4-H Junior Leaders
The Junior Leader project allows 4-H members in grades 7-12 the opportunity to provide their Adult 4-H Volunteers with additional assistance in their 4-H Clubs and related activities. Jr. Leaders also serve as mentors and role models to the younger 4-H members by sharing their experiences with them.
To become a Junior Leader, youth must be in grade 7 and up and enrolled in 4-H.
Junior Leaders are involved in a variety of service projects that benefit the community.
MEETING LOCATION, DATES, & TIMES
Junior Leaders hold Club Meetings that range from activities such as educational etiquette dinners to fun bowling parties!
Monthly meeting are held at Purdue Extension- Lawrence County Office at 6pm unless noted otherwise.
TOPIC OF DISCUSSION
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BELOW YOU CAN FIND THE JUNIOR LEADERS POINT SHEET TO TRACK COMPLETION ALONG WITH MANY OTHER HELPFUL INFORMATION.
JUNIOR LEADER OFFICERS
President: Nora Howat
Vice-President: Kaia Atkinson-Leaneagh
Secretary: Emma Gabhart
Treasurer: Irie Atkinson-Leaneagh
4-H Council Reps: Nora Howat & Reagan Walls
Fair Board Reps: Reagan Walls & Hunter Roodschild
Health & Safety: TBD
Sunshine Chairs: TBD
Adviser: Lesley Lodmell