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4-H Grows Here

4-H Emblem

The 4-H emblem is a four-leaf clover with the letter "H" on each leaf. The letters stand for head, heart, hands and health.


Clover

4-H Pledge

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.


pledge

4-H Motto

"To Make the Best Better"

 

peopleholdinghands

4-H Slogan

"Learn By Doing"


People doing

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4-H Council Minutes

The McIntosh County 4-H Council is comprised of volunteers who are interested in youth development.  The purpose of the council is to cooperate and assist the NDSU Extension Service and county extension staff in planning, promoting, developing, implementing, executing and evaluating a 4-H youth development program to meet the needs of the youth in the county.  

Anyone who is interested in youth development in the county is welcome to attend the meetings--new ideas and different viewpoints are always appreciated!  For more information, please call the Extension office at 701-288-5180.

Click on the below links to access the council minutes.

2018 January Meeting - Council Minutes

2017 November Meeting- Council Minutes

2017 September Meeting- Council Minutes

2016 November Meeting - Council Minutes

2016 August Meeting - Council Minutes

2015 September Meeting - Council Minutes 

2014 November Meeting - Council Minutes

2014 May Meeting - Council Minutes

2013 October Meeting - Council Minutes

2013 March Meeting - Council Minutes

2012 October Meeting - Council Minutes

2012 September Meeting - Council Minutes

2012 February Meeting - Council Minutes

October 23, 2011 - Constitution & By-Laws of the McIntosh County 4-H Council and Executive Committee

2011 September Meeting - Council Minutes

2011 June Meeting  - Council Minutes

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