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2020/20201Ford County 4-H Council Officers

  • President Candace Fry, Wright Wonder Workers 4-H Club
  • Vice-President Alexa Gerdes, Lucky Clovers 4-H Club
  • Secretary Cole Bertelsen, Lucky Clovers 4-H Club
  • Treasurer Kyle Ruehle, DIY Jrs. 4-H Club

 

What is the Ford County 4-H Council?

The Ford County 4-H Council is made up of youth and adult representatives from each 4-H club within Ford County. This group plans many of the 4-H activities and events which take place at the county level. While participating, 4-H youth are able to learn a variety of leadership skills by serving on various committees and service projects, such as 4-H Achievement Awards Program events and Dodge City Days activities.

The Ford County 4-H Council is not a policy setting body, nor does it approve or set the focus of the Ford County Extension 4-H Youth Development programming. 

 

What are the Responsibilities of a 4-H Council Representative?

  • Know the 4-H Club and the club members you represent.
  • Attend all 4-H Council meetings.
  • Represent the opinion of your entire/majority 4-H Club.
  • Report back to your 4-H Club of 4-H Council Meeting discussions and decisions.
  • Work on 4-H Council activities and projects.
  • If unable to attend, please find an appropriate substitute to attend 4-H Council meetings.

 

When are Ford County 4-H Council Meetings Held?

Ford County 4-H Council meetings are held the 4th Monday of every other month* at the Ford County Fair Building (901 W. Park Street, Dodge City). 4-H Community Leaders meet at 6:30 p.m., while the 4-H Council meets at 7:00 p.m. Ford County 4-H Council meets during the months of:

  • January
  • March
  • May
  • July
  • September
  • November

* Schedule is subject to change location or date, whereby members will be notified by e-mail or during previous meeting of schedule changes.