Record books are due no later than Monday, September 23rd, 2013! Your leader can drop them off for you at the Leader's Council Meeting that evening at our office beginning at 7:00PM, or you can drop them at Mid Columbia Title in the North End, or at the 4-H office in Heppner.
Your record books need: (can be found below or at the 4-H office)
- Morrow County Tips and Evaluation
To help you be successful, here are few ideas to help get your record book done:
- Start now! The earlier the better!
- Check out this awesome online presentation to help you walk through your 4-H record book, made by OSU 4-H Youth Extension Agent Michelle Carillo of Curry County.
- Call our office, (541) 676-9642, for help or questions. We are happy to answer your questions and help you navigate your record book. We can also set up a drop in help session to go over your record book with you, or to look through it before you hand it in for any last minute pointers or corrections.
- Here are Guidelines for an up-to-date record book.
- Use this Record Book Calendar to help keep you on track!
To begin your record book, everyone needs to complete:
- Permanent Record
- My 4-H Notes
- Project records must also be completed for each project a member does. See the below word documents for a list of what you will need for your specifc project: (if you would like the records in PDF, please click on the links below or call the 4-H office)
For Market Animals (includes beef, sheep, & swine)
Market Animal Record for Intermediates & Seniors
For Foods Project
Expressive Arts Projects
Advancement Guides are not required, but are a great 4-H project resource. Choose your project advancement guide below to include in your record book to work on throughout your project year! (They are a project supplement.)
Still can't find what you are looking for? Try clicking Oregon 4-H projects or OSU 4-H Publications to find more projects online!