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Record Books

Recordkeeping is a very valuable and unique to 4-H skill taught to members of the Queen Anne's 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 Queen Anne's County 4-Her's for the process of completing both collegiante scholarship and job applications.

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

                                                    

 

2019 ESSAY TOPIC TITLE:

"Explain how you have developed life skills to help support your pledge (head, heart, hands, and health) and how they have benefited your own development.":

 

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