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Meeting the basic needs of first-year 4-H club members

by United States. Federal Extension Service

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Published by Extension Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • 4-H clubs

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesPA -- 203, Program aid (United States. Department of Agriculture) -- no. 203.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 pages :
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25648118M
    OCLC/WorldCa123905940

    4-H Club Financial Guidelines. 4-H Volunteer Leader Roles. Meeting the Needs of Youth: Tips for 4-H Leaders – 4-H leaders are essential partners in creating a positive environment by focusing on the strengths of youth and providing positive ways for youth to meet their four basic needs: Belonging, Mastery, Independence and Generosity. meeting business. The Basics 4-H meetings are often the fi rst exposure young people will have to parliamentary procedure. There are volumes of material written on the fi ne points of parliamentary procedure, but only the basics are necessary for 90 percent of the business conducted at a local 4-H club meeting. Start with the basics.

    A group member is recognized by the president to speak, then says “I move to amend the motion to buy a 4-H flag by adding the words 3-foot by 5-foot.” A second to this amendment is required. 2. Discussion follows and is for only the amendment, not the original motion. In the example, members may discuss the merits of a 3-foot by 5-foot 4-H. Youth may be enrolled in 4-H clubs and designated as 4-H club members when they meet the following criteria: They are ages 8 to 18 (as of September 1 of the current 4-H year, which spans September 1 to August 31). They agree to become actively engaged in carrying out at least one 4-H educational project.

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Meeting the basic needs of first-year 4-H club members by United States. Federal Extension Service Download PDF EPUB FB2

Conducting your 4-H club meetings. Information about the basic, everyday ingredi-ents of successful 4-H meetings are included here. Setting goals with your 4-H club.

It’s helpful for you and your 4-H members together to set a few basic goals for your club’s first year. (Not too many or you may get discouraged!) Based on the. Sample 4-H Club Meeting Agenda 1. Call to order 2. U.S. Pledge of Allegiance 3. 4-H Pledge 4. Introductions & roll call 5.

Reading of Minutes of last meeting 6. Treasurer report 7. Other officers’ reports (if needed) 8. Committee reports (if needed) 9. Old business New business & announcements Program • Educational component. These are the basic 4-H member requirements that by the end of the Club Year, 4 -H members need to have met.

Complete a Project Record Book for each 4-H project. Attend 70% of club-designated Club Activities. Complete a club-approved Communications Activity. Participate in a club-approved Community Service Activity. 4-H Club Meetings and Club Officer Training • Reasons for 4-H Club Meetings – Sharing information – project, club, county, regional, state and national information and opportunities – Networking - meeting people, exchanging ideas, learning from others – Building life skills (public speaking, record keeping, financial management, etc.).

Effective 4-H Club Meetings L EADER L ETTER Club or group meetings are the cornerstone of the 4-H experience for boys and girls. Ask beginning members or participants what they like about 4-H, and they will tell you about their club, their new friends, new experiences, and fun activities.

Well-planned meetings allow youth to. club members and their adult leaders the basic steps in conducting a club business meeting. Equipped with this easy to use script, and following basic orientation for the club as a whole, most youth officers become quite adept in conducting a business meeting in just a few sessions.

Cass County 4-H requires all 4-H members to attend a minimum of six (6) club meetings prior to the fair in order to exhibit in the 4-H events at the Red River Valley Fair. Any new members who join during the year should attend at least sixty (60%) percent of the available meetings in order to be eligible to exhibit in the 4-H events held at the.

The 4-H Name and Emblem have special protections from Congress, protected by code 18 USC 4-H is the youth development program of our Nation’s Cooperative Extension System and USDA.

is maintained by National 4-H Council as part of our mission as an independent, private-sector partner to the Cooperative Extension System.

To give a treasurer’s report at each meeting. To prepare and present the financial statement at the club’s Annual Meeting. The Club Bank Account. A 4-H club should use the local bank or credit union for business purposes.

This has several advantages, the most important being security against loss of money through carelessness or theft.

