Record Book Pages
The 4-H program has a long history of record keeping. The focus reflects the importance of this life skill in our daily lives. In 4-H, young people track their activities, events, profits and losses, skill development and learning experiences, and much more using the 4-H Record Book. In addition to record keeping, the 4-H Record Book gives members an opportunity to reflect on their year, measure their achievements and growth, and set goals, and develop plans to meet those goals.
4-H Record Books are completed annually and reflect on the 4-H year (October – September).
4-H Record Books are evaluated at the club level and then nominated to receive county level awards recognized at the 4-H Youth Awards Program held in October or November each year. Check with your club leader to learn your club’s due date and the process for getting your 4-H Record Book to your club to be evaluated.
All 4-H Record Books that would like to be considered for county level awards are due to the Green Lake County Extension Office by September 8, 2023.
Contact your Club General Leader or the Extension Office for any assistance.
- Record Book Guidelines
- Record Book Scoring Sheet
- Scoring Guidelines and Nomination Sheet
- Print and Handwrite
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Google Docs
Cloverbud- Grades 5K-2
Outstanding 4-H Club Reporter
As a Club Reporter, you are responsible for telling your community about your club and its activities. Awarded for the most outstanding Club Reporter. Club Reporters will turn in a Club Reporter Book that reflects on the club’s community involvement, project meetings, recreation, and any other club events or activities from the 4-H year.
All 4-H Club Reporter Books that would like to be considered for this award are due to the Green Lake County Extension Office by September 8, 2023. Club Reporter Books will be evaluated at the county level.
Outstanding 4-H Club Secretary
As a Club Secretary, you are responsible for keeping complete and accurate minutes of all meetings, handles correspondence and keeps the 4‐H Secretary’s Book up‐to‐date. Club
Secretaries will turn in a Club Secretary Book that provides detailed minutes, meeting attendance, and business records from the 4‐H year.
All 4-H Club Secretary Books that would like to be considered for this award are due to the Green Lake County Extension Office by September 8, 2023. Club Secretary Books will be evaluated at the county level.
Scholarship Application Information
Creating a Welcoming Environment Leader Training Resources
- Three Parts of a Meeting
- 4-H Recognition Model
- Club Welcome Sign
- All About Me
- Ice Breakers and Get Acquainted Activities
- 4-H Pledge Poster
4-H Club General Leader & Officer Forms
- Minutes of Club Meetings
- Club Attendance Form
- Club Activities Form
- Club Evaluation Form
- Club Members Summary
- Club Financial Record
- Fair Barn and Booth Reimbursement Form
- Country Clovers 4-H Club Scholarship – due July 1st
- Green Lake Co. Livestock Scholarship – due July 1st
- Career Achievement Award
This is to be handed in at the end of your 4-H career with your Record Book to your club leader.
4-H Alumni and Friend of 4-H Award
- 4-H Alumni and Friend of 4-H Form – due September 15th