Nokesville 4-H Club

 

This page was last updated
 Sunday, December 10, 2017


 
 
   
OFFICER INFORMATION
Officers 2017-2018 (inducted Nov. 2017)
President - Matthew Arnold
Vice President - Emily Lerch
Secretary: Jackie Nguyen
Treasurer: Jack O’Leary
Historian: Kayla Roy
Parliamentarian: Jackie Nguyen
Safety & Logistics Officer: JD Vaikasas
Sergeant-at-Arms: Andy Nguyen
Recreation Leaders: Eric Kotlowski and Jack O’Leary
Song Leader: Keisha Roy
Reporter: Carly O’Leary
Health Officer: Ryan Nguyen
Corresponding Secretary: Icess Hawkins
PWC Association Liaison: Emily Lerch, Carly O’Leary, Jack O’Leary

Budget Committee:
Chairman: Jack O’Leary
Members:
Carly O’Leary
Eric Kotlowski
David Kotlowski
Sean Harrigan
Matthew Arnold
Julia Haney
Calah Puryear
Diamond Hawkins

OFFICER INFORMATION
Officers 2017 (inducted Oct. 2016)
President - Julia Haney
Vice President - Calah Puryear
Recording Secretary - Jackie Nguyen
Treasurer - Matthew Arnold
Budget Committee Chair - Matthew Arnold
PWC Council Rep - Emily Lerch & Megan Kolwicz
Corresponding Secretary - Megan Harrigan
Song Leaders - Sean Harrigan
Recreation Leaders - Andy and Ryan Nguyen
Sergeant-at-Arms - J.D. Vaikasas
Safety and Logistics - J.D. Vaikasas
Parliamentarian - Megan Kolwicz
Budget Committee Members - Matthew Arnold, Sean and Megan Harrigan

OFFICER INFORMATION
Officers 2016 (inducted Nov. 2015)
President - Calah Puryear
Vice President - Megan Kolwicz
Recording Secretary - Julia Haney
Corresponding Secretary - Shannon Hutchens
Treasurer - Shannon Hutchens
Health Officer - Jackie and Ryan Nguyen
Reporter - Jess Longhi
Song Leaders -
Recreation Leaders - Matthew Arnold, Andy Nguyen
Sergeant-at-Arms - Elijah Zuspan
Safety and Logistics - JD Vaikaisas
Parliamentarian - Jess Longhi
Historian - David and Eric Kotlowski
PWC Council Rep - Jess Longhi
Budget Committee - Co-Chairs Libby and Megan K., members: Calah, Jess, Julia.


Officers 2015 (inducted Nov. 2014)
President - Libby Arnold
Vice President - Megan Kolwicz
Recording Secretary - Julia Haney
Corresponding Secretary - Megan Harrigan
Treasurer - Rose Landoll
Health Officer - Madison Miller
Reporter - Madison Miller
Song Leaders - Calah Puryear
Recreation Leaders - Julia Haney and Calah Puryear
Sergeant-at-Arms - David Kotlowski
Safety and Logistics - Trae Kohn
Parliamentarian - Rose Landoll
Historian - Shelby Kohn
PWC Council Rep - Megan Harrigan
Character Counts Committee - Julia Haney and Calah Puryear

Officers 2014 (inducted Nov. 2013)
President - Megan Kolwicz
Vice President - Gavin Saul
Recording Secretary - Libby Arnold
Corresponding Secretary - Megan Harrigan
Treasurer - Madison Miller
Health Officer - Gavin Saul
Reporter - Sean Harrigan
Song Leaders - Calah Puryear, Jackie Nguyen
Recreation Leaders - Zak Kerns, Marie Lerch
Sergeant-at-Arms - Trae Kohn
Safety and Logistics - Trae Kohn

Officers 2013 (inducted Nov. 2012)
President - Megan Kolwicz
Vice President - Shelby Kohn
Recording Secretary - Libby Arnold
Corresponding Secretary - Megan Harrigan
Treasurer - Madison Miller
Historian - Tori Pelletier, Libby Arnold
Parliamentarians - Anya Owsenek
Health Officer - Gavin Saul
Reporter(s) - Megan Harrigan
Song Leaders - Calah Puryear, Jackie Nguyen
Recreation Leaders - Matthew Arnold, Katie Guber
Sergeant-at-Arms - Trae Kohn
Safety and Logistics - Trae Kohn

Officers 2012 (inducted Nov. 2011)
President: Marie
Vice President: Tara
Secretary (Recording): Calah
Secretary (Corresponding): Tori
Treasurer: Jackie
Reporter: Ivy & Julia
Historian: Ivy & Julia
Recreation: Autumn
Parliamentarian: Evan
Sergeant At Arms: Trae
Safety & Logistics: Anya
Health Officer: Suzanne
Song Leader: Libby & Shelby

Officers 2011 (inducted Nov. 10)
President: Marie
Vice President: Libby
Secretary (Recording): Jonah
Secretary (Corresponding): Sarah H.
Treasurer: Anya O.
Reporter: Ivy S., Sarah L.
Historian: Libby A., Ivy S.
Recreation: Charlene P. & T.J. S.
Parliamentarian: Jacob M.
Sergeant At Arms: Matthew A., Ben M.
Safety & Logistics: Jacob M.
Health Officer: Anya
Song Leader: Tess S.

