FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR 4-H CLUBS. Test Your 4-H Financial IQ!. Quiz #1. Why Do I Need to Know This?. A. To make sure the 4-H club always has $1,000 in their treasury. B. There are federal guidelines protecting the use of the 4-H name and emblem.
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FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITYFOR 4-H CLUBS
A. To make sure the 4-H club always has $1,000 in their treasury.
B. There are federal guidelines protecting the use of the 4-H name and emblem.
C. To raise the most money possible with the clover.
D. Because I don’t know it and I want to know everything!
All 4-H entities need to include the following dissolution clause in their bylaws:
“Upon dissolution of the 4-H club, any assets must be turned over to a recognized 4-H club or group, with the approval of the 4-H Leaders Association and the County 4-H Youth Development Staff.”
A. Having the 4-H youth treasurer keep the 4-H money in a shoebox under their bed.
B. Never accepting checks, only cash.
C. Having the 4-H youth treasurer pay every bill he receives immediately.
D. Writing receipts when money is collected.
A. Promote healthy youth development.
B. Be an educational experience in which members learn life skills.
C. Meet a specific goal determined by the 4-H club membership.
D. All of the above.
E. None of the above.
René L. Mehlberg, Winnebago County 4-H Youth Development Educator, February 2005.