Club Manager Resources

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Being a club manager is a very rewarding experience, it is our desire to provide you with as many resources as possible to help you be a success. Check out the following publications for information on making your club the best it can be.

If you need to send in a club check for enrollment for your members please make the check payable to:

Texas 4-H  Development Foundation
Mail to:
Tarrant County 4-H
PO Box 1540
Fort Worth, Texas 76101

 

FAMILY INSTRUCTION RESOURCES

New Volunteer Application & Returning Volunteer Application

New Youth & Returning Youth

Resetting Passwords

Payment: Credit Card – Add/Delete/Edit Address

Registration For Events

Contact County Extension Office

Video: Create A Family Profile

CLUB MANAGER/LEADER RESOURCES

Club Ed-an online site with resources for club managers
http://texas4-h.tamu.edu/volunteer_clubed/

Club Charter Form (Mandatory)
15_16_TX4HCharterGuidelines

Charter Checklist
Charter Checklist

Fundraiser Approval Form
Fundraiser Approval Form

Annual Review of Support Group Fund
Annual Review of Support Group Fund

4-H Club Officers & Club Managers
Club Officers List

4-H Club Financial Status Form
Financial Status Report

Club Budget
Club Budget

Club Manager Report Form
Club Manager Report

Combination Attendance Report
Combination Attendance Report

About Recordbooks

Why is it important you keep a record of your 4-H activities? Because, by recording your activities you can remember all the fun you’ve had so far, and set future goals! Keeping records of 4-H projects could help you when you apply for college scholarships too! 4-H Recordbooks are books you make to record your annual projects. The “At a Glance Guide” will help you organize your Recordbook.

Finished Recordbooks can be submitted to Texas 4-H, who judge the submitted Recordbooks. Find out more in the“Family Guide To Recordbooks”  and Recordbook Categories.

Specific Categories

Depending on your age group you will fall into the Junior, Intermediate, or Senior category for the Recordbooks. As you progress to the next age group, you will keep your previous year’s report forms and keep adding new ones each year.

Junior
For grades 3-5.
This group focuses on 1 main project for the current 4-H year.

Intermediate
For 6-8 grade.
This age group focuses on 1 main project for the current 4-H year.

Senior
For grades 9-12.
This age group can do a max of 4 projects for the current 4-H year.

Resources for Students and Parents

4-H Publications

http://texas4-h.tamu.edu/publications

Texas 4-H Clover
Texas 4-H Clover

Animal Project Form
Livestock Project Form

Officer Installation Ceremony

install4-hmem

Officer Training Ideas
officertraining

President Handbook
1President

1st Vice President Handbook
2FirstVicePresident

2nd Vice President Handbook
3SecondVicePresident

3rd Vice President Handbook
4ThirdVicePresident

Secretary Handbook
5Secretary

Treasurer Handbook
6Treasurer

Reporter Handbook
7Reporter

Parliamentarian Handbook
8Parliamentarian

Council Delegate Handbook
9CouncilDelegate

Health Officer Handbook
health_handbook

Recreation Ideas
health_officer_rec_activities

Health Program Ideas
suggested_health_programs

Club Committees Handbook
11ClubCommittees

Forms for Officers
12Forms

Parliamentary Procedure Activities
Gaveling_Your_Way_to_Better_Meetings

Parliamentary Procedure Power Point
Parlpropow

Project Management Guide
projectclubguide

School Club Management Guide
schoolmgtguide

Volunteer Opportunities
4-hvolopp

Effective 4-H Meetings
Effective4-hmtg

Parent Involvement

parentinvol

Organizing your 4-H Project Group
organiz4-hproj

Planning your Project Meeting
planprojmtg1

Teaching Techniques
teachtech

4-H Activities
4-hactivities

Planning your annual 4-H year
planann4-hprog

 

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