4-H Leader’s Association & Parent & Volunteer Resources

All 4-H Leaders are welcome to attend the association’s meetings. They are held the second Monday of each month (except December). The meetings are held at the Crawford County Highway Department Conference Room in Seneca beginning at 7:30 p.m.

2019-2020 Crawford County Leaders’ Association Agendas & Minutes:

May 2020 Leaders Association agenda and April minutes

April 2020 Leaders Association agenda and March minutes

March 2020 Leaders Association agenda and February Minutes

January 2020 Agenda, November 2019 Minutes

November 2019 Agenda, October 2019 Minutes

September 9, 2019 Leaders Agenda, August 2019 Minutes

October 8, 2018 Agenda, September 2018 Minutes

Amended Constitution 2-10-20

4-H Leaders Association Constitution (pdf)

4-H is always looking for volunteers, learn more about becoming a 4-H Volunteer today! 

Adult volunteers are essential to the 4-H program. Volunteers put 4-H’s researched-based, learn-by-doing model in action. They help youth learn and practice skills such as problem solving, decision making, and communicating -skills crucial for their success in school, careers, and communities.

Volunteers contribute their time in a variety of ways – sharing a specific skill as a project leader (photography, dairy, livestock, shooting sports, and cake decorating) or chaperoning at summer camp.

Steps to becoming an Adult Volunteer in Crawford County:

4-H is proud of being proactive, youth-serving organization with an excellent reputation for providing a healthy and safe environment for its members. In order to be recognized as an active 4-H volunteer you need to complete the following steps:

  • Volunteer Application Form (register in 4-H Online) which includes signed Volunteer Behavior Expectation Form and Assumption of Risk.
  • Online Mandatory Reporter Training for volunteers
  • UW-Madison Extension Volunteer in Preparation (VIP) Training
  • Successful Background Check, (this is through UW-Madison)

VIP training are generally held in Fall of each year or on an as needed basis.

Any questions on becoming a volunteer, contact Amy Mitchell, 4-H Youth Development Educator at amy.mitchell@wisc.edu or call 608-326-0224