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New and Updated Staff and Volunteer Documents as of April 13

By Sue Pleskac
4-H Youth Development Specialist
Published: 4/13/12

Here is the current list of 4-H Youth Development documents, teaching tools and websites that have been updated for congruence with the updated Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development Policies/financial policies.


Documents that have been updated and reposted:

·         Considering Expenditures of Over $500, Capital Equipment and Gifts (includes what has been referred to as the capital equipment decision tree):   Located on Risk Management Website:

·         4-H Club, Group or Committee Audit Checklist:   Located on Money Matters website of 4-H Community Club Central.

·         Committee Bylaws and Guidelines:   AND  Types of Committees:  Both documents are located on 4-H Community Club Central  4-H Committees Web Page:

·         Sample Constitution and Bylaws for 4-H Clubs and Groups:  located on Club Basics of 4-H Community Club Central:

·         Exit Report Outline:  Located on the bottom of the page of On The Job Resources/Professional Tools


Website Updates

o    Money Matters on 4-H Community Club Central:   Please note that there may be a few more document updates and additions coming to this page.

4-H Money Matters Fact Sheets: The 4-H Money Matters Fact Sheets covers a variety of facts, tools and links to additional information with the goal of helping volunteers ensure that 4-H money is safe and accountable.   These docs are located on the Money Matters webpage of 4-H Community Club Central.  Thank you to the colleagues and volunteers who provided ideas and edits to make this series for volunteers and staff possible.

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