The objectives of the Tipton County 4-H Horse and Pony project is to help 4-H members develop leadership, initiative, self-reliance and sportsmanship. An important objective of this project is for the 4-H member to experience the pride of owning or leasing a horse or pony and being responsible for its care and management.
All 4-H members showing livestock must turn in this form by May 15th.
4-H'ers will learn about planning, planting and caring for a garden.
Achievement points are used to determine scholarship winners, award winners and trip winners.
The Achievement Record project is a great way to organize a summary of your entire 4-H experience. The record you build opens doors to many awards and benefits such as medals, trips, scholarships, and other kinds of recognition.
4-H members should use their creativity and computer skills to develop artistic projects on the computer. Any computer and computer program may be used
The purpose of this project is to encourage 4-H members to keep accurate records of their projects, activities and other 4-H related items.