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February 20, 2016
Dear 4-H community,
In 4-H, young people have tracked their activities, events, profits and losses, skill development and learning experiences, and much more using the iconic 4-H Record Book. The California 4-H Record Book Manual and some forms have been revised.
As a result, a County Record Book Team had been formed representing 11 clubs in the county. This team has met during the year to review and to be able to implement the revisions to all clubs in a timely manner.
For those members who are in clubs that are active in using the 4-H Record Book as part of the educational experience and or to earn their Star Rank, information and the updates have been posted on the Monterey County 4-H program website: http://cemonterey.ucanr.edu/4-H_Program/4-H_Record_Book/
Here is a brief overview:
? All forms have been updated on the county website record book webpage
? A letter with helpful information from the County Record Book Team is on the webpage
? All Club Leaders are aware of these revisions through Council and emails
? Plans have been made to reach out to all Project Leaders in regards to Annual Project Report forms
The Council’s Incentives and Recognition committee is now underway with a renovation of the County Record Book “Project” judging contest held in August. The County contest checklist is also being updated to match this revised score card and the purpose of judging for the “best project” will be added.
I want to thank the Record Book Team, C
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