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4-H Member Record Book Guide



Authors as Published

Authored by Kaci Daniel, Extension Agent-4-H Youth Development-Orange County; Kelly Mallory, Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Development-Madison County; and Paige Pratt, Virginia Farm Bureau (first published February 2019, last reviewed February 2024)

This publication is available in a PDF file format only.

This guide is to be used to help you in completing the following 4-H Member Record Books:
• 4-H Member Record Book • Novice (4H-689NP)
• 4-H Member Record Book • Experienced Junior (4H-690NP)
• 4-H Member Record Book • Experienced Senior (4H-691NP)

These record books were designed to by utilize by youth participating in animal science projects but can easily be adapted for any project area.

This record book is designed to be a permanent record of the member’s 4-H career. This record is formatted to be a continuous document that can be saved on a computer and added to each year in 4-H. This document should be very helpful when applying for awards, 4-H All-Stars, and scholarships.

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Publication Date

February 14, 2024