4-H Record Books Due December 30

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Just wanted to remind everyone that 4-H Record Books are due at the county level for competition on Friday, December 30 by 5PM. You can bring them to our office at 2736 NC 210 Hwy, Smithfield, NC 27577

4-H record books allow you to keep track of your accomplishments for college applications, scholarships and awards. They can also earn you prizes and money if they are selected as County or District Winners.

Awards for 4-H Record Books will be given out at the 4-H Achievement Program on January 13th beginning at 6:30PM. The link to RSVP for this event can be found here.

Below is a 4-H Record Book Video Tutorials by the 4-H Agent in Person County, Beth Davis on How To Complete a 4-H Record Book for each Competitive Age Group.  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ46tLYDbRSqtT73-OvKAD5Gk38m5Rokm

I am also giving you the link to the record book forms if you don’t already have one.  Pdf forms are HERE.

Please make sure that you have your 4-H Club Leader and your Parent/Helper sign the front of the book.

Cloverbud 5 – 6
Cloverbud 7 – 8
Livestock Cloverbud
9-10 & 11-12
13-15 & 16-18
Portfolio– A long term record that has 3 years of work in a specific project.
All 4-H Horse Club Members who want to an Eligibility Card to show in 2017 must complete a Record Book.

If you have questions, please let me know.

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Photo of Lori McBrydeLori McBrydeExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development (919) 989-5380 (Office) lori_mcbryde@ncsu.eduJohnston County, North Carolina
Posted on Dec 6, 2016
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