Community Leader's Page
Look here for items being reviewed by Leaders Council and for forms you may need as a Community Leader. Forms mailed to Community Leaders can be downloaded below. If you notice any missing forms you would like to see online, let us know and we will add them.
New: Slide presentation for Club Financial Reporting is now available on the Treasurer page: Click Here
4-H Community Leader Forms
- 18-19 Insurance Program fees
- 18-19 Club Assessments
- 18-19 Office Supplies & Mailings Fee Form
- 18-19 Club Information Form
- 18-19 Club Officer List (FILLABLE)
- Star Rank Card 4 on 1 page
- Window Display Registration
- Sample Window Display Score Card
- Incentive Order Form Due in November
- End of Year Checklist Due before August Date Agreed by Council
- Club Budget Form 8.3
- Peer Review and Review Checklist
- 4-H Outreach Methods Documentation(All Reasonable Efforts Form)
- Fundraiser Approval Form --Fundraiser Form 8.7
- Club Program Planning Guide
- Steps to Success
2017-18 Leader Council Meeting Refreshment Schedule:
If your club is listed, please plan to bring some sort of refreshments for 30-35 people along with any special utensils (plates, forks, napkins, etc.) Council provides hot beverages for the meetings.
January 2018 -- None
February 2018 -- Community Cultivators and Newman
March 2018 -- Shiloh and Shooting Stars
April 2018 -- Empire and Orange Blossom
May 2018 -- Chatom and Vernalis
October 2018 -- Turlock Hoof-n-Horns and Turlock Eagles
November 2018 -- Mt View and Westport
4-H Record Book
- CA 4-H Record Book Manual
- Record Book Forms
- Resume Template
- Annual Project Report (APR)
- Leadership Development Report
- Personal Development Form
For Primary Members:
We now have forms for Primary Members to start learning the skill of Record Management.
Note: Primary Members are not required to complete reports forms to receive their annual stripe and pin.
Clover Safe Notes (click for website)are one page summaries of relevant safety information about specific topics. These notes continue to be developed as additional requests for training on specific topics are needed. Clover Safe notes are purposefully designed for their intended audience of 4-H staff, volunteers and members. Accordingly, Clover Safe notes incorporate a picture or drawing and information about topic-related injuries or illness to provoke the reader's interest followed by a succinct, bulleted or numbered, discussion of precautions to prevent topic-related injuries or illness. They are also concisely written to emphasize the primary safety issues related to the topic and restricted to one page to maintain the reader's attention. Finally, Clover Safe notes are intended to be used while connected to the web site or may be downloaded, printed, and handed out at 4-H activities and project meetings.
4-H Safety Manual (click for website)Many 4-H programs, projects, and events incorporate activities that inherently have various risks for injuries or disease exposures to both 4-H YDP volunteers and members. Information given in this manual has been developed for use by 4-H volunteers and members and is intended to provide initial guidance for implementing practices and procedures to reduce the risk of sustaining injuries or illnesses while participating in 4-H sponsored programs, projects, and events.
The Hartford Insurance company covers our members and leaders for accidents and sickness during 4-H activities. All claims are reviewed and approved by the 4-H Office before sending them in to The Hartford. Click here for Claim Form