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4-H Record Books
4-H Record Books are a valuable educational resource that offers opportunities for our members to REFLECT on their learning, develop LIFE SKILLS of planning and record keeping, and RECOGNITION of their growth.
All record books need to be turned in to the club and accounted for by the club at the club’s designated record book deadline (mid-August).
Members in 5K-2nd Grade – Youth in the Cloverbud project are strongly encouraged, but not required, to complete a 4-H Cloverbud Record Book.
Member in 3rd-13th Grade – Green County 4-H members in 3rd-13th grade are REQUIRED to fill out a record book to stay in good standing in the 4-H Program and be eligible to exhibit as a 4-H member at the next year’s county fair. Youth have three (3) options to complete this requirement:
OPTION 1 – 4-H County Record Book – This is our county’s optimal record book for offering reflection, record keeping and recognition opportunities. Youth who fill out this county record book are eligible for county awards.
- 4-H County Record Book Guide Sheet
- 4-H Photo Identification Page
- 4-H Activity Record
- 4-H Participation Summary
- 4-H Project Record
- 4-H Financial Reports
- 4-H Incomplete Project Form – new in 2017!
- 4-H Lifetime Dairy Record (Dairy Project members only)
- 4-H County Award Member Self-Nomination Form
- 4-H Project Record Evaluation (For Reference ONLY – Used by Committee to score Record Books)
OPTION 2 – 4-H Minimal Record Book – This record book offers members a basic level of reflection and record keeping opportunities, but is not eligible for county level recognition. Members are free to be creative with this record book by adding additional pages to the six pages provided.
OPTION 3 – 4-H Club Approved Record Book – 4-H clubs have the option to establish an alternative form of club level record book if desired. A club approved record book must be agreed and voted on by club membership and needs approval from the 4-H Youth Development Educator to proceed for the year. It is suggested that clubs establish a committee of volunteers to ensure this component of 4-H club work is being completed.
Older Youth Opportunities
2018 Older Youth Travel Experiences – Overview
Financial Forms & Resources
Expense Reimbursement Form
Income Receipt Form
Fundraising Request Form
Request for Special Funding Form
Request for Budget Information Form
Financial Management Resources
Acknowledging Charitable Donations
Donation Solicitation Request
Committee Forms & Resources
Annual County Committee Information Form
Committee Best Practices
Committee Income & Expense Procedure
Committee Minutes Form – pdf
Committee Minutes Form – Word
Adult Leader Information Release Permission Form
General Incident Report
Risk Management Checklist
Club Organizational Leader Forms & Resources
Green County 4-H Program Policy – Revised June 2017
Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development Policies (9 pgs)
4-H Name Emblem Guidelines (4 pgs)
Green County Dairy Breakfast Coffee Cake Recipe (1 pg)
Green County 4-H Continuing Education Scholarship (PDF) (Word)
This form is for 4-H volunteers and alumni to use to request funds for educational programs from Green County 4-H. Thank you to the Green County 4-H Financial Committee for developing this opportunity!
4-H Youth Development Educator
UW-Extension Green County
2841 6th Street
Monroe, WI 53566-9397