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1 WRIGHT COUNTY 4 H RECORD JUDGING AND AWARDS HANDBOOK 12 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved. University of Minnesota Extension is an equal opportunity educator and employer. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, this material is available in alternative formats upon request. Direct requests to the Extension Store at Printed on recycled and recyclable paper with at least 10 percent postconsumer waste material.

2 Wright County Records Project Records Overview Age Divisions Cloverbud Division Guidelines Junior Division Guidelines Senior Division Guidelines Record Judging Criteria Participation Summary Judging Criteria Wright County Club Awards Club of Distinction Blue Ribbon Club Awards o County Fair Participation o Federation Meetings Participation o Records turned in Sprouting Award