University of Maryland Extension

4-H Record Books


Completing a 4-H record book is a good way to learn the "Life Skill" of record keeping.  Your Record Book is a record of all your 4-H projects and activities for the year.  The year runs from January 1st through December 31st.  All 4-H club members are asked to submit a 4-H record book.  Clover members are not required to complete a record book but are allowed to submit a memory/scrap book and will receive a participaition gold seal.

Any member who sold a market animal this year must complete their record book to be eligible to have a market animal in the coming year.  These record books are reviewed by the Garrett County Livestock Association at their February meeting.

Give your book to your 4-H Club leader by mid January or the date they suggest for them to review/sign and submit to the UME Garrett 4-H Office.

Record Book Forms:

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