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Project Record Books moving onto District Competition

The 4-H program has a long history of record keeping. In 4-H, youth track their activities, events, skill development, and learning experiences, and much more using the 4-H Project Record Book. Each year, participating youth submit a Project Record Book at the County level for judging. Youth enter in their age group in one of the following categories:

  • Animal Science
  • Citizenship & Civic Education
  • Communication Arts
  • Environmental Science
  • Family & Consumer Sciences
  • Healthy Lifestyles
  • Plant Science
  • Personal Development & Leadership
  • Science & Technology

Project Record Books:

-give youth an opportunity to reflect on what they’ve learned and accomplished through a year.

-document new skills and experiences in a written report to measure their achievements and growth.

-encourage youth to set goals, pursue strategies to meet those goals, and to overcome obstacles.

A huge shout out goes to all the youth who submitted Project Record Books at the County Level this year.

Cloverbuds: Luke Fisher, Samuel Fisher, Ella Hill, Mason Kowalski, Atlas Rowe and Chella Rowe

8-10 year olds: Norah Kowalski, Kaylee Fisher

11-12 year olds: Asher Brinson, Sadie Bruin, Bethany Copeland, Roan Edwards, Caleb Fisher, Sayla Kowalski, Catherine Paschall, David Veltman

13-15 year olds: Lexi English, Brooke Fisher, Kyson Kowalski, Mary Meadows

16-18 year olds: Jessica Hines, Peyton Stephens, Delaney Meadows

After county judging, two participants per age division per category are submitted to the District Competition. At that competition, a Gold, Silver and Bronze winner will be selected.

Project Record Books moving on for District Judging are:

Norah Kowalski – 8-10 years old; Animal Science, Citizenship & Civic Education

Kaylee Fisher – 8-10 years old: Plant Science, Communication Arts

Bethany Copeland – 11-12 years old; Personal Development and Leadership

Roan Edwards – 11-12 years old; Animal Science

Caleb Fisher – 11-12 years old; Healthy Lifestyles

Sayla Kowalski – 11-12 years old; Citizenship & Civic Education, Communication Arts

Catherine Paschall – 11-12 years old; Animal Science, Plant Science

David Veltman – 11-12 years old; Citizenship & Civic Education

Brooke Fisher – 13-15 years old; Communication Arts, Animal Science

Kyson Kowalski – 13-15 years old; Citizenship & Civic Engagement, Environmental Science

Mary Meadows – 13-15 years old; Animal Science

We will be well represented at the District Level and look forward to getting those results!