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:


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


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.