Tehama County 4-H Leader's Council
What is Leader's Council
Have you ever wondered how the countywide events are decided on, created and run? Tehama County Leader's Council meets monthly to discuss, plan and evaluate county programs, budget and events. Council meetings are open for all 4-H leaders, members & parents. This is a great time to express your thoughts on any countywide program and event.
All 4-H Certified (Active) Volunteer Adult Leaders and 4-H member's (14 years and older) are voting members and are invited to attend monthly council meetings. Teens are especially encouraged to attend and express your thoughts about 4-H events and activities!
Election of Council Officers are held at the June Leaders Council meeting. All 4-H Certified Volunteer Adult Leaders are invited to hold an office. Teen 4-H members may even hold some offices.
Leaders Council Dates:
Leader’s Council meets September through June on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 6:30 PM (except December). The meetings are held at Tehama County Department of Education, 1135 Lincoln Street in Red Bluff.
2020-2021 Council Officers
|Vice President||Anne Junge|
|County Director||Josh Davy|
|4-H Youth Development Advisor||Nate Caeton|
|4-H Program Educator||Erin Paradis|
Agendas and Minutes
Meetings are held at the Tehama County Dept. of Ed, 1135 Lincoln Street in Red Bluff
Reminder: Minutes can be corrected; if you feel you have an older version, please contact the 4-H Office
February 2021 - Minutes
January 2021 - Minutes
December 2020 Council Minutes.docx
November 2020 Minutes
October 2020 Council Minutes.docx
June 2020 Minutes
May 2020 Minutes
April 2020 Minutes
March 2020 - Minutes
February 2020 - Minutes
January 2020 - Minutes
November 2019 council min (corrected)
October 2019 council min (corrected)
Oct 2019 Minutes
September 2019 Minutes