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Volunteer Leaders

Since 4-H's beginnings in Nebraska, parents, teachers, and other concerned citizens have, with the cooperation of their local extension agents, assumed responsibility for leading the work of local 4-H clubs.

4-H Club leaders
County champion 4-H Club leaders who won leadership awards and attended the annual 4-H conclave at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln in May, 1931.

Simplicity Pattern, 1963
Simplicity Pattern, 1963
Courtesy: Jan Stehlik

junior leader dress
An unknown junior leader in Nebraska made this dress using a 1963 Simplicity pattern.
Courtesy: Saline County Historical Society


4-H exhibit

4-H Takes Root
in Nebraska

The University

I Pledge...

Once a 4-H family;
Always a 4-H family

Club Work

Manuals, Songbooks,
Record books

Volunteer Leaders

Getting the Word Out

War Time

County Fair Time

State Fair


Club Weeks

National Congress
& Conference

State Camps

International Affairs

4-H Today

Centennial Celebration

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