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4-H Meeting Resources





Meetings give people a chance to think and act together, and plan and do things together. Working on all your 4-H projects alone or planning or holding a party by yourself wouldn’t be very much fun. You need other club or group members thinking and acting together to really get things done. 

A typical meeting outline looks like this:

  • Call to order – President
  • Pledge of allegiance & 4-H pledge
  • Roll Call – Secretary
  • Introduction of visitors – President
  • Minutes of previous meeting read and approved – Secretary
  • Treasurer’s report
  • Reports of officers and leaders – list reports to be presented
  • Committee reports – Used to streamline business meetings and keep members involved
  • Old Business (taken from minutes of previous meeting – business acted upon through motions, seconds and voting)
  • New Business
  • Announcements – Announce the place, date and program topic for the next meeting
  • Adjournment of business meeting
  • Education (study lesson, talk, demonstration)
  • Project discussion
  • Recreation (games, etc.)

4-H Meeting Wheel

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