Madison County Awards 2020

       Madison Country Awards and 

                         Recognition Page


Rules and Regulations for Award Applications

  • Awards are based on the work done during the 4-H year: September 15, 2019, through August 31, 2020. Members have no limits on the number of awards they can apply for. 
  • Award applications can be found below, but are also available at the Extension Office.
  • Supplemental Information is defined as  photographs, clippings, and other documentation showing what you’ve done in the award category during the year. 
  • Awards will be presented on Monday, November 2, 2020


Recognition & Award Guide

View Recognition & Awards Guide

Individual Awards and Recognition 

Recipients must be a Madison County 4-H member in 4-12 grade who has paid their enrollment fee & completed a minimum of 6 hours of 4-H education. Recognition will be received if award criterion is met.

Club Awards and Recgnition

Recipients must be a community or special interest Madison County 4-H club in good standing. Recognition will be received if award criterion is met.

Community Awards and Recognition

Recipients must be individual adults, businesses, community organizations, or non 4-H members who has contributed to and/or improved Madison County 4-H.  These competitive awards will be selected by a committee.


All Life Skills, Scholarship and Intermidate and Senior Gold Project award applicants will particpate in an interview appropriate for the grade level. Applicants must be available for the following scheduled interview times:

  • Monday, October 12, 2020 starting at 5:00 p.m. 

View helpful interview tips here.

4-H Record Books

Information to complete your record book can be found at the 4-H record keeping website.
( Basic 4-6th Grades, Experienced 7-9th Grades, Advanced 10-12th) 


Please contact the Extension Office at or 515-462-1001. 

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