Record Keeping and Awards

2019 Dallas County Project Recognition

Those receiving project recognition for the first time will receive a plaque. Bars which may be added to the plaque will be given to those who submit an application that continues to show growth in following years.


Project Areas

Animals 
Beef
Dairy Cattle
Dairy Goat
Meat Goats
Dog
Horse and Pony
Pets 
Poultry
Rabbit
Sheep
Swine
Veterinary Science

Agriculture & Natural Resources
Crop Production
Environment/Conservation
Horticulture
Outdoor Adventures
Safety in Shooting Sports

Creative Arts
Music
Photography
Visual Art

Family & Consumer Sciences
Child Development
Clothing and Fashion
Consumer Management
Food and Nutrition
Health
Home Improvement
Sewing and Needle Arts

Personal Development
Citizenship
Communication
Leadership
Self-determined

Science and Engineering
Mechanics
Woodworking
Aerospace
Biological & Chemical Science
Computers
Digital story telling
Earth Climate
GPS/GIS
Robotics 


Dallas County Special Recognition Awards

 

Horton Award

 Recognizes members who have completed at least one project record keeping system and one year in the 4-H program who show outstanding work in several project areas, accomplishments and 4-H activities. This award is available to youth who have just completed grades 4 through 6. Sponsored by Roger Horton. (3-5)*

 

First Year Intermediate/Senior Award
Recognizes first year members who have completed one year in the 4-H program at least one project record keeping system and who shows outstanding work in several project areas, accomplishments and 4-H activities. This award is available to youth who have completed grades 7 through 12. (1)*

Outstanding Intermediate Award
Recognizes members who have completed at least one project record keeping system and shows outstanding work in several project areas, accomplishments and 4-H activities. This award is available to youth who have just completed 7th or 8th grade. (2-3)*

Dallas County Leadership/Service Award
Recognizes outstanding leadership and service qualities in 4-H, school and community. This award is available to youth who have completed 9th  through 12th  grade. Sponsored by Dallas County Farm Bureau and Dallas County Youth Committee. (2)*

Outstanding Senior Award
Recognizes a member who has completed one project record keeping system and shows outstanding work in several project areas, accomplishments and 4-H activities. This award is available to youth who have completed grades 9 through 12. Sponsored by Perry Kiwanas. (1)*

Achievement
Recognizes outstanding personal growth in a variety of 4-H projects and programs. This award is available to youth who have completed 10th  or 11th  grades with three years or more in 4-H. Sponsored by the Dallas County Youth Committee. (1)*

Agriculture
Recognizes outstanding personal growth through participation in a variety of agriculture projects. This award is available to youth who have completed 10th  or 11th  grade and have 3 years or more in 4-H. Sponsored by the Dallas County Youth Committee (1)*

* number of awards given

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