Record Books

Completing a Record Book is a great way to learn more about your project and capture all the amazing things you've done during the year. By keeping records, you will also have an advantage when applying for awards, special trips, scholarships, and 4-H leadership positions. 

Start with taking a look at our Record Book Handbook. This is a very informative document to help you complete your book. Every Record Book includes the 4-H Resume, 4-H Story, Project Records and a picture page. Start it with your first year in regular 4-H (age 9) and add to it each year. You can choose to use the Word format, the Fillable PDF format, or print it out and write your entries.

If you are competing in the Record Book Contest, please have your books into the Jackson County Extension Office no later than 4pm on October 1st. Our address is 569 Hanley Road, Central Point, OR 97502. We are open Monday - Friday from 8 am - 5 pm.

Please call your 4-H office at 541-776-7371 for questions.

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