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Record Books

Curriculum and Record Books by Project Area

Use the following criteria for submitting for the 2016-2017 year:

Use the following checklist to determine what you need to complete your record book:

Record Book Checklist Cloverbud Junior Intermediate Senior +Standards of Excellence
Project Plan X
Project Report X X X X X
Record Book X X X X X
4-H Story X X X
Photos X – 3 X – 5 X
Financial X X X

X

 

 

GCA/NRYO Record Books 2017

Chick Chain Record Book GCANRYO 2017

Record Book GCANRYO 2017

Project Reports by Age Category:

Cloverbud Project Report
Intermediate Project Report
Junior Project Report
Senior Project Report
Senior Portfolio Criteria

Standards of Excellence:

Cloverbud Standards of Excellence
Junior Standards of Excellence
Intermediate Standards of Excellence
Senior Standards of Excellence

Record Book Based Youth Awards

Escambia County Awards and Recognition Guide

Please apply for the following by indicating “Submission for Consideration for _____” on your record book cover.

Langley Bell Award: (Senior 4-H’er only) The Langley Bell should go to a member who constantly models the values of 4‐H as did its namesake, Langley Bell, whom this award honors.  This youth should embody all of 4‐H’s slogans, mottos, pledge, and ideology at all times.  They believe in the organization, mentor peers, serve as a resource and helper to volunteers and staff, see the value in learning by doing, and live the pledge daily.  The Langley Bell award is awarded to two youth who submit a Senior Portfolio, a 4-H Record Book for the present year, and exemplify outstanding community service contributions. 4‐H members must apply to receive this award as well as participate in the interview process of candidates.  Past winners may not receive it twice.  Recipients will receive the time honored Langley Bell 4-H crest ring. (please note, these rings will not be available for the Awards and Recognition ceremony due to time needed to process orders) Sponsored by the Escambia County 4-H Foundation

Margie Gindl Public Speaking and Public Awareness Award: Youth submitting a record book and/or portfolio with a public speaking, citizenship, or leadership project are eligible for this award. The Margie Gindl Award honors youth that have been active in leadership and citizenship projects and who demonstrate growth in these areas. Past winners may not receive it twice.  The Margie Gindl Award includes a 4-H Foundation Margie Gindl Memorial endowment award of $25 to be used for a 4-H event or project support.

Cecil Guidy Animal Science Award: 4-H’ers entering a record book in the Animal Sciences category are eligible to compete for this award. Award recipients will demonstrate active participation and outstanding achievement in an animal science project for the 4-H year. Projects entered in competitive events or demonstrations are highly encouraged. The Cecil Gindl Award includes a 4-H Foundation Cecil Gindl Memorial endowment award of $25 to be used for a 4-H event or project support.

Food and Nutrition Award: 4-H’ers entering a record book for food and nutrition related projects may submit for consideration for this award. The awarded youth should demonstrate active participation and outstanding achievement in a food and nutrition related project during the award year. Projects entered in competitive events or demonstrations are highly encouraged. This award is honored by a $25 gift to be used for a 4-H event or project support. One recipient per year.

Overall Record Book: 4-H’ers submitting a record book for judging will be considered for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place overall record book for their age category. Record books should exceed minimum standards of documentation and reporting and should demonstrate mastery of knowledge in a project area, independence through active participation and self-determination in a project, belonging and contribution to a 4-H community club, team, or group, and generosity in applying skills acquired through 4-H to community service projects. Winners will be granted 4-H Foundation monetary awards to be used for a 4-H event or project support. (1st – $40, 2nd – $30, 3rd – $20).

Intermediate Leadership Award: (Intermediate 4-H’ers only) The Escambia County 4-H Foundation sponsors this award for an Intermediate (age 11-13) 4-H’er that has demonstrated exemplary leadership skills in the 4-H year. 4-H’ers applying are required to turn in a record book outlining their leadership skill development throughout the year. One award is given per year.

Beasley Junior Achievement Award: (Junior 4-H’ers only) Junior 4-H’ers (age 8-10) may apply for the outstanding Junior achievement award. Achievement as a Junior 4-H’er is marked by a youth who has set goals in their 4-H year that emphasize learning new things, improving work they have tried before, and leadership and community service. Candidates will attend an interview prior to selection of recipients. Two junior 4-H’ers will be selected each year and will receive a silver engraved bracelet. This award is given from donations by John Beasley Jewelry.

Timberlake Helping Hand Award: The awarded youth should have assisted a 4-H individual, team, club, or group that maximized the benefits derived from 4-H projects or activities during the past year.

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