4-H leaders, parents and members in Albany County are encouraged to attend the monthly meetings of the 4-H Council, held the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm, at the Extension Office meeting room. Meetings are not held in June, August or December. Each community club has two votes in 4-H Council decisions.
The objective of the 4-H Council is to strengthen and unify the work of Albany County 4-H Clubs and to develop initiative and progressive thinking among the club leaders and members in order for them to be better qualified to direct the development of character and leadership in our rural and urban young people through 4-H work.
4-H Council Officers
- Vice President
- Public Relations Chair
4-H Council Committees and Committee Chair Persons
- Fund Raising
- Jr. Leaders Club
Mary Louise Wood
- Record Book
Constitution and Bylaws – The Constitution and Bylaws were just reviewed and several changes were made. Please be sure your club is aware of the new guidelines.