4-H RECORD BOOKS
Deadline for 2016-17 Record Books to be turned into the Extension Office is Tuesday, June 20.
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.