Ohio 4-H Clubs Advisors Handbook—Club Management. Ohio State University Extension, 4-H Youth Development, The ABC’s of Planning Your 4-H Club Programs. Pennsylvania State University, The Meeting Will Come to Order.

North Central Regional Extension Publication #, Effective 4-H Club Meetings. Ohio State University, 4-H.

4-H Cloverbud Program has been designed to meet the very special needs of these five to (pages to ) which may be inserted at the back of this book provides basic facts about 4-H clubs for all ages.

If you find that you do not have the inserts mentioned, regular 4-H club member. The determination must be made at the beginning of. Setting goals with your 4-H club Planning a yearly 4-H club calendar Club officers and committees Teaching the 4-H pledge, motto, and symbols Members learn from meetings Possible agenda items for a 4-H club meeting Involving parents with your club Tours, activity days, etc.

Dear Volunteer. What is a 4-H Club. A 4-H Club is an organized group of youth (ages ), guided by an adult, with a planned program that is carried on throughout all or most of the year.

Cloverbud groups/ clubs operate using different methods. Refer to 4-H Cloverbuds: 4-H for Younger Members*. 4-H clubs may meet in any location and typically have elected. UTAH 4-H RECORD BOOK Hand Rank, a 4-H member can then diversify to meet individual interests and needs.

4-H members should not be encouraged or expected to hurry through the ranks, but develop a true Members should memorize and start each club meeting with the 4-H Pledge. I Pledge: My HEAD to clearer thinking.

4‑H programs and resources are available at home or through local in-person and virtual 4‑H clubs, 4‑H camps, in-school and after-school programs.

With the support of adult mentors, youth select from a menu of hands-on project ideas to complete. 4‑H programs are available for kids and teens ages 4‑H Cloverbud programs are. The Club Bank Account A 4-H club should use the local bank or credit union for business purposes.

This has several advantages, the most important being security against loss of money through carelessness or theft. It also helps a club keep an accurate record of its money and teaches members how a bank or credit union can be used.

Many members use the California 4-H uniform hat to display their achievement pins. Please see the guide on the page for placement of pins and badges on the hat. A 4-H uniform hat is NOT required for membership in the California 4-H Youth Development Program or for participation in any 4-H activity, event, or occasion.

Sample 4-H Club Meeting (agenda and script) Calling the meeting to order The meeting of the Highpoint 4-H Club will now come to order. (2 taps of the gavel) Pledges Brandy Nolan will now lead us in the Pledge of Allegiance, the pledge to the Texas flag, and the 4-H motto and pledge.

Please stand. (3 taps) Inspiration Please be seated. Collection of 4-H Work No more than 2 pages Newspaper clippings—written by or about the member.

4-H Flyers or Brochures– designed or created by the member. 4-H Photos– limit of 5 pages Pages are neat, creative, well presented, and all pictures are captioned.

Pictures tell a story of learning, growth, leadership, and citizenship. Describe available 4-H projects to the members (those you’re willing to lead). Ask members to select, or at least begin to think about, projects to be carried by the club. Encourage members to choose or begin to think about a name for the club.

(Refer to Selecting a Name for Your 4-H Club.) C. Devise/approve a basic 4-H club.  Maintain the Calendar of 4-H Club Activities included in this book.  Assist the president during the meeting by restating the motion as it is presented and recorded in the minutes.  Maintain a record of all officers, standing committees and special committees.

 Inform the president if it is necessary for you to be absent.California 4-H Projects “Learn by doing” in an atmosphere where learning is fun is a basic philosophy of 4-H. The project is where learn-by-doing takes place. Within the project, members find things to learn, to do, to make, and to explore.

A 4-H project is: • Planned work in an area of interest to the 4-H member.California 4-H Record Book Revised Introduction Definition of a 4-H Primary Member Primary members are youth between the ages of 5 and 8, enrolled in the 4-H program.

Primary members must be 5 years old by December 31st of the program year and not older than 8 years old by December 31st of the program year.