What is the 4-H Leaders Council?

The purpose of the 4-H Leaders Council is to cooperate with the County Cooperative Extension Staff, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Kentucky State University, and the United States Department of Agriculture, in planning, promoting, developing, implementing, executing, evaluating and financing your local 4-H Program, designed to meet the needs, interests and resources of all youth in the county without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, disability or national origin.

The official name for the leaders council is “McCracken County 4-H Leaders Council, Inc.“, and it was officially established on March 28, 1977, serving your local 4-H ever since.

The council consists of at least 12 volunteer members, but is not supposed to be comprised out of more than 30 members. The council membership consists of local 4-H volunteer leaders (both men and women), teens, business and professional leaders in the county, school administration officials, government officials, representatives from civic organizations, and representatives from all socio-economic groups, races, and geographic areas of the country without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, disability or national origin.

Council Officers

Linda Heflin

Nicky Clark

Robyn West

Marcel Prestel (since 12/2014)

Council Materials

Council Legal

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Leaders Council - By-Laws
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Leaders Council - Articles

    Council Minutes

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    Council Minutes 2015-10-22
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    Council Minutes 2015-08-13
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    Council Minutes 2015-01-28