Carteret County 4-H’Ers Win at State Level

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Carteret County 4-H Project Record Books win at State Level

Project Record Book Folders

Project Record Book Folders

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. After county judging, two participants per age division per category are submitted to the District Competition. At that competition, our youth compete against other youth in the state. A Gold, Silver and Bronze winner is selected in each category and age group.

Make sure to read about our county-level competition.

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.

This year, Carteret County 4-H’ers found success {again} at the State Level. These youth will receive ribbons, medals and some will receive monetary awards.

Congratulations to our winners!

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

Brooke Fisher– 13-15 years old; Animal Science –SILVER

Caleb Fisher – 11-12 years old; Healthy Lifestyles – GOLD

Catherine Paschall – 11-12 years old; Plant Science – GOLD

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

Kaylee Fisher – 8-10 years old: Communication Arts – GOLD

Kaylee Fisher – 8-10 years old: Plant Science – SILVER

Kyson Kowalski – 13-15 years old; Citizenship & Civic Engagement – SILVER

Kyson Kowalski – 13-15 years old; Environmental Science – GOLD

Norah Kowalski – 8-10 years old; Animal Science – GOLD

Norah Kowalski – 8-10 years old; Citizenship & Civic Education – GOLD

Sayla Kowalski – 11-12 years old; Citizenship & Civic Education – GOLD

Sayla Kowalski – 11-12 years old; Communication Arts – GOLD