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A Guide for 4-H Club Officers


388-274 (4H-966P)

Authors as Published

Erika Bonnett, 4-H Youth Development Specialist, Virginia Cooperative Extension; Kaci Daniel, Senior Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Development. Virginia Cooperative Extension; Glenda Snyder, Senior Extension Agent Emerita, 4-H Youth Development. Virginia Cooperative Extension

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Being elected an officer of your 4-H Club is indeed an honor. Serving as an officer gives you valuable experience which you will use all your life. Much of the responsibility for the success of your club depends on you as an officer. The purpose of this booklet is to help you to know what your duties are and how to perform them well.


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Publication Date

October 19, 2022