Fifteen elected members, including nine adults and six youth, 4-H Council represents the interests of youth, parents and leaders.
"4-H is a community of young people across America learning leadership, citizenship and life skills".
About the Lancaster County 4-H Council
Lancaster County 4-H Council represents the interests of youth, parents, and leaders. 4-H Council is responsible for determining long- and short-term goals and policy for Lancaster County 4-H. They also raise funds by operating a food booth at the Lancaster County Fair. These funds help support 4-H programs, activities, and scholarships. Here is this year’s 4-H Council:
2014 4-H Council Members:
- Karol Swotek (President)
- Kylee Plager (Vice-President)
- Shar Sieck (Treasurer)
- Sheridan Swotek (Secretary)
Alicia Graybill, Bailee Gunnerson, Brandy Gunnerson, Austin Hurt, Ann Pickrel, Jacob Pickrel, Cathy Plager, Kari Price, Jenny Schnase and Max Wanser