4-H Project Records

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It is that time of year. It is time to wrap up all that work you’ve done all year. 4-H members have been recording their experiences all year for their 4-H Project Record Books. They are normally due mid-December but this year, we are pushing that date out until January 8, 2021.

What is a 4-H Project Record? It is one-year’s worth of records on a particular topic, chosen by the youth (and parents). Topics include poultry, sewing, horses, gardening, cooking, citizenship, leadership, community service, and lots more!

Join us for one of our virtual Project Record workshops:

  • Wednesday, December 16, 2020, 2 p.m.
  • Friday, December 18, 2020, 10 a.m.

To sign up for either one, email cynthia_robbins@ncsu.edu.

To access forms for youth ages 8 and older, visit 4-H Awards and Incentives Programs.