4-H Adult Leaders Association

The 4-H Adult Leaders Association represents all registered adult volunteers in Fond du Lac County 4-H, and provides financial support for youth programming and leader development.  Currently, there are nearly 350 registered adult volunteers that support the 4-H program by volunteering as a project, club, activity or county leader.

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Full Leader Meetings

Full leader meetings are open to all adult and youth 4-H leaders.  Meetings are held at Extension Fond du Lac County in room AE-205/206.


Thur.,November 3, 2022

Sun., August 21, 2022

Wed., April 6, 2022

Sun., August 22, 2021

Sat., March 13, 2021

Wed., November 18, 2020

Sat., April 25, 2020

Tues, Oct. 22, 2019

 Wed, August 21, 2019 

Sat, April 6, 2019 

Tues, October 23, 2018

Wed, August 22, 2018

Saturday, April 7, 2018

Tues, October 24, 2017

Wed, August 23, 2017

Saturday, April 8, 2017

Purpose of Leader Meetings

  • provide professional development opportunities for leaders
  • report on 4-H activities, opportunities & events
  • present new ideas for the future of the 4-H program
  • provide a platform for raising questions or bringing forth issues
  • offer an opportunity to socialize and network with fellow leaders

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Executive Board

The 4-H Leaders Association executive board members serve as the “contact person” for each of the six 4-H districts in Fond du Lac County representing clubs, youth, and adult volunteers at the executive board meetings.

Upcoming Meetings
Meeting dates and times are selected at the end of each board meeting.

Executive Board Meeting Minutes

Annual Budget

2021-2022 Budget
2020-2021 Budget
2019-2020 Budget
2018-2019 Budget
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Standing Committees

Adult leaders work in partnership with 4-H members to have 4-H events, activities, and fundraisers.  Consider serving on one of the following committees to make a difference in the countywide 4-H efforts:

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 Project Committees

Leader Recognition

4-H would not be sustainable without the dedication from volunteers in the community.  Their time and compassion are truly appreciated.

Annual Leader Awards

Annual awards are presented to volunteers at the annual 4-H Leader Banquet held each November.  Please consider nominating a volunteer as a way to recognize them for the work they have done.  Nominate a volunteer today!

 4-H Leader Banquet

Leader Banquet Committee Description

Who:    All 4-H leaders, volunteers, members, and their families are invited to attend.
Why:    The banquet is a time for everyone to come together and celebrate, reflect, and recognize those who have given so much to the 4-H program.

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Leadership & Training Opportunities

Whether you are looking to enhance your skills in your personal or professional life, the 4-H organization will provide you with volunteer opportunities!

Required Leader Trainings

Volunteer Orientation – Upon deciding to become a registered 4-H volunteer, each volunteer needs to complete a Leader Training Orientation.
Annual Club Leadership Training – Annually, each club must send at least one leader (adult or youth) to a Club Leadership Training. Clubs and groups may send as many individuals as are interested to the workshops. The training date will be listed in 4-H newsletters and letters to club leaders.

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