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.
- To learn how to set goals, how to make plans for action, and how to decide how well you did (evaluation).
- To learn the skills of record keeping and organization to use now and in the future.
- To learn to communicate and summarize.
- To learn responsibility by completing a task.
- 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 OCTOBER 4th, 2013
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 Record Sheet (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)
Experienced 4-H Project Record (4H-0096B)
Advanced 4-H Project Record (4H-0096C)
For Junior 4-H Members (4-6th grade last year) : DUE OCTOBER 4th, 2013
Junior Citizenship Award
Junior Leadership Award
For Intermediate 4-H Members(7-8th grade last year) : DUE OCTOBER 4th, 2013
Intermediate Citizenship Award
Intermediate Leadership Award
For Senior 4-H Members (9-12th grade last year) : DUE OCTOBER 4th, 2013
Senior Citizenship Award
Senior Leadership Award
Special Senior Member Awards: DUE OCTOBER 4th, 2013
Agricultural Achievement Award
Livestock Achievement Award
Danforth I Dare You Award
Wendy Greiman Achievement Award
Mitchell & Ida Mae Bock Scholarship
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