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Record Books

NEW4-H Records Books are an important part of a 4-H'ers program year and 4-H career.  Record books teach recordkeeping, written communication and organization. 4-H'ers are encouraged to complete a record book every year and submit it to the Kent County 4-H Office by the Tuesday following the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday.  4-H'ers who sell animal and/or cakes in the Fair 4-H Livestock Sale, are required to complete a record book. Future awards and scholarships depend on your completion of a 4-H Record Book. 

General 4-H Record Form - Download Word version

Project Records

Record Book Guidelines

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