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Club Officers

4-H club officers are elected annually in accordance with the club's constitution and bylaws.  Under the guidance of the 4-H community club leader and/or the officer's advisor, officers are responsible for a particular part of the 4-H club's function.  Generally, 4-H clubs have a president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and sergeant at arms.  However, 4-H units may have additional officers according to their constitution and bylaws. Other activities and events may be planned by a committee. 

Together, the 4-H club officer team is responsible for the administration of the 4-H club and its programs. Club officers plan and carry out community club meetings. This process engages officers by encouraging them to learn experientially. The officer advisor serves as a facilitator, counselor, resource provider, and coach to the officers.


Club Officer Training 2023-2024

Glenn County 4-H Club Officer Training Boot Camp Flyer 2023


Club Officer Resources

4-H Officer's Manual

4-H Club Program Planning Guide 

Choose Health- Healthy Living Officer Guide

4-H Treasurer's Manual

State Required Year-End Financial Forms from the Treasurer's Book: 

Form 6.2 - Annual Inventory Report

Form 6.3 Annual Financial Report

Form 8.4 - 4-H Club Budget 

Form 8.5 - Year-End Club Peer Review

Form 8.6 - Year-End Club Peer Review Checklist

Form 8.7 - Fundraising Approvals Part A and B


Additional Information for the Treasurer:  

  1. Checks cannot be made out to “Cash.” The University will not accept this.
  2. A person may not be a signor on a check made out to themselves or a family member.
  3. Two family members may not sign a check.
  4. Memo line must be filled in completely ie: “project supplies” or “scholarship.”   Incorrect, a person’s name or “4-H.” This is too vague. The memo needs to describe the purchase.