2018-2019 4-H Council
Comprised of adult and youth volunteers, 4-H Council represents the interests of youth, parents and leaders.

About the Lancaster County 4-H Council

Lancaster County 4-H Council, comprised of adult and youth volunteers, is responsible for determining long- and short-term goals and policy for Lancaster County 4-H. Council also raises funds by operating a food booth at the Lancaster County Super Fair. These funds help support 4-H programs, activities and scholarships. Extension Educator Tracy Anderson is the staff liaison. Here is this year’s 4-H Council.

Lancaster County 4-H Council Application for New Members

2018-2019 4-H Council Members:

Officers:

  • Jodi Freeman (President and ex officio Extension Board representative)
  • Ellie Babcock (Vice-President)
  • Cathy Babcock (Treasurer)
  • Madi Hall (Secretary)

Members:

Heather Doxon, Mary Ann Gabel, Nathan Gabel, Brandy Gunnerson, Sara Hansen, Abigail Kreifels, Madelyn Kreifels, Brenda Nepper, Katie Nepper, Sheri Ramirez, Sydney Schnase, Mitch Sump and David Swotek.


4-H Year in Review!

2018 4-H Achievement Celebration Results

In 2017, Lancaster County 4-H engaged 35,946 youth through clubs, school enrichment and after-school programs. 1,946 adults volunteered. Lancaster County, 4-H is a cooperative effort between University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension and the Lancaster County government.

Responsive. Innovative. Trusted.