Secretary's Record Book for Florida 4-H Clubs

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Material Information

Title:
Secretary's Record Book for Florida 4-H Clubs
Physical Description:
Fact sheet
Creator:
Jordan, Joy
Publisher:
University of Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences, EDIS
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date:

Notes

Acquisition:
Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Melanie Mercer.
Publication Status:
Published
General Note:
November 2009.
General Note:
"4H GCR 01"

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida Institutional Repository
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved by the submitter.
System ID:
IR00003680:00001


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A Resource for the 4-H Club Secretary Name of 4-H Club: ________________________________________ County: _______________ __________ Club Year: 20___ to 20___ Leaders Name: ________ ___________________________________ Secretarys Name: ___ _____________________________________ County Extension Agent: _______________ ____________________

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Table of Contents

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Duties of the 4-H Club Secretary Sample Meeting Agenda or Order of Business

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Club Information Sheet President: Vice President: Secretary: Treasurer: Reporter: Historian: Club Leaders: Project Leaders: County Extension Agent: Committees Name: Chairman: Members: Name: Chairman: Members:

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4-H Membership Roster Name Address Phone Number Date of Birth Grade in School Years in 4-H

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Name Address Phone Number Date of Birth Grade in School Years in 4-H

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4-H Club Goal Setting

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Standards of Excellence for 4-H Clubs and Groups Club Performance Standards (Ex: recruit 4 new members; 75% of members will attend camp; all members will choose one county learning activity to attend) (Ex: health & fitness; environmental science; pet care; community service; intercultural understanding OR Club is represented in the community, by serving on a committee, council or board with adult partners) (Ex: planning and bringing snacks; leading the pledges; calling club members for a group meeting or assignment; presenting a demonstration; organizing a tour; introducing a speaker; leading recreation; teaching others) (Ex: identify meeting dates, locations, educational programs; special projects; social events; county or district events) (Ex: meetings; club tours; recognition event) (Ex: participating in a community parade; radio interviews during National 4-H Week; project displays in business windows; or doing website development for County Extension office)

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(Ex: newsletters; e-mails; calling tree; group activity that includes families) (Ex: project showcase; skating party; tours; recognition event) (Ex: county project workshops; district events; state fair; interstate exchange programs) (Ex: doing multi-club community service; several clubs managing a community or county event; conducting a multiclub learning or social event) (Ex: county educational workshops; district events; state fair) (If club does not reflect the diversity of the community, then successful efforts to contact minority citizens in person, by mail, and through mass media may be used) Club Performance Standards (continued) 12-13 Checked of 20 questions = BRONZE Clover Club Award 14-15 Checked of 20 questions = SILVER Clover Club Award 16-17 Checked of 20 questions = GOLD Clover Club Award 18-20 Checked of 20 questions = EMERALD Clover Club Award

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Annual 4-H Club Program & Activity Plan Month Program Activities

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Meeting Plan Form Month Inspiration Pledges Introduce Program Program

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Membership Roll Name Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug.

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Meeting Minutes

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Meeting Minutes

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Meeting Minutes

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Meeting Minutes

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Meeting Minutes

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Meeting Minutes

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Meeting Minutes

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Meeting Minutes

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Meeting Minutes

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Meeting Minutes

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Meeting Minutes

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Meeting Minutes

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Meeting Minutes

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Secretarys Monthly Report Sample 4-H Meeting or Activity Report Card

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Secretarys Annual Report

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Name of Speaker Subject Project Number Enrolled Number Completed Project Number Enrolled Number Completed

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Our Clubs Achievements County: District:

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Our Clubs Achievements State: National:

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Suggested 4-H Club Constitution Article IName Article IIPurpose Article IIIMembership Article IVMeetings Article VOfficers Article VIDuties of Officers 30

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The 4-H Pledge The HEAD represents: 1.Thinking, planning and reasoning. 2.Gaining new and valuable knowledge. 3.Understanding the whys. The HEART represents: 1.Being concerned about the welfare of others. 2.Accepting the responsibilities of citizenship. 3.Determining the values and attitudes by which to live. 4.Learning how to live and work with others. 5.Developing positive attitudes. The HANDS represent: 1.Learning new skills. 2.Improving skills already known. 3.Being useful, helpful, and skillful. 4.Developing respect for work and pride in accomplishment. The HEALTH represents: 1.Practicing healthful living. 2.Enjoying life. 3.Using leisure time wisely. 4.Protecting the well being of self and others. HEAD Heart Hands Health I pledge my Head to clearer thinking my Heart to greater loyalty my Hands to larger service and my Health to better living for my club my community my country and my world. 1. This document is 4H GCR 01(DLN 4H012), one of a series of the Florida 4-H Youth Development, Florida Cooperative Extension S ervice, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Univer sity of Florida. 2009. Please visit the 4-H Website at http://florida4H.org . his information was revised by Joy Jordan, 4-H Youth Development Specialist, Bryan Terry, 4-H Volunteer Specialist, Dale Pr acht, Community Based Organizational Systems in 4-H Youth Development, Department of Family Youth and Community Sciences Judy Butterfield, Regional Specialized Agent, and Victoria Hygema, Nassau Coun ty, 2008-09 State 4-H Council Secretary Florid a 4-H Youth Development, IFAS, Universit y of Florida. The 4-H Pledge, first adopted in 1927, summarizes 4-H as the four-fold development of youth through the Head, Heart, Hands and Health. Post a pledge banner at your meeting site. At the end of the first meeting, give everyone a card with the 4-H pledge to take home.