The Federation of Taylor County 4-H is the governing board for the Taylor County 4-H Program. It is an organization of leaders, both youth and adult, who promote and support 4-H in our county. They hold meetings most months on the second Monday of each month at the Taylor County Extension Office. All approved 4-H Leaders are a member of this group. Each club can have a representative that serves on the Board of Directors to have a vote in decision making, as well as a three appointed 4-H youth representatives. 4-H parents and youth are also welcome to attend, but do not have voting rights. The Federation has many responsibilities including: making decisions for the county 4-H program, partnering with other organizations, raising funds and managing a budget to support 4-H Youth Development work, promoting and advocating 4-H in the community, providing input for new 4-H youth development opportunities and much more.
To learn how to become a 4-H Leader in Taylor County, visit the How to Become an Adult Leader/Volunteer page.
Federation Meeting Agendas
Policies and Bylaws
State, county, and club 4-H policies are important to ensure safe programming for all 4-H members. All members are expected to follow policies during 4-H activities, those who do not will be subject to a disciplinary hearing.