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Capitol Corridor, Solano County
University of California
Capitol Corridor, Solano County

Community Club Leader Resources

Please complete a Club Report to Leaders Council no later than the first day of each month.

Program Fees

Program Fees are used to cover accident/illness insurance for participants, administrative curriculum, enrollment forms, operating costs for statewide committees, program costs for statewide advisors, and program salary support.

2016 - 2017 Forms

MS Excel Form

Adobe PDF Form

The 4-H Club Program Planning Guide has been designed to assist you in completing the requirements for maintaining your 4-H club's charter and permission to use the 4-H name and emblem.

4-H Club Program Planning Guide 6-2016 PDF

2016 - 2017

Use these forms to update your club's club profile, club changes, club agreement, or annual inventory reports.

MS Word Forms

Adobe PDF Forms

MS Excel Forms

Refer to the Responsibilities of Project Leaders as you complete the Project Leader Agreement. The Project Leader Agreement is a tool to help project leaders get organized, and to encourage them to think about what they plan to accomplish in the project.

Outreach Documentation describes the efforts your club has made to recruit new members from your community.

Find out about available resources in the 4-H Audio Visual Resource Directory. These slides, videos, DVDs, and CDs are available for check-out from the Cooperative Extension office. A deposit is required but will be refunded upon the timely return of the items.

Miscellaneous forms

Miscellaneous Manuals

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