County Record Book and Award Forms

The purpose of 4-H recordkeeping is to teach how to keep records, which is an important life skill. Recordkeeping is an ongoing process that does not end when the 4-H year ends. Youth are encouraged to select from a variety of alternatives to meet their individual recordkeeping needs and learning styles.

Objectives

  1. To learn how to set goals, how to make plans for action, and how to decide how well you did (evaluation).
  2. To learn the skills of record keeping and organization to use now and in the future.
  3. To learn to communicate and summarize.
  4. To learn responsibility by completing a task.
  5. To evaluate information that will market personal skills through future resumes and application forms.

 

 

BRONZE, SILVER, or GOLD Project record completion
 

For All 4-H Members: DUE SEPTEMBER 15th, 2016

Hancock County Project Record Completion Application  (open me first, I have a list of other documents you need)
Hancock County 4-H Project Areas
4-H Yearly Summary
(4H-0096)

Exhibit Goal Sheet (PDF) (MSWord) (same form you used at fair for exhibits in the building.  You may also use for your record book.) 

Basic 4-H Project Record  (4H-0096A) 
OR
Experienced 4-H Project Record  (4H-0096B)
OR
Advanced 4-H Project Record (4H-0096C)

Competitive Awards


For Junior 4-H Members (4-6th grade last year) & Intermediate 4-H Members (7-8th grade last year) : DUE SEPTEMBER 15th, 2016
Junior Leadership Award    - awarded to individuals who have shown to be good leaders through their 4-H membership.  Could
     be 4-H project related or other leadership outside 4-H.  It is a compilation of leadership related
     activites for that 4-Her for that year.
Intermediate Leadership Award
                                                              
Junior Citizenship Award - awarded to individuals who have shown to be good citizens through their 4-H membership.  Could
     be 4-H project related or other citizenship outside 4-H.  It is a compilation of citizenship related
     activites for that 4-Her for that year.
Intermediate Citizenship Award
   
Wendy Greiman Achievement Award - awarded to individuals who show growth & learning in 4-H work, participation in 4-H activities,
  good character, citzenship, and positive attitude.
   
Philip Sweers Award The member earning this award must display the following: high quality of character, enthusiasm, eagerness to volunteer, loyalty to club through participation,  community service, willingness to promote 4-H by bringing in new members.  Application can be filled out by leader or member, but must be signed by leader.
   
For Senior 4-H Members (9-12th grade last year) : DUE SEPTEMBER 15th, 2016
Senior Citizenship Award

- awarded to individuals who have shown to be good citizens through their 4-H membership. 
   Could be 4-H project related or other citizenship outside 4-H.  It is a compilation of citizenship
   related activites for that 4-Her for that year.

                                                            
Senior Leadership Award  - awarded to individuals who have shown to be good leaders through their 4-H membership.   
   Could be 4-H project related or other leadership outside 4-H.  It is a compilation of leadership
   related activites for that 4-Her for that year.
 
 

Agricultural Achievement Award
- awarded to individuals who have shown: developed knowledge and respect for agriculture and
   its importance to the community including skills that contribute to agriculture economics.  Must
   have demonstrated citizenship and leadership skills and abilities in ag related fields.
 
 

Livestock Achievement Award
- awarded to individuals who show: knowledge of basic principles of animal science & husbandry,
   sound breeding, feeding, and management.  Must have demonstrated a willingness to share
   learning with others and shown evidence of personal growth.
 
 
Merit Award - Recognition to members whose accomplishments reflect significant personal growth, active
  citizenship, earned club and community leadership, competency on project work, and unselfish
  service to 4-H members and others.
 
 
Danforth I Dare You Award - awarded to individuals who show how you are living a creative and purposeful life through a
   balance in mental, physical, social and spiritual living and making a positive difference in the
   community and in the wider world. Influence others through a positive leadership role.
 
 

Wendy Greiman Achievement Award
- awarded to individuals who show growth & learning in 4-H work, participation in 4-H activities,
  good character, citzenship, and positive attitude.
 
Philip Sweers Award  The member earning this award must display the following: high quality of character, enthusiasm, eagerness to volunteer, loyalty to club through participation,  community service, willingness to promote 4-H by bringing in new members.  Application can be filled out by leader or member, but must be signed by leader.
                                                  
Mitchell & Ida Mae Bock Scholarship - awarded to individuals based on showing: growth through 4-H, how 4-H has shaped your life, &
   how you have given back to 4-H and the Hancock County District Fair.
                                                 

For Leaders: DUE OCTOBER 1st, 2016

Philip Sweers Award

The member earning this award must display the following:
•    High quality of character as demonstrated through respect for peers and adults as well as a good work 
      ethic, sense of responsibility and honesty.
•    Enthusiasm
•    Eagerness to volunteer
•    Loyalty to club through attendance at meetings and participation in club sponsored activities. (ex: club
     community service project, 4-H  food stand work, fairground  set up and clean up)
•    Willingness to promote 4-H by bringing in new members
•    This award is NOT contingent on a record book or the level of achievement with projects at the Hancock
      County Fair.
 

 
Wendy Greiman Achievement Award Leaders nominate individuals who show growth & learning in 4-H work, participation in 4-H activities, good character, citzenship, and positive attitude.
 
 
4-H Completion Award Given by the Hancock County Fairboard to based on the number of 4-Hers per club who meet requirements.
 
 
Junior Achievement Leaders select outstanding Junior 4-H members who: have a positive attitude, cooperated with club activities,  participated in Fair activities, and did outstanding work in one or more project areas.
 
 
Golden Clover Recognizes those clubs whose members and leaders are working in the areas of leadership, citizenship, communication, project skills and knowledge, and personal life management.
A minimum score of 150 on the following score sheet is required to receive the “Golden Clover Award”. 
 
 
Honorary Award This award is given to someone who supports the Hancock County 4-H Program either in their business or professional life or personal life.  They have volunteered their time and talents or business resources to the Hancock County 4-H Program.
                                                                           

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