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It’s that time of year to submit your 2020 4-H Project Record Books.

What Is A Project Record Book?

A Project Record Books is your reflection, not just your involvement with 4-H. It’s a way to share all the amazing accomplishments you have met throughout the year! Generally, Project Record Books tend to focus on a project or specific interest/hobby. You can do your Record Book on just about any subject; photography, gardening, livestock, music, and archery are just some of the many subjects you could write about!

All 4-Hers Are Welcome!

Project Record Book ages include:

Clover Buds (Ages 5-7)
Ages 8-10
Ages 11-12
Ages 13-15
Ages 16-18

*Note that this is for 2020 so please use the age you were as of January 1, 2020*

To access the Project Record Book Templates and to see past Record Books, can visit the 4-H Awards and Incentives Page.

Want To Make Your Book The Best It Can Be?

Attend one of our two workshops to walk you through the process and help with your writing and answer questions. The workshops will be held at our office (180 S. Main St, Mocksville, NC 27028) on:

Thursday, Jan. 14 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, Jan. 16 from 10:30 a.m. – 12 Noon


Space is limited and masks are required for both workshops.
To Register please reach out to Davie County 4-H Agent at (336) 753-6100 or email danny_lough@ncsu.edu.

Completed Project Record Books

Are due Monday, February 1, 2021, by 5 p.m. to our office (180 S. Main St. Suite 210, Mocksville, NC 27028)