Committees

4-H meetings are open for anyone to attend and have his/her voice heard. 4-H members, leaders, and parents are strongly encouraged to attend meetings to be involved planning and decision-making in Washtenaw 4-H.

 

All meetings take place in the MSUE lower level classroom unless otherwise specified.

4-H Advisory Council

4-H Service Club

4-H Project Committees

4-H Horse Association

4-H Livestock & Dairy Committee

4-H Junior Livestock Committee

4-H Small Animal Committee

4-H Still Projects Committee

4-H Advisory Council

The 4-H Advisory Council supports, promotes, and enhances the 4-H program by overseeing the 4-H program, serving as an advisory board to 4-H staff, and planning a yearly budget which includes financial support for 4-H members, clubs, and programs. Teens and adult volunteers are elected annually by clubs to represent the 4-H community. Teens serve one-year terms and adults serve two-year terms.

Meetings: 7 PM, 1st Thursday of odd-numbered months (January, March, May, etc.)

Interim 4-H Staff Contact:  Maggie Davidson, 734-222-3936, david205@anr.msu.edu 

Membership

  • President, Judi Gilmore
  • Vice President, Andrew Milkey
  • Treasurer, Rob Czapiewski
  • Secretary, Cindy Fischer

Minutes

4-H Service Club

The 4-H Service Club provides support for the total Washtenaw 4-H Youth Development Program through service activities and fund-raising events.  All former leaders or members and current leaders are invited to become members.  Each year, the most recent 4-H alumni are also encouraged to join this club.  The major activity sponsored by the club is the food booth at the 4-H Youth Show.  Service Club supports leadership development (e.g., teen leader programs, judging teams, etc.).

Annual Meeting: 7 PM, 1st Friday of December

4-H Staff Contact: Maggie Davidson, 734-222-3936, david205@anr.msu.edu 

Officers:
  • President, Else Heller, 734-475-2967
  • Vice President, Ruth Broesamle
  • Secretary, Elaine Masters
  • Treasurer, Sue Weidmayer

4-H Horse Association

The 4-H Horse Association consists of youth 4-H members who are involved in the horse and pony project in Washtenaw 4-H. The youth are supported by a group of adult advisers. The Horse Association elects a board of Youth Officers each year to plan and direct programming. The Association sponsors a number of educational horse-related activities throughout the year. It is mandatory that a representative from each club involved in horse and pony programs attends each meeting.

Meetings: 7 PM, 2nd Tuesday of every month (except December)

Note: the April 2014 meeting will be on April 1 (the 1st Tuesday)

Interim 4-H Staff Contact: Jackelyn Martin, 734-222-3877, marti623@anr.msu.edu

Youth Officers

  • President, Grace Ketzner
  • Vice President, Emily Morris
  • Secretary, Allie Kier
  • Corresponding Secretary, Izzy Shehab
  • Treasurer, Ethan Wagar-Huff
  • Member at Large, Mackenzie O'Connor
  • Member at Large, Kayla Knasiak
Adult Advisers
  • Amy Creteau
  • Marilyn Johnston
  • Kathy Long
  • Connie Maynard
  • Diane Tenerowicz

Minutes

    4-H Livestock & Dairy Committee

    The 4-H Livestock & Dairy Committee is made up of 4-H youth and adult volunteers. The Committee governs the project areas of beef, sheep, swine, and dairy in Washtenaw 4-H. The Committee is responsible for the rules and regulations and coordination of events relating to these project areas. Clubs are encouraged to have at least one representative attend meetings.

    Next Meeting: 7 PM, Wednesday, May 14, 2014

    Interim 4-H Staff Contact: Maggie Davidson, 734-222-3936, david205@anr.msu.edu 

    Youth Officers

    • President, Kayla Holsten
    • Vice President, Erika Drake
    • Treasurer, Cassidy Polzin
    • Secretary, Abbie Walkowe
    Adult Officers
    • President, Terri Cook
    • Vice President, Jessica Hammer
    • Treasurer, Bev Olberg
    • Secretary, Lewis Gilbert

    Minutes

    4-H Junior Livestock Committee

    The 4-H Junior Livestock Committee is open to youth 12-19 years of age and is primarily concerned with the Washtenaw 4-H Youth Show. It involves the youth in decision making, policy setting, following through with education tasks, as well as assisting with all aspect of the Youth Show and surrounding project areas.

    Interim 4-H Staff Contact: Maggie Davidson, 734-222-3936, david205@anr.msu.edu 

    4-H Junior Livestock Adult Advisor: Kathy Grau, 734-649-3333, kgrau3437@aol.com

    4-H Small Animal Committee

    The 4-H Small Animal Committee is made up of 4-H youth and adult volunteers. The Committee governs the project areas of poultry, rabbits, goats, camelids (llamas, alpacas, etc), cavies, dogs, and cats, in Washtenaw 4-H. The Committee is responsible for the rules and regulations and coordination of events relating to these project areas. Clubs are encouraged to have at least one representative attend meetings.

    Next Meeting: 6:30 PM, Monday, March 31, 2014

    Interim 4-H Staff Contact: Maggie Davidson, 734-222-3936, david205@anr.msu.edu 

    Youth Officers

    • President, Emma Young
    • Vice President, Emily Hicks
    • Secretary, Samantha Bellairs
    • Treasurer, Shannon Hicks
    Adult Officers
    • President, Cathie Mason
    • Vice President, Melanie Pitts
    • Secretary, Sheri Bellairs
    • Treasurer, Elaine Bater

    Minutes


    4-H Still Projects Committee

    The 4-H Still Projects Committee is made up of 4-H youth and adult volunteers. The Committee governs all non-animal project areas in Washtenaw 4-H. The Committee is responsible for the rules and regulations and coordination of events relating to these project areas. Clubs are encouraged to have at least one representative attend meetings.

    Meetings: 6:30 PM, 3rd Thursday of odd-numbered months (January, March, May, etc.)

    4-H Staff Contact: Maggie Davidson, 734-222-3936, david205@anr.msu.edu 

    Officers

    • Treasurer, Pam Sarlitto
    • Secretary, Jean Martin

     

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