Record Book Information and Resources
Record Book Workshops will be held at the Fremont County Extension Office on Sunday, August 14 from 3-5 p.m., and Wednesday, September 7 from 3-6:30 p.m.!
Record-keeping is a very important part of the 4-H experience! It is thought to be so important to the learning process that the Fremont County Youth Committee has developed awards JUST for record books, and has made it a requirement that CWF participants complete a record book for at least three years preceeding their trip to Washington, D.C. Below, you will find links and information that will help you.
ORDER OF RECORD BOOK
Please include a picture of yourself, name, club, age and grade completed of record year.
Table of Contents
Page numbers are not necessary. Simply list items as they are placed in order in the book.
This consists of ALL your activities in 4-H this past record year. Include home, school and community.
Complete Fremont County 4-H STEM Exhibit and Record Book Write Up Form (Word Version) or EACH non-animal project you were enrolled in, even if you didn't take an exhibit to the fair.
Livestock Project Worksheets (REQUIRED)
For animal projects, complete an animal project worksheet (below), in addition to the Fremont County 4-H STEM Exhibit and Record Book Write Up Form (above) for each animal project you were enrolled in, even if your animal didn't come to the fair.
Market Animal Junior Worksheet
Market Animal Int. and Senior Worksheet
Breeding Animal Junior Worksheet
Breeding Animal Int. and Senior Worksheet
Dairy Animal Lifetime Record
Dairy Animal Project Worksheet
Horse and Pony Worksheet
Dog Permanent Record
Dog, Cat or Pet Project Record
Other Pets Worksheet
Laying Flock Worksheet
Photography Worksheet Photo worksheet Word Doc
Crop Production Worksheets can be found in the project manuals, found here.
Project Related Pictures
Show pictures of you working on or with your projects!
4-H Story (REQUIRED)
THIS IS A REQUIREMENT and should not be a repeat of the yearly summary! This is written in story or narrative form. Include things you did at 4-H meetings, club activities, community service, future plans, and what 4-H has taught you!
This could be club minutes, newspaper articles and pictures. DO NOT include ribbons, receipts, or letters.
Be HONEST with yourself!
Previous Year’s Records
PUT CURRENT YEAR ON TOP! Imagine how neat it will be to look back at each year of 4-H when you are older!
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