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Record Keeping

Project Record Books

Learning to keep accurate records is an essential life skill. 4-H members develop this skill by completing a simple record book for each project they enroll in. Idaho 4-H uses two basic record books, the 4-H Project Record Book and 4-H Animal Project Record Book.

Members should consult the Kootenai/Shoshone 4-H Project Requirements (PDF) to ensure they are using the appropriate record book for their project(s).

Involvement Reports

Each member also maintains a 4-H Involvement Report that tracks overall club participation, leadership, civic engagement, 4-H promotional efforts and attendance at contests, activities and events.

This form is designed so members can keep a cumulative summary in one record. This is very helpful when members apply for awards and college scholarships.

Completing Record Books

Members must submit a completed record book for each project. The following resources clarify what information is needed in each section.

Contact

Kootenai County 4-H

Mailing Address:
1808 N 3rd St
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814-3407

Phone: 208-446-1680

Fax: 208-446-1690

Email: kootenai@uidaho.edu

Web: UI Extension, Kootenai County

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