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Date Revised: 7-27-2014Supersedes: 5-3-2002
Summary: Establishes policy for designation of geographic membership areas for Extension
Homemakers (E.H.) and 4-H clubs.
Federal regulations require preparation of maps identifying E.H and 4-H clubs in the
county to be used as a base in planning and implementing these clubs. Maps should
be updated annually.
Each E.H club and 4-H club must be identified on the maps where the clubs generally
meet. In addition there should be a legend on the map that identifies each club, the
racial composition of each club, along with the racial composition of each club’s
membership area. In interracial membership areas, the racial composition must be
determined in order to document that either (1) membership in the E.H. Club or 4-H
club reflects the racial composition of the membership area or that (2) "all reasonable
efforts" have been made to achieve integration.
A 4-H or E.H. club membership area may be as small as an apartment building, one floor,
or the wing of one floor of a housing unit, or it may cover several square miles.
Membership areas may include all or any part of the areas where official population
data by race is available. If official population data by race is not available, Extension
personnel are responsible for determining the data. When the membership of a club
is drawn from throughout the county and there is no residential pattern, a club may
be designated as county-wide.