Stokes County Council Officer Guidelines

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Stokes County Council Officer Guidelines


Attend County events and County Council Meetings
Preside over the meeting
Assist 4-H Leaders and club officers in their duties

Vice President
Attend County events and County Council Meetings
Preside over meetings in absence of the president
Assist in meeting arrangements
Serve as program committee chairman

Attend County events and County Council Meetings
Keep account of membership record
Keep minutes of meetings
Notify members of meetings
Receive and report club communications
Keep accurate record of income and disbursements of funds

Attend County events and County Council Meetings
Publicize club activities
Take pictures and publicize
Use social media to showcase events
Complete county scrapbook pages

Candidates must:
-be enrolled and actively participating in a 4-H club or as an independent member.
-be nominated by completing a Nomination Form.
-be 13-18 years of age as of January 1st of the service year to play the role as a Senior Officer.
-be 9-12 years of age as of January 1st of the service year to play the role as a Junior Officer.
-NOT have served in the same role in the past.

Achievement Night
MC event
Handout awards

County Council Meetings
Run Meetings
Plan program

County Council Programming
Officer Induction and Training
Community Service Events
County wide events

Other duties as needed

**Most times, arrive at events 1 hour early to help setup or attend other planning meetings.**

The Benefits:
-Over $200 towards state trip costs
-Each officer is eligible to attend Winterfest, Teen Retreat and State Council Conference at a lower cost.
-Leadership training for little or no cost
-County Recognition
-Public Speaking
-Parliamentary Procedure Training
-Greater exposure to 4-H on state and district level.
-Increased participation to include in projects, competitions and awards.
-Looks great on a resume and a reference letter

For more information contact Taylor J. Furr, Assistant Extension Agent 4-H & Youth Development at 336-593-8179 or

Written By

Amy McKenzie, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionAmy McKenzieCounty Extension Administrative Assistant Call Amy Email Amy N.C. Cooperative Extension, Stokes County Center
Updated on May 22, 2018
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