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Leader Resources

Quick References:

Club Activities Leaders Council
Engaging Volunteers Club Chartering

 Useful Links:

> Steps to Becoming a 4-H Leader

Engaging Volunteers

Engaging Parents

Recognizing Volunteers

Club Activities

Parliamentary Procedure

> 4-H Jeopardy (Too big for the website, Email Nicolette (nahrens@bouldercounty.org for a copy)

> Motion Potion – 4-H Skit

Team and Character Building

> Snap Cups

Annual Club Chartering

CHARTERING INSTRUCTIONS

CHARTERING APPLICATION DIRECTIONS

FORMS:

> BYLAWS: State Version (#2 Constitution and Bylaws)

> FINANCIAL: State Version (#3 4-H Club Financial Report)

> NO BANK ACCOUNT: Sample Letter(#3a Sample No Bank Account Letter)

> BANK STATEMENT: Sample (#3b. Sample Bank Statement)

> ANNUAL REVIEW: State Version (#4 Annual Review: 4-H Club Group Funds)

> INVENTORY: PDF –OR– EXCEL

> BUDGET: State Version (#5 Budget)

> ANNUAL PLAN: PDF –OR– WORD –OR– State Version (#6 Annual Plan)

> AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: State Version (#7 Affirmative Action)

> LEADER INTENT: PDF –OR– WORD

CLUB DISSOLUTION DOCUMENTS

> FINANCIAL: #3 4-H Club Financial Report

> BANK STATEMENT: #3b. Sample Bank Statement)

> SAMPLE CLOSING BANK STATEMENT

> SAMPLE LETTER OF CLUB DISSOLUTION

Leaders Council

The Boulder County 4-H Leaders Council serves to support and mentor leaders and families in the county 4-H program. It is made up of all Boulder County 4-H Leaders and grants voting rights to leaders who have attended (or been officially excused) the last two prior meetings.

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