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2020 Kansas 4-H Youth Leadership Council

2020 National Conference Representative

Blakely Aldridge, Sunflower District 

Korben Clawson, Meade County

Madeline Drake, Pratt County

Rachel Sebesta, Midway District

Alexa Straub, Cottonwood District

Annika Wiebers, Riley County


2019 National Conference Representative

Camden Bull, Sedgwick County

Adelaide Easter, Central Kansas District 

Erin Rose May, Twin Creeks Decatur 

Rachel Yenni, McPherson County


NE Area/Region Representative

Rylee Coy, Flint Hills District

Broc Leatherman, Doniphan County 

Ryan McClure, River Valley District

Chanae Parker, Riley County


NW Area/Region Representative

Courtney Baetz, Post Rock District

Clay Pelton, Rooks/Phillips District

Isabelle Schemper, Twin Creeks District 


SE Area/Region Representative

Taylor Barlett, Butler County 

Lillie Haller, Butler County

Eric Sprecker, Sedgwick County


SW Area/Region Representative

Preston Dunn, Stafford County 

Katelyn Harker, Kearny County



Jaryth Barten, Dickinson County Volunteer

Beth Hinshaw, SE Region 4-HYD Specialist

Sarah Maass, Central Kansas District 4-HYD Agent

Anna Muir, Phillips/Rooks District Director

Kathryn Tremblay, Twin Creeks District Volunteer 




 2021 Youth Council Applicant Info

This Application Process is for both Youth Council Representative and National Conference Delegate. 

  • Election Guidelines 
  • Links


    Citizenship in Action

    Kansas Youth Leadership Forum

    48 Hours of 4-H Service Challenge

    Youth Council Constitution

    Collegiate Advisor Application