Bayfield County 4-H Leaders Association

Bayfield County 4-H Leaders Association Meetings

Meetings are usually held at the Eileen Town Hall (formerly the AERC) at 7:00 pm.

2019 Leader Association Meeting Dates & *Host Clubs.

Meeting Date Host Club 
January 21
 February 18 Whittlesey Creek
March 18 Clover Valley
April 15 Ino Valley
May 20 – Fair Packets Distributed  Gitche Gumee
June 17
July 15  Gitche Gumee
September 16 Whispering Pines
October 14 (Exec. Bd)
November 18 Drummond Explorers

* Host clubs provide refreshments & clean-up, and may determine meeting location.

Bayfield County 4-H Leaders Association Grant Opportunity

TYPES OF GRANT APPLICATIONS:

1.  4-H Club or Project Support:

To offset the cost of educational experiences related to 4-H club and/or projects.  Ideas that help promote and retain active interest of 4-H members.

2.  Leadership Development and Community Service:

Submitted by youth member with an idea to organize an event or experience that demonstrates active leadership and positive community development.

Requirements:

Grant applications must be supported and signed by both a certified 4-H leader and 4-H member involved in the club or project activity.

4-H clubs must have been in existence at least 6 months before submitting an application.

Mini grant applications will be considered as they are received and should be submitted to the Bayfield County 4-H office by the application two weeks prior to a scheduled 4-H Leaders Association meeting.  Grant applications will be reviewed and decided upon at the 4-H Leaders meeting following the deadline.

Criteria for Awarding Funds:

  • Application completed and submitted by the deadline.
  • Potential of request to have a positive impact on 4-H members.
  • Potential of retaining 4-H members interested in the program or a 4-H project.
  • How well the application identifies the need for financial support from the club, community or 4-H program/project.

2019 Bayfield-4-H-Grant-Request (pdf,1 pg,10KB)

2019 Bayfield 4-H Grant Request (Word, 1 pg, 88KB)

An EEO/AA employer, University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title VI, Title IX, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act requirements.

Requests for reasonable accommodations for disabilities or limitations should be made prior to the date of the program or activity for which it is needed. Please do so as early as possible prior to the program or activity so that proper arrangements can be made. In certain situations, information related to requests may be shared with staff or units necessary to help coordinate an appropriate accommodation.

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