Livingston County

Council and Foundation

4-H Council

4-H Council Officers

  • President: Caroline Warren
  • Vice President: Braden Constant
  • Secretary: Caitlin Murphy
  • Treasurer: Tristin Johnson
  • Reporter: Azie Murphy
  • Junior Council Representative: Maggie Horton
  • County Youth Liaison: Julia Stimpson
  • Adult Advisors: Debby Peel and Jennifer Horton

Meeting dates: 3rd Thursday of January, April, June, September and November

Committees:

  • March — May — Contest Day — Springhill
  • May — Scholarship — Hale Happy Hustlers, Hale Clover Kids
  • Concession Stand 1st year — Busy Bees
  • Concession Stand 2nd year — Wheeling
  • July — Achievement — Rich Hill
  • September — Nominating — Show Me, Power Clovers
  • October — Recognition Program & Fall Activities — Dawn and Independents
  • November — Audit — Double H

4-H Foundation

Mission Statement: To ensure that all youth of Livingston County have the opportunity to obtain knowledge, skills and character traits through 4-H by forever funding a full-time 4-H Youth Professional.

Your gift will be placed in a secure investment and the proceeds will be used to enhance and expand the LOCAL 4-H PROGRAM OF LIVINGSTON COUNTY

We need 4-H. The 4-H Foundation needs your help. For more information call Mike Sensenich at (816) 591-6137.

4-H Foundation Trustees: Mike Sensenich, Dale Whiteside, Diane Kerns, Kay Green, Suzi Beck and John Meneely, Extension Council Chairman, 4-H Council President, 4-H Youth Specialist.