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What is a Project Record Book?

  • A written summary of what you have learned and the skills that you have gained over the course of your 4-H project.

Why do we require Project Record Books?

  • We believe that Project Record Books are a great way to increase literary skills, become organized, and shows growth. 

Why should youth do their best on Project Record Books?

  • These forms are a great record and practice for scholarships, resumes, and job applications.
  • Within Wilson County, Project Record Book winners are able to win an additional monetary awards for Animal Science books.
  • After being judged at the county-level, Project Record Books are then judged at the state-level where more money can be won.

Project Record Books are required to be completed in full! Do not alter the format of this book. For tips on how to complete your Project Record Book check out this page.

Show & Sale participants, Chick Chain participants, and other project participants

Show & Sale participants (required-place in back of your Project Record Book)

Chick Chain cloverbud participants