Minnesota 4-H Horse Association
The Minnesota 4-H Horse Association (MFHA) is the policy making organization for the Minnesota 4-H Horse Project. It oversees events, activities, materials and resources.
The state is divided into districts. Two adult and two youth directors are elected from each annually. District map (128K PDF) Posted January 9, 2011.
The association holds two regular meetings per year, in November and February. Elections are held at the February meeting. Directors are elected adults and youth representing each district in the state and chairs of standing committees. Director responsibilities include attending meetings, representing the district, assisting with events, and participating in decision making.
Directors list (54 K PDF) Updated 07/31/2012
Director application. (54 K PDF) Updated 07/31/2012
- February 2012 meeting minutes (101 K PDF)
- November 2011 meeting minutes (137 K PDF)
- February 2011 meeting minutes (79 K PDF)
- November 2010 meeting minutes. (77 K PDF)
- February 2010 meeting minutes. (119 K PDF)
- November 2009 meeting minutes. (132 K PDF)
- February 2009 meeting minutes. (82 K PDF)
- February 2008 meeting minutes.(133 K PDF)
- November 2007 meeting minutes.(93 K PDF)
- February 2007 meeting minutes.(23 K PDF)
- November 2006 meeting minutes.(22 K PDF)
4-H Horse Association Volunteer(s) of the Year
Each year at the state 4-H horse show, the directors of the Minnesota 4-H Horse Association recognize one or more people as state Volunteer of the Year. The winner is selected from the pool of state-level 4-H Horse Association volunteers. Recipients may receive the award only once. They receive a plaque from the association. Their accomplishments and contributions will be reported on the association website after the state show each year.
Eligibility and selection process
- Volunteers who have worked with Minnesota State 4-H Horse Association-sponsored events are eligible to be nominated.
- Minnesota 4-H Horse Association board members make nominations. The winner is selected by the association's executive board.
Ruth Hemingson, Minnesota 4-H horse librarian
17181 Bittersweet St NW
Andover, MN 55304