Jul 18, 2019 | View All Issues
Members of the 4-H Program,
Attached is the most current local information on the budget cuts affecting our 4-H program that was shared in April, 2019. The outgoing Council officers held an emergency meeting and have discussed this proposed option of increasing enrollment fees for one year to cover the expected shortfall and avoid a staff furlough.
This proposed plan, will be discussed prior to the July 23rd Leader’s Council meeting
Please plan on attending this guided discussion starting at 6pm in the large conference room.
Based upon that discussion, a vote will be taken during the regular portion of the meeting to move forward with an enrollment increase due to the budget cuts of staff funding by the University of California Agricultural and Natural resources.
The attached information includes the following communication:
The Leaders Council notification letter click here
The Community Committee letter with proposed short term solution click here
The letter from Glenda Humiston, Vice President, Agriculture and Natural Resources Click here
The Community Committee’s letter to the Council requesting an emergency meeting. (This went to all club leaders.)
Both the Town Hall meeting at 6pm and the regular Council meeting at 7pm are open to enrolled members, adult volunteers and parents/guardians.