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.
Fayette County 4-H Council Membership
Fayette County 4-H Council membership is open to all club volunteers, parents of currently enrolled 4-H members and community partners interested in positive youth development. Please contact the Extension Office if you are interested in serving on the 4-H Council.
President: Nikole Christensen
Vice President: Justin Blackburn
Treasurer: Patrick Robinson
Secretary: Mary Johns