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Amador County 4-H Management Organization

The purpose of the Amador County 4-H Management Board is assist the University of California Cooperative Extension in planning, promoting and carrying out 4-H youth development work, by operating in compliance with UC policies and the Mission, Core Values, and Framework of the 4-H YDP.

Board members are included in the decision-making for program operations and the County Council raises funds to support 4-H at the county level.

Furthermore the Management Board develops mechanisms to recommend solutions to problems and disputes within the county 4-H YDP and facilitates mechanisms for providing training and support of adult volunteers and youth.

 

Management Board

The management side of our county structure develops and monitors financial resources; works to increase our visibility in the community; handles recognition of youth, volunteers and supporters; and measures and shares our program’s impact.

The following volunteer positions make up the Management Board.

Board Chairs Adult Barry Clark Youth Marcella Hernandez
Board Secretaries Adult Tonya Castorena Youth Emma Franklin
Financial Management Directors Adult Robyn Verbridge Youth (open position)
Mediation Directors Adult Toni Linde Youth Dylan Farrar
Incentives and Recognition Directors Adult Julia Burns Youth (open position)
Resource Development Directors Adult Amy Champ Youth (open position)
Visibility and Outreach Directors Adult (open position) Youth (open position)
Applications: Adult Youth

 

Management Board Meetings

4th Thursday of the month in October, February, April, and June at 6 p.m.

11220 B Airport Road, Jackson, Ca 95642

Map to office click here

 

UPDATED: Constitution & Bylaws

The Amador County 4-H Club Council Bylaws and Constitution:

Amador Constitution FINAL DRAFT  

Amador Bylaws FINAL DRAFT

 

Management Board Calendar
Event Name Date

Amador County 4-H Meritorious Servince Award

The Amador County 4-H Meritorious Service Award is given each year to one individual and one business that has demonstrate commendable service to the Amador County 4-H Youth Development Program throughout the year.

2017 Amador County 4-H Meritorious Service Award Recipients:

Individual
Jill Curran

Businesses/Organizations
Ione Good Ole Guys & Gals