Jeff Davis Parish 4-H Leadership Advisory Council

Silas Cecil, Meyer, Sandra M., Myers, Kori  |  8/6/2010 7:34:02 PM

 The purpose of the Jeff Davis 4-H Leadership Advisory Council is:

  1. To develop an effective educational program taking into consideration the situation, needs and expressed desires of people, as well as issues to be addressed in this parish.

  2. To give people the opportunity to express felt needs, desires and issues for consideration by extension personnel in designing educational programs.

  3. To provide an opportunity for lay persons to develop their leadership potential.

  4. To provide an educational experience for people who are involved.

  5. To provide public awareness of the value of educational programs.

  6. To assure extension faculty that planned extension programs will meet the priority needs and issues of their clientele.

  7. To provide a systematic procedure for keeping extension educational programs focused on existing and emerging needs and issues.

The term limit for members is three years.


Next Meeting Date:
July 28, 2011
Extension Office, Jennings, La..,12:30 p.m.

4-H Advisory Leadership Council Members 

Name

Affiliation
Stacey Naquin  Assistant District Attorney
Lee Robinson Parish Sheriff DARE Coordinator
Mancy Mallett Counselor, Welsh High School
Leah Moore College Student
Kim Briscoe Organizational Leader
Ernest Maggrore Boy Scout Leader
Mona Miller High School Principal
Sandy Meyer Jr. Leader & Project Club Leader
Courtney Priola College Student
Janet Estes Organizational Leader
Jerry Hartwell Organizational Leader
Tina McVicker President Parish Foundation Board & Volunteer Leader
Alice Arceneaux Volunteer Leader
Joel Guinn Jr. Leader Club Officer
Rosie Guinn 4-H Club Member
Carolyn Fontenot Head Start 
Carolyn Simon Head Start Director
Angie Gary Office of Family Services
Suzanne Doucet Principal, Ward Elementary School

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