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Kanabec County 4-H Leader's Council

The Kanabec County 4-H Leader's Council is the governing body of the county 4-H program.  Council delegates help plan, conduct and evaluate local programming.  They also assist in planning, supporting and managing the county 4-H budget.  

The Leader's Council meets 6 times each year at the Kanabec County Courthouse, on the 4th Monday of the month in October, February, March, June and September.  The 6th meeting is held at the 4-H Foodstand on the Kanabec County Fairground on the second Monday following the completion of the Kanabec County Fair.  All enrolled members and volunteers may make motions and vote when in attendance at a meeting.  Each club is asked to have a minimum of 1 youth & 1 adult representative present at each meeting.

 The Leader's Council is represented by a team of officers elected at the annual meeting.  The officer team includes 4 youth positions (President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Historian) and one adult position (Treasurer)


Laura Krist
County 4-H Program Coordinator
(320) 679-6340
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