4-H Record Books Workshops
Workshop One – When: Thursday, August 10th, 6:30pm
Workshop Two – When: Wednesday, August 23rd, 6:30pm
Where: 1st Floor, Dunn County Community Service Building (CSB)
4-H has a rich history of record keeping. 4-H History Preservation reminds us that record books gives members the chance to track their activities, events, projects, skills developed, and lessons learned. It’s a way for youth to reflect on the year, think critically about their successes, and process any losses. Remember record books should be an interactive learning opportunity, where they set personal goals and develop strategies for achieving them next year.
Ask your General Leader for your Club’s evaluation due date!
Record Books Due for County Evaluation on September 14th
Check out these resources for the Dunn County Record Book process. All of these forms can also be found on the Dunn County 4-H Forms and Documents page.
Traditional Record Book – Blank : The Traditional Record Book is an option all members grades 3 and above.
Alternative Record Book Format for 3rd – 6th Grade – Blank : This Alternative Record Book format maybe used by members 3rd – 6th grade if this formation works better for the member.
Cloverbud Record Book – Blank: The Cloverbud Record Book is meant for Cloverbud Members only. They can be a creative as they wish with this booklet.
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If you have any questions regarding 4-H Youth Development, please contact:
4-H Program Assistant
Dunn County UW-Extension
3001 US Hwy 12 E, Room 102
Menomonie WI 54751-3045