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Record Keeping

Recordkeeping is a very valuable and unique to 4-H skill taught to members of the Cecil County 4-H program. Our Members are encouraged to keep project records books and submit these books annually.

The primary purposes of completing a recordbook are for a young person to develop the skills necessary to set goals and reflect on their 4-H experiences. Another important benefit is to prepare our Cecil County 4-Her's for the process of completing both collegiante scholarship and job applications.

 

We will not be collecting Record Books for the 2020 4-H Program Year!          

4-Hers can submit their completed Summary Record for 2020 and an Essay on "How did you make the best better in 4-H in 2020" (limited to 2 pages, double spaced with 1 inch margins) for review by February 15, 2021 via the google form links below.  Youth submitting will receive recognition, however, submissions are not required.  

Summary Record Submission Link

Essay Submission Link

Any project records completed for 2020 can be submitted for review with the 2021 project records.  

2021 Cecil County 4-H Record Book Deadline is January 21, 2022

 

Use the Record Books below to create a high quality Record Book!

 

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