Lincoln County CES - 4-H Program
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account. Shar will be updating events and information on the
New State 4-H Club Changes
- All 4-H clubs must be comprised of at least five members
from two different families.
- All 4-H clubs are required to complete a secretary's
book each year and submit to the Extension Office a copy of
all meeting minutes that include financial notations
concerning money spent
- If any clubs are doing fundraisers or have cash flow,
they are required to submit a treasurer�s book to account
for how the money was spent.
- A yearly inventory list will need to be submitted to the
Extension Office by each club leader.
- All 4-H Clubs that have a checking or savings account
must contact the Extension Office to get an EIN number.
- All 4-H Clubs must submit a 4-H Club Charter form to the
Extension Office each year (Starting October 1 through
November). New Clubs will submit the Charter form as they
are organized. The form will be included in the folder each
leader is given yearly.
- All 4-H Clubs will have a yearly evaluation. This
evaluation is to help the clubs function properly which help
4-H members gain the full potential of the program.
- 4-H members must complete the State 4-H Record Book
Portfolio that is available online to receive the
silver/gold achievement level.
If you have any questions about these changes, please contact
Shar Perry at the Afton Extension Office, 885-3132 or Jesica Lozier
at the Kemmerer Extension Office, 828-4092./p>
Project Meeting Requirement
Wyoming State 4-H Guidelines:
All members must attend five (5) meetings during the year.
Members should attend at least two (2) meetings in each of
their project areas. This is to help promote the education in
each project. The rest may come from community club meeting