimum of 6 hours of instruction. 
  • 4-H Member and Volunteer records must be entered in enrollment system in a timely manner (Re-enrollment completed by Jan. 1st) 
  • Plan, Implement and Evaluate a community service project. 
  • Turn in club audit packet by due date. 
  • Participate in rotation of countywide committees and fundraisers. 
  • Appoint a representative to attend 50% of 4-H Council meetings. 

Clubs not adhering to these polices will have their charter revoked. 

Adopted May 2015; effective October 2015

Member-in-Good-Standing Policy 

  • Complete 1 Demonstration during the 4-H year (hands-on, PowerPoint, team, speech, etc.)
  • Attend 50% of club/group meetings. New members must attend 50% of meetings from the time of joining a club.
  • Enroll in at least 1 project and complete 6 hours of project work receiving guidance from a recognized adult volunteer. Certain projects may require a certified instructor and may have additional requirements (ie. Shooting Sports, SportFishing, Horse Bowl, etc.)
  • Club dues:
    • Members must enroll and have dues paid to club by December 31 each year. Late enrollments will be assessed a $5 late fee.   (Added February 2016)
    • New members enrolling after January 1 need to pay dues to club in a timely manner.

Adopted September 2012

4-H Council

ByLaws & Constitution

Agenda - 5/15/2018

Minutes - 5/15/2018

 

 

Cole County 4-H/FFA Fair Board

ByLaws

Constitution

Agenda - 

Minutes