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County 4-H Council

Marin County 4-H Events & Deadlines

2020-2021 Calendar  

AUGUST, 2020

End of Year Paperwork due

20:  Record Books due to 4-H Office

20:  Financial forms due to 4-H Office

20:  Officer Books due to 4-H Office

20 @ 6pm:  Club Leader Orientation, Virtual

FEBRUARY

15:  Presidents Day

21:  Presentation Day, Virtual

 

SEPTEMBER

3 @ 6:30pm:  County Council Meeting

13 @ 8:00am:  Marin Virtual Horse Show

Record Book Judging

MARCH 

4 @ 6:30pm:  County Council Meeting

18:  Marin County Farm Day, Virtual

TBD:  Area Presentation Day

OCTOBER

1-31:  National 4-H Youth Science Month

4-10:  National 4-H Week

25 @ 4pm:  Achievement Day, Virtual

APRIL 

Camper Registration

4:  Easter

17:  Fashion Revue, Virtual

NOVEMBER

5 @ 6:30pm:  County Council Meeting

 

MAY

6 @ 6:30pm:  County Council Meeting

31:  Memorial Day

DECEMBER

1:  Giving Tuesday

1:  4-H Enrollment and Payments Due

Clubs must meet minimum requirements (5 youth from 3 families and 2 volunteers)

 

JUNE 

1:  Marin Scholarship Applications Due

1:  Ambassador Applications Due

TBD:  West Marin Fair

TBD:  State 4-H Field Day

TBD:  Sonoma- Marin Fair

TBD:  California Focus Conference

JANUARY, 2021

Camp Adult and Staff Applications

7 @ 6:30pm:  County Council Meeting

18- MLK day

 

JULY

TBD:  Marin County Fair

3-10:  Marin County 4-H Camp

TBD:  Sonoma County Fair

TBD:  State Leadership Conference

The Marin County 4-H Council is organized for the purpose of cooperating with the University of California Cooperative Extension in organizing, promoting and carrying out 4-H youth development work in this county. The specific purposes for which the Marin County 4-H Council is organized shall be to:

  1. Help implement programs and projects based upon the educational framework of the 4-H YDP, and the educational goals and standards as identified by the county and state 4-H YDP staff.
  2. Help ensure that all county 4-H YDP programming is consistent with the Mission, Core Values, and Framework and Program Criteria Checklist.
  3. Build in mechanisms to achieve affirmative action goals and develop a management body whose membership is representative of the diversity of the community.
  4. Include involvement of members in county council operations and decision-making.
  5. Set limitations on term length and succession of adult volunteers to distribute more service opportunities.
  6. Raise and account for all 4-H YDP funds in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and UC ANR policies and procedures as set forth in chapter 9: Financial Management.
  7. Develop mechanisms to recommend solutions to problems and disputes within the county 4-H YDP. See Complaint-Council Complaint Review Board Procedure.
  8. Facilitate mechanisms for providing training and support of adult volunteers and youth.
  9. Facilitate community involvement to contribute to program focus and direction.

All Marin County 4-H adult volunteers who are appointed by the county director shall be active members of the Marin County 4-H Council. Senior 4-H members (9th grade – 12th grade) shall be eligible to be active members of the 4-H Council. 

Marin 4-H Council Constitution 2009  | Marin 4-H Council By Laws 2010