4-H Club-of-the-Month Results

Charles Hebert, Bergeron, Leah, Phillips, Cassandra, Dupuis, Victoria  |  12/7/2017 3:09:45 PM

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Judging for the Lafayette Parish 4-H Club-of-the-Month is conducted at each monthly club meeting from November through March of each year. If a club officer has misplaced his or her officer report form, it can be found on the Contest Rules & Forms page listed under the month of October.  Here are a few items we will be looking for at club meetings throughout the school year:

  • The secretary's minutes should be written and read as minutes. Do not use the notes taken at the meeting on the information sheet.

  • Community resource development, treasurer, and reporter reports should be given, using the forms handed out earlier. A report should be at least one paragraph long.

  • The program leaders should have a project report, guest speaker, skit or play, or a demonstration to earn the full points in this part of the meeting.

  • A member, not an officer, should make motions and second the motions.

  • Listen carefully to what the president is saying. If he/she asked, "Are there any corrections to the minutes?" Don't make a motion! Wait until asked.

All clubs that received Club-of-the-Month received 100 points on the scorecard for an outstanding job with the meeting. The remaining club received between a score of 75-99 points. This means that they may have been missing a report, old or new business, etc.

Good luck to each of you and your club. We hope that you are all working hard to make your club the best that it can be.



It is the policy of the LSU AgCenter, Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service that no person shall be subjected to discrimination on the grounds of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age or disability. If you have a disability which requires special assistance for your participation in any aforementioned activity, please contact the Lafayette 4-H office at (337)291-7090.

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