Resources

  • Incompatible Offices in Planning and Zoning

    Published on February 17, 2021
    This table is a working draft of incompatible offices with respect to the planning and zoning function of local government. It is based on statutes, Michigan Attorney General opinions, and court decisions, and may be incomplete.

  • Michigan 4-H Enrollment

    Published on September 1, 2020
    Learn the steps to take after selecting a Michigan 4-H club.

  • 4-H Treasurer’s Report

    Published on March 2, 2020
    The treasurer’s report informs members of the group’s financial activity since the last meeting.

  • County 4-H Fund-Raising Report Form

    Published on March 2, 2020
    All 4-H fund-raising activities must be reviewed and approved by the county 4-H program coordinator, before the activity can be held. To begin the process, the treasurer or the 4-H leader must complete the County 4-H Fund-Raiser Application.

  • County 4-H Fund-Raiser Application

    Published on March 2, 2020
    All 4-H fund-raising activities must be reviewed and approved by the county 4-H program coordinator, before the activity can be held. Send this application to the county 4-H program coordinator, at least 10 business days before the event.

  • Annual 4-H Financial Summary Report

    Published on March 2, 2020
    The Annual Financial Summary Report lists a 4-H group’s financial activities during the program year (September 1 to August 31).

  • Financial Manual for 4-H Volunteers

    Published on March 2, 2020
    A guide to financial accountability for 4-H volunteers.

  • Financial Manual for 4-H Treasurers

    Published on March 2, 2020
    A guide to managing money wisely for 4-H treasurers.

  • 4-H Financial Management Toolkit

    Published on February 27, 2020
    The 4-H Financial Management Toolkit provides volunteers working with 4-H groups with information needed to address financial matters in any 4-H group.

  • Michigan 4-H Advisory Council Responsibilities, Best Practices & Requirements

    Published on October 1, 2018
    County 4-H boards and committees have many of the same responsibilities as a county Council, however, their responsibilities typically relate to a specific program or project area.