The captain of the 4-H leadership team. This person is responsible for the organization and maintenance of the club, communications with the Extension office, and coordinating the leadership team in planning, conducting and evaluating the 4-H club.
A member of the 4-H group leadership team who works with a group of 4-H members interested in a specific subject matter area. This person guides the 4-H member in setting project goals and conducting "Learning by Doing" experiences that help them reach their goals.
A member of the 4-H club leadership team who is responsible for organizing the club's social and educational activities.
A member of the 4-H club leadership team who is an experienced 4-H member with knowledge and skills to share with the 4-H club members. A teen leader may serve in any of the club leadership team roles.
A member of the club leadership team who serves the 4-H club at the invitation of one of the above leadership team members. This person may provide knowledge, skills or services in specific projects or activities. He or she may provide services such as transportation, refreshments, meeting, facilities, etc.
The Dixie National Sale of Junior Champions began in 1969 as a conversation between two Mississippi State University livestock specialists dedicated to building better youth through livestock programs.
Ray Henderson’s love for the outdoors began in his youth with learning by doing in 4-H Forestry. He won the State 4-H Congress competition, went to nationals, and placed fifth. After he aged out of the youth development program, he pursued a career with the U.S. Forest Service, and he volunteered in the 1990s as a coach for a few 4-H Forestry teams in Wayne and Greene Counties.
Since he was featured in the first issue of Extension Matters magazine in 2015, Nic Carter has continued his involvement in 4-H, breeding show pigs and attending the Dixie National Sale of Junior Champions when he can.
Cleaning Up Our Coast
About 2,400 community volunteers came together October 22 for the Mississippi Coastal Cleanup to tidy their beaches and coastal waterways.
4-H volunteer invests in community kids
When Rose Coffey-Graham first began teaching children, she was just 7 years old and pressed into service by local families who needed someone to watch their kids while they picked cotton. Her teaching materials?
“I had a big tree to sit under and some cardboard, and I acted as if I was the adult,” she remembers.
Noxubee County volunteers make a difference through service
Everybody who knows Landis and Katherine Mickens, who’ve lived in Noxubee County all their lives, knows they care about service. The Mickens’s ties to their Macon neighbors are strong and run deep, just like their 38-year marriage.