Junior 4-H Council

Jr. Council is for Boone County youth ages 13-18. These youth help promote 4-H club work in Boone County and represent Boone County on the state and national level. Jr. Council gives youth an opportunity to have fun while making new friends, building leadership, and communication skills through participating, planning, and putting on various activities for the county and themselves. Just like other clubs, Jr. Council has officers, committees, community service activities and fun activities (just for teens)! Jr. Council is run by its members, and is advised by 4-H parents and an University Extension staff member.

All Boone County youth ages 13-18 may join. Youth may join Jr. Council anytime of the year. Non 4-H members can participate in Jr. Council simply by paying the Missouri 4-H dues. They do not need to become a member of a Boone County 4-H Club. Meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m. in the Boone County Extension Office.


President - Taylor Thiessen - Tomorrow's Leaders
Vice President - Matt Vaughn - Sturgeon Goalseekers
Secretary - Sophia Cunningham, Tomorrow's Leaders
Treasurer - Will Adkins - Hallsville Go Getters

Boone County Junior 4-H Council Barn Dance

New location: Hallsville Fairgrounds Pole Barn

2019 Royalty Applications

Due September 14, 2018

Applications are now available to all Boone County 4-H members in good standing for the 2019 Royalty Court. Applicants will be scored for their respective positions based on their application, and the 2019 royalty will be announced and awarded sash or crown/hat at the Barn Dance on October 13th. Royalty will serve as honored Boone County 4-H representatives throughout the year at various county events including the Boone County Fair, Recognition Night, Town & Country Dinner.

King and Queen Application (PDF)
Prince and Princess Application (PDF)
Duke and Duchess Application (PDF)