County 4-H Youth Council

Cass County 4-H Youth Council

Cass County 4-H Youth Council is a group of 4-H members in grades 9-12 that serve as ambassadors for the county 4-H program, and provide leadership to county-wide activities. They plan activities and conduct community service projects while learning leadership, citizenship and communications skills.


A new 4-H Youth Council is installed every November at County Convention, and serves a one-year term. Youth must apply each year and go through an interview process to be selected. Youth may serve more than one term on Youth Council if they remain in good standing. Applications re-open every September for new members to join Youth Council. Watch your 4-H Newsletter or contact the office for details if you want to join!


Pictured below is our current Cass County 4-H Youth Council:


Cass County Youth Council 2022-23


2022-23 Cass County Youth Council members, from left to right, Back Row: Parker Brock, Elizabeth Anderson, Rio Johnson, Brock Henderson, Keira Olson, and Lily Johnson. Front Row: Claire Pellett, Trista Swain, Olivia Olson, Miraylie Stuart, and Maddy Anderson.

Iowa 4-H has a State Youth Council, and many counties have a County Youth Council. Youth council members serve in youth leadership roles as ambassadors for the 4-H program.