4-H RECORD BOOKS
A great way to keep records of your 4-H career activities is by keeping a record book. 4-H record books are judged at the county, district and state level, where members can earn a trip to Washington D.C.
Record books are also a great reference when creating a personal resume and especially useful when applying for college scholarships.
Following the link we have provided below will help guide you to getting started with your 4-H Record Book. Forms, tip sheets and guides are all accessible for your reference. Of course, we are always available to answer your questions here at the Extension Office as well.
In years past, record book information has been done online by inputting data on 4hreports.com and then printing out the information. PLEASE NOTE: This will be the final year for this website to be active. If you have completed your record book thru this website in the past, be sure to download and save your information to another file before October 31, 2015. The site will close on this date and you will not be able to retrieve your information after this date.