Example is Leadership ~Albert Schweitzer

The first Teen Leadership Council meeting was held on September 5, 2012 at 6:00pm in the agriculture building auditorium.  There were six teens in attendance.  The meeting started off with everyone making their own name tent to show their creativity and to describe a little more about themselves through their artwork.  Following that activity was the American and 4-H Pledge.   After a fun and exciting ice breaker game, teens were asked what did they think 4-H was.  Everyone had really great responses as to what 4-H was all about!  They were informed as to what a teen council is all about and the future goals for the council.  Everyone was given a short survey to rank their top 3 choices as to what they wanted to learn more about in the upcoming meetings.  The choices were:

  • Public Speaking
  • Leadership
  • Workforce Readiness
  • Parliamentary Procedure
  • Experiential Learning
  • Flag Etiquette
  • Community Service

Following the survey, the rest of the 2012 meeting dates were set as follows:

  • October 10
  • November 14
  • No meeting in December

The meeting dates for 2013 will be set shortly!

We also discussed National 4-H Week (October 7-13) and the hay bale decorating contest at the NC State Fair!  Several council members plan on working on both projects!

Concluding the meeting, everyone played two more team-building games and the following photos were taken from those activities!

Please check out of the flyer for more information on how to join the Pender County 4-H Teen Leadership Council!  Leadership and supervision for this council is provided by 4-H Agent, Lauren Langley.

Teen Leadership Council Flyer

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