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Minnesota 4-H Adult Volunteer Association

M4-HAVA

The Minnesota 4-H Adult Volunteer Association (M4-HAVA) is a non-profit organization for 4-H adult volunteers, 4-H alumni, Extension staff and other people interested in promoting youth development in Minnesota.

Purpose

  • Promote 4-H Youth Development in Minnesota
  • Provide training and support for 4-H adult volunteers
  • Recognize exceptional 4-H work

Plan now for the 2014 conference!

4-H! Popping with Adventure! - Project Curriculum Training

February 6-8, 2014, Plymouth MN

Volunteers and their families are invited to attend the 29th Annual MN 4-H Adult Volunteer Association (M4-HAVA) Conference! Exciting speakers, educational workshops, and entertainment are planned as well as opportunities to get together with 4-H Volunteers from the Minnesota and the five state area. Read more

 

Contact

Bernice Olein
1-507-829-0676 (cell)
1-320-769-4386 (work)

 

 

Awards

Volunteers and clubs are extremely critical to the success of our work in 4-H, so M4-HAVA is pleased to make the following award opportunities available

 

Award applications are due by January 15, 2014 to the recognition committee:

 

Join M4-HAVA

Why become a M4-HAVA member?

  1. To stay in touch with trends and news affecting your 4-H work
  2. To shape the future of this growing organization
  3. To meet other great people who have the same interests you do
  4. To accept leadership opportunities within the association
  5. To be challenged with new ideas and expand your vision
  6. To develop your skills and increase your expertise
  7. To be rewarded and recognized for your leadership

Membership fees

  • Annual - $10
  • Lifetime - $100

Membership entitles you to a yearly subscription to the M4-HAVA newsletter “MINNESOTA VOLUNTEER” and reduced registration fees for M4-HAVA events.

M4-HAVA membership form

 

 


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