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.
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||Danielle Dentone|
|Board Secretaries||Adult||Tonya Castorena||Youth||(open position)|
|Financial Management Directors||Adult||Robyn Verbridge||Youth||Mickendra Piatnik|
|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)|
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
Management Board Calendar
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:
Ione Good Ole Guys & Gals