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The Orange County 4-H Advisory Council provides advisory leadership for the Orange County 4-H Program. The advisory council is not a board of directors. It is a group of citizens interested in helping 4-H meet its goal of impacting youth through a “learn by doing” approach. This group advises the program on community needs and helps identify opportunities for 4-H to meet those needs.

The 4-H Youth Development educational programs are based on the needs identified in communities and by emerging issues of the surrounding area. It is the purpose of the 4-H Advisory Council to make sure that local, regional and national needs, are reflected in programs that address the problems that are identified.

Current 4-H Advisory Council Members

  • Rachel Hawkins (Schley Grange)

  • Carol Lovingood (Hummingbirds 4-H Club)

  • Karen McAdams (Retired Cooperative Extension Agriculture Agent)

  • Watt Parker (Orange Durham Cattlemen’s Association)

  • Sarah Pickhardt (Orange County Emergency Services)

  • Daniel Roberson (Orange County Sheriff’s Office)

  • Beverly Roberts (Orange County 4-H Parent)

  • Becky Smith (Orange County Extension & Community Association)

  • Anabela Mendes (4-H Parent)

  • Pankaj Sharma (4-H Parent)

  • Hattie Vanhook (Honorary 4-H Alumna)

Click here for more information on our advisory council. If you are interested in serving or would like to have a representative from your group or business participate, please email the 4-H Agent. We request that advisory members be from Orange County and have a strong understanding of the needs of Orange County youth.