What is 4-H in Franklin County? Record Keeping Resources Fair Exhibits Questions Record Form Photography Exhibit Label Iowa 4-H Record Keeping Forms Iowa 4-H Projects 4-H Member Resource Publications 4-H Club Financial Management Guidelines and Agreements Financial Management Policy & Talking PointsCounty Expectations VS. Club ExpectationsIowa 4-H Financial Guidelines for ClubsPartnership Agreement Form Forms and Worksheets Checking Account Transaction RegisterVoucher Request Form and back page "how to's"Deposit Slip and back page "how to'sFundraising Request FormClub Budget Template Club Account Inventory Worksheet Help Sheets Frequently Asked Questions4-H Revenue Handling Best Practices for Clubs"So You're the Club Treasurer"Appropriate Use of Funds 4-H County Council Information Responsibilities Responsibilities as County Council members: To be active in your club. To be a positive role model. To provide leadership at county events and activities. To help make 4-H fun for other members. To promote 4-H to others. To respect others. To get along with other council members and work together. To help younger 4-H’ers To be on time and do your job. Responsibilities to your local club: To attend and participate at club meetings and events. To be a good leader and fulfill responsibilities of being an officer or a member. To represent your club’s views when necessary. To help younger members and prepare them for leadership roles. To help club leaders. To help make 4-H fun for other members. To support your club. To be positive and not negative towards younger 4-H’ers. Expectations of 4-H County Council members: To show responsibility. To have good attitudes. To be a positive role model. To treat others and be treated with respect. To participate in all meetings and activities. To learn new skills. To have fun!