4-H Teen Council
4-H leadership organization for youth in grades 7–12.
"4-H is a community of young people across America learning leadership, citizenship and life skills".
About 4-H Teen Council
The Lancaster County 4-H Teen Council is a leadership organization for youth in grades 7-12. Members are involved in several leadership activities such as organizing the annual 4th & 5th Grade Lock-In and the Ice Cream Social at the Lancaster County Fair. Teens also participate in community service projects.
2012-2013 Officers are: Sadie Hammond (President), Jacob Pickrel (Vice President), Christian Brandt (Secretary), Sheridan Swotek (Treasurer), and Nate Becker (Historian).
Meetings are held the second Sunday of each month at 3 p.m. at the Lancaster Extension Education Center. New members are always welcome! For more information or to join, contact Tracy (Kulm) Anderson.
4-H Teen Council Activities & Community Service
The Lancaster County 4-H Teen Council met on Sunday, Sept. 11 and participated in a community service project, Cranestorm. The Brain Injury Association of Nebraska is launching a project called “Cranestorm -- Wishes in Flight.” The goal of this project is to fold and collect 36,000 origami cranes, one for every Nebraskan living with a disability due to brain injury. In Japanese culture the crane symbolizes honor, loyalty, and world peace. Cranes will be collected from 9/11 through 11/11 (Veteran’s Day). They will be displayed in the state capital during Brain Injury Awareness Week, March 4-10. To learn more about participating in this community service project, visit http://biane.org/
Contact InformationUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln in Lancaster County
Web site: lancaster.unl.edu
444 Cherrycreek Road, Suite A, Lincoln, NE 68528