4-H Board of Directors

The 4-H Board of Directors manages the business and affairs of the Lincoln County 4-H Leaders’ Association, Inc.   Board members make a commitment to the county leaders and 4-H families to serve as a liaison, and act on their behalf in decision making policies. They usually meet once a month and assist in planning and making decisions for carrying out the 4-H program.  The number of Directors shall consist of no less than seven (7) and no more than eleven (11) directors.  The Board of Directors shall include youth directors who are in 8th grade or older in the number not less than two and a maximum equal to the number of adult directors serving at that time.    Adult directors serve for two year terms and youth directors serve for one year terms.

4-H Board of Directors Position Description

4-H Board of Directors Officer Position Descriptions

Visit the Lincoln County 4-H Leaders’ Association page for more information.

The 4-H Board of Directors is accountable to the 4-H Youth Development educators/staff and are required to seek their advice when acting in the role of a 4-H volunteer leader.  The document below provides additional information about this relationship.

Educational Role of Educators/Staff with County 4-H Leader Organizations, Committees and Groups

Thank you for your commitment to making the 4-H experience possible for so many youth in Lincoln County.  We have tried to include resources on this page to help adult volunteers who are providing leadership with the resources they need.  If you have additional items you would like to see posted here or that you need, please contact the 4-H Youth Development Staff at 715-539-1072.

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