Why is it important you keep a record of your 4-H activities? Because, by recording your activities you can remember all the fun you’ve had so far, and set future goals! Keeping records of 4-H projects could help you when you apply for college scholarships too! 4-H Recordbooks are books you make to record your annual projects. The “At a Glance Guide” will help you organize your Recordbook.
Recordkeeping is an important aspect of the 4-H program. Recordbooks allow youth to see just how much they have accomplished in their main projects. County Recordbook Judging is held in June. District Recordbook Judging is held in July. First place books from each county advance to District in three age divisions: Juniors, Intermediates and Seniors.
Volunteers are needed to judge recordbooks! If you are interested in serving as a judge, contact the Kinney County Extension Office.
For more information on recordbooks, check out the Texas 4-H website’s Recordkeeping page. https://texas4-h.tamu.edu/recordbooks/
Record Book Templates:
- Kinney County Junior Record Book Chart Templates
- Kinney County Record Book Story Template
2016-2017 County 4-H Recordbook Information:
Recordbooks are due to the Kinney County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office by May 30th.
2016-2017 District 4-H Recordbook Information:
Date: July 13, 207
- Contest Letter Coming Soon!
2016-2017 State 4-H Recordbook Information:
- Coming Soon!