Malheur County 4-H Leaders' Council Records,
.15 cubic feet (2 volumes & 2 folders)
Scope and Content Note
Organized into 3 series: I. Constitution and By-Laws; II. Meeting
Minutes; and III. Memos and Correspondence.
Minutes of bi-monthly meetings (1938-1966) include discussions
of social events, county and state fairs, and scholarships to
be awarded. A few clippings of notable 4-H events in the area
are also included. Memos and correspondence date from 1936-1937
and include meeting annoucements and discussion of financial matters.
The constitution and by-laws probably date from the organization's
founding in 1935.
The Malheur County 4-H Leaders' Council was formed in 1935 to
further 4-H club work in Malheur County and to promote greater
enthusiasm and better understanding through cooperation and interchange
of ideas among its members. All present and past 4-H leaders and
other friends of 4-H were eligible to become members. The County
School Superintendent, County Club Agent, State Club Leader, and
County Agricultural Agent were considered ex-officio members.
Extension Service Records (RG
111); Four-H Photographic Collection (P 146); MC - Four-H.
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