Officers 2010 (inducted Nov. 09)
President - Marie L.
Vice President - Anya O.
Recording Secretary- Jackie N. (read minutes of mtg)
Corresponding Secretary - Kayla F.
Treasurer- Evan N.
Historian- Jessie L., Julia B.
Parliamentarian- Paige K.
Health Officer- Ivan L.
Reporter- Libby A.
Song Leaders- Ivy S., Nora F.
Recreation Leader- Sarah L.
Sergeant at Arms - Tommy B.
Safety and Logistics- Jonah L.


Officers 2009 (inducted Oct. 08)
President - Libby A.
V. president - Marie L.
Secretaries - Ashley D., Ali D.
Treasurer - James Y.
Historians - Anya O., Jacob Y, Jessie L.
Reporters - Christian, Jordyn
Recreation - Lance K., Jonah L., Julia B.
Safety & Logistics - Evan N., Madison T.
Health Officers - Adam K.
Music & Song Leader - Ivan L.

Officers 2008 (inducted Nov. 07)
President: Paige K.
Vice President: Stephanie D.
Secretaries: Lance K. and C.
Treasurers: Madison T. and James Y.
Reporter: Anya O.
Historians: Kayla F., Jacob Y., and Jonah L.
Recreation: Libby A. and Evan N.
Song Leader: Lindsey G.
Safety & Logistics Chairperson: David D.

2007 (inducted Dec. 06)
President - David D.
Vice President- Samantha R.
Secretary - Whitney H.
Treasurer - Shelby Y.
Reporter- Evan N.
Reporter-Anya O.
Song Leader -Stephanie D.
Asst. Song Leader and Historian-Libby A.
Historian-Kayla F.
Historian-Jacob Y.
Recreational Leader-Carl M.

 

* If you did not participate in officer training and want to be an active officer you must arrange with Sandy Arnold for a special training.

Juniors & Seniors (age 9 and up) are invited to campaign for your office of choice at the Oct. and Nov. meetings. Elections are held at the Nov. monthly meeting.

Requirements to be an Officer:
- must be age 9 and older
- must have been enrolled in 4-H for one full year
- must complete an officer application (see form below)
- must go to officer training (with the exception of those that have been for a total of two years)
- must be committed to coming to all general club monthly meeting
- must respond to the President in a timely manner before the meeting about your officer report and plan

Offices are one year terms.

Click on APPLICATION BELOW TO BE AN OFFICER - EMAIL FORM TO SANDY ARNOLD AT 4arnolds@gmail.com


 

For a great website with more precise information on Officer Positions go to:
http://www.ohio4h.org/4-h-youth/club-members/officer-resources


Office Positions (with brief descriptions) to be elected in Nov. are:

President - conducts the meetings (sits at head table at meeting). Plans the agenda ahead of time with the organizational leader and contacts all officers about their duties. Coordinates and appoints an officer to attend the PWC 4-H Association Meeting if they cannot make it or if a PWC Council Rep is not elected. See calendar for schedule dates through the year.

Vice President - presides when President is absent and coordinates the program  (sits at head table at meeting). May need to attend the PWC 4-H Association Meeting as appointed by the President if a PWC Council Rep is not elected or able to attend. See calendar for schedule dates through the year.

Secretary - takes minutes of the meeting, keeps a secretary book, and reads back the minutes of every meeting (sits at head table at meeting). Submits minutes for posting on the website. Writes a year end club summary for the annual Recognition Night usually held in October. May ask Co-Secretary to assist with this. May need to attend the PWC 4-H Association Meeting as appointed by the President if a PWC Council Rep is not elected or able to attend. See calendar for schedule dates through the year.

Co-Secretary - assists secretary and assumes duties if Secretary is not present (sits at head table at meeting). May need to co-write the year end annual club summary for Recognition Night with the Secretary. May need to attend the PWC 4-H Association Meeting as appointed by the President if a PWC Council Rep is not elected or able to attend. See calendar for schedule dates through the year.

Treasurer - reads the Treasurer's report and coordinates meeting time with the club adult Treasurer to formalize the report (sits at head table at meeting)
Historians (2-3) - coordinates with members and logs in a scrapbook photos and brief reports of club activities. May choose to make a year end slideshow. Collects / coordinates photos for the County office for Recognition Night.
Reporters (2) - submits reports to media and the county 4-H office news about our club - ideally at least once a month for the newsletter and at the end of the year (early Sept.) a summary paragraph is needed for the Recognition Night booklet.
Recreation (2) - organizes and leads a game for every meeting
Safety & Logistics (2) - sees that the meeting runs orderly & safely
Sergeant-at-Arms (2) to help maintain order at meetings.
Health Officer - suggest healthy habits at every meeting
Song Leaders (2) - organizes and leads a song at every meeting
Parliamentarian - sees that the meeting is conducted in proper order to Robert's Rules of Order and that votes are conducted in the proper fashion and that a quorum is present.

The club will also elect a PWC 4-H Council Representative, who will have the obligation of attending their bi-monthly meetings and plan, write and read a report summary about the club happenings at those meetings.

Read more about Junior Officers and the jobs in more description at:
http://advisorshandbook.ohio4h.org/clubmanagement/files/4-H%20Officer%20and%20Duties.pdf
or search online for various officer descriptions. More specific info will be given at the Officer Training.

So get excited because now its time to talk about YOU! Here are some campaign ideas:

- Make your own poster
- Bring stickers or labels with your info on it
- Bring give-aways with your info on it
- Get creative - dress the part!

One might answer these questions:
- What can you do for your club?
- Will you / have you been an active 4-Her
- Why you are best suited for the position


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