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 Extension Council Agenda

December 2014 Agenda

Extension Council meeting minutes

January 2013                          July 2013                                    December 2013                             June 2014

March 2013                             August 15, 2013                        January 2014                                  July 2014

April 2013                                August 22, 2013                        February 2014                                August 2014

May 1, 2013                            September 2013                       March 2014                                      September 2014

May 16, 2013                          October 2013                             April 2014                                        October 2014

June 2013                               November 2013                        May 2014


The Lucas County Extension Council, county staff and ISU Extension and Outreach staff work together to provide research-based learning opportunities for our citizens. Through this partnership, we carry Iowa State University’s land-grant mission across Lucas County.

Our 2011 Points of Pride tells how we act on that commitment.

Lucas County programs are fulfilling that commitment:

We can anticipate trends, build relationships, and catalyze opportunities because we are part of the ongoing life of our communities, committed to healthy people, healthy environments, and healthy economies.

4-H is big in Lucas County

Lucas County has 12 active local 4-H clubs. The community provides support to help keep our program running. 4-H is one of the strongest youth organizations operating in Lucas County. Call the Extension Office to find out more about Clover Sprouts and 4-H.

Get to know your 4-H and Youth Committee

Brian Beaty--
Brian has been involved in 4-H showing livestock from elementary through high school . After high school Brian continued to be involved with helping his sister and brother-in-law with their projects. Now his own children, Macey and Mikenzy , (and soon Blayne) are in 4-H and he and his wife, Felicia, continue to be very interested in the future of 4-H in Lucas County.

Jayne Miller--
Jayne is a 6-12 At Risk teacher in the Chariton School district. Jayne is always helping students become positive leaders for the future and a tireless volunteer for the Lucas County 4-H program. Jayne is married and lives on a farm with her husband Jeff. They have 3 children.

Jennifer Snook-Hall--
Jennifer is no stranger to the Lucas County 4-H program. In the past Jennifer was the Lucas County Youth Coordinator and then an ISUEO Youth program specialist. She has experience with positive youth development and works to develop youth and adult partnerships. Jennifer volunteers for several community organizations in Lucas County.

Susan Seuferer--
Susan is a former eight year Lucas County 4-H member. She was a Lucas County 4-H leader for 15 years. Currently she is a business teacher at the Chariton High School and very interested in helping guide youth to become successful in their future.

Dave Van Ryswyk--
Dave is an Extension Council representative to the committee and a 4-H father.

Roger Hiem--
Roger is an Extension Council representative to the committee and a 4H father.

Jodi Briggs--
Jodi has been involved in 4-H during her youth, with showing cattle and held many offices in her club.  She has never left the
4-H scene as she helped her brother with his show cattle.  Jodi and her husband Brian live in Lucas Couty and have 2 children.  Jodi how has her son Connor in Clover Sprouts and he loves to show the calves, soon her daughter Chloe will be joining.

Scott Johnson--
Scott is a 4-H father.


Madison Briggs--
Madison is a Youth Council representative on the committee.

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