Upon completion of the screening process, a volunteer becomes an official 4-H leader, and an automatic member of the Grafton County 4-H Leaders' Association.
During the 2018-2019 4-H year, there were 82 screened and enrolled leaders.
The Associations' bylaws outline nine purposes, three of which are:
- "To provide a county organization through which 4-H leaders may fellowship with other 4-H leaders for the exchange of ideas, discussion of leadership questions and/or problems, and sharing of information and instruction."
- "To serve by establishing committees to work with Cooperative Extension County Office staff in the planning and implementation of yearly educational programs, and adopting 4-H activities to meet needs within the county."
- "To create and control trust/scholarship funds for the benefit of the Grafton County 4-H Program and its youth members."
Funds raised by the Association are utilized to enhance 4-H programing throughout the county, as well as provide scholarships for youth and leaders to attend events, trainings, and trips.
- President - Ginny Flynn, Bob-O-Links 4-H Club
- Vice President - Bekey Bordonaro, Rumney Farmers 4-H Club
- Secretary - Rachel Page, Independent 4-H Volunteer
- Treasurer - Katy Blaine, Friendly Fences 4-H Club
The Grafton County 4-H Leaders' Association meets at least four times a year. Scheduled meeting dates include:
- September 26, 2019
- December 3, 2019
- February 6, 2020
- May 7, 2020