Officer Resources

Congratulations on being an officer in your 4-H club! You deserve a lot of credit for taking on the responsibility of keeping your club organized and moving it forward. Below are links to some publications and tools that you will find very helpful. Click on the ones that interest you, print them out, and continue playing an active role in your club. Good luck!

Club Officer Handbooks

Please make sure you are utilizing these up to date versions.

There are also short Officer Training Video Clips prepared by OSU Collegiate 4-H Members available on the Club Officer Resources page of the State 4-H Office.

President

Handbook

Additional Resources

Vice President

Handbook

Additional Resources

Secretary

Handbook

Additional Resources

Treasurer

Handbook

Additional Resources

News Reporter

Handbook

Additional Resources

Health Officer

Handbook

Safety Officer

Handbook

Recreation Leader

Handbook

Additional Resources

Historian

Handbook

Additional Resources

Community Service Officer

Handbook


Flag Bearer

Showing Respect for American & 4-H Flags

 

Officer Awards

These Club Officers are encouraged to submit their Officer Books to the Extension Office in September of each year. We will review the books and present awards to the Outstanding and Honorable Mention Officers in each category. Please review the Evaluation Information and Score Sheets (above) to make sure you are familiar with the criteria that will be judged in each Officer Book.

  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Historian 

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2015 Ohio 4-H Family Guide
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Pickaway County 2014 Heart H and Service Awards
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