my record of 4-H Achievement- County only
Members starting this project in later years should try to go back and re-create previous 4-H experiences, fair results, achievement and/or trips, wherever possible. 4-H members should build on previous 4-H tenure in order to be successful.
- Project should consist of a 3-ring binder and be organized either by tenure year in 4-H, or by project.
- Multiple binders should be submitted as 4-H member fills up each one.
- A copy of “My Record of Achievement” must be included in order to show the official records of projects completed.
- Items to be included, but not limited to, record sheets from previous year and/or completed manuals of projects which are not needed for current 4-H exhibit year and copies of current year manuals/record sheets; photographs of finished projects as well as projects in various stages or of trophies,
plaques or pins earned; photos, badges, or schedule of state workshops, conferences or project workshops; pictures or drawing of individual projects, Junior Leader activities, Club Activities, State and County Fair visits and exhibits, Newspaper clippings, newsletters, or other information which added to your 4-H experience.
- Photocopies of Ribbons are acceptable to submit in substitute of actual ribbons.
- Exhibit Requirements: 4-H'ers display their achievements in 4-H. Complete a set of "My Record of 4-H Achievement" records (4-H 620) and exhibit in a pocket folder/three ring binder at the 4-H Fair. Each year add to your record for exhibit. Records are judged on completeness, neatness, and overall
accomplishments. Divisions are based on 4-H tenure (i.e. Year 1, Year 2, etc.)