4-H Council Information

4-H Council

The Council’s purpose is to maintain and strengthen the 4-H program in partnership with the Montana Cooperative Extension Service. This includes advocating for and promoting educational activities in Lewis and Clark County, assisting with leadership, development, and life skills in youth and adults, and providing a channel of communication and a forum for the exchange of ideas among leaders, youth, Extension personnel, and other organizations. The Lewis and Clark 4-H Council works in conjunction with the Foundation to plan and conduct fundraising activities necessary to carry out the business of the Council and approve the annual operating budget.

 President  David Hamilton
 Vice President  Denice Harris
 Secretary  Jenne Caudle
 Treasurer  Erin Weisgerber
 Foundation Representative  Casey Peck
 Outdoor Superintendents  David Hamilton
 Sean Maharg
 Indoor Superintendent  Michelle Ostberg
 Junior Representative  Becky deMontigny
 Junior Representative  Josie Hamilton
 Ambassador  Lizzie Bennett
 Ambassador  Cade Duran
 Ambassador  Claire Downing
 Ambassador  Katelyn McKay
 Ambassador  Brooke Sangray
 Ambassador  Kaden Sangray
 Ambassador  Janell Swanson


The 4-H Council is further broken down into indoor and outdoor committees, with superintendents in charge of each project area. You can find their contact information by clicking 'Directory' below or by visiting the project pages.