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4-H clover Deadline: Hennepin County Club Charters

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Add to Calendar 2021-10-31 08:00:00 2021-10-31 17:00:00 Deadline: Hennepin County Club Charters All Clubs, those that manage and do not manage finances, have the privilege of identifying themselves as a 4-H Club. Annual renewals are important to ensure that funds raised by the club members are used to meet the club goals set by 4-H Club members. The renewal includes financial assessment and a call for leadership amongst adult volunteers and youth.  Club Charter (managing funds) Club Charter (not managing funds) Financial Documents for Charter  Charter Submission  Charters are due by October 31st. Charters can be submitted in the following ways:  Mail: Hennepin County 4-H Extension Office Attn: Katherine Nguyen 479 Prairie Center Dr, Eden Prairie, MN 55433 Scan & Email to Katherine Nguyen at nguy1518@umn.edu  Drop off Option: Call to make arrangements to drop off charter paperwork at the Hennepin County 4-H Extension Office. 479 Prairie Center Dr, Eden Prairie, MN 55433 Monday - Friday 10-4:30 PM to Askia Luminae   What does it mean to be chartered?  Your club has the privilege of identifying itself as a 4-H club or group by using the 4-H club name and emblem. You agree to provide a positive youth development environment that upholds the dignity and educational purposes of the 4-H program. Your club and/or its members will be able to be a voting member of the County 4-H Council or Federation  Screened volunteers of the club are covered by the University of Minnesota Liability Insurance. Your club will have the privilege of using the 4-H name and the 4-H clover symbol. Your club will have the right to raise and collect funds in the name of 4-H with the approval of 4-H staff. America/Chicago public

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MN

Contact

Katherine Nguyen, University of Minnesota 4-H Extension Educator, nguy1518@umn.edu or 612-596-2115

All Clubs, those that manage and do not manage finances, have the privilege of identifying themselves as a 4-H Club. Annual renewals are important to ensure that funds raised by the club members are used to meet the club goals set by 4-H Club members. The renewal includes financial assessment and a call for leadership amongst adult volunteers and youth. 

Club Charter (managing funds)
Club Charter (not managing funds)

Financial Documents for Charter 

Charter Submission 

Charters are due by October 31st. Charters can be submitted in the following ways: 

Mail:
Hennepin County 4-H Extension Office
Attn: Katherine Nguyen
479 Prairie Center Dr, Eden Prairie, MN 55433

Scan & Email to Katherine Nguyen at nguy1518@umn.edu 

Drop off Option: Call to make arrangements to drop off charter paperwork at the Hennepin County 4-H Extension Office.

479 Prairie Center Dr, Eden Prairie, MN 55433
Monday - Friday 10-4:30 PM to Askia Luminae  

What does it mean to be chartered? 

  • Your club has the privilege of identifying itself as a 4-H club or group by using the 4-H club name and emblem.
  • You agree to provide a positive youth development environment that upholds the dignity and educational purposes of the 4-H program.
  • Your club and/or its members will be able to be a voting member of the County 4-H Council or Federation 
  • Screened volunteers of the club are covered by the University of Minnesota Liability Insurance.
  • Your club will have the privilege of using the 4-H name and the 4-H clover symbol.
  • Your club will have the right to raise and collect funds in the name of 4-H with the approval of 4-H staff.

Audience

  • 4-H Volunteers 

Cost

Free

 

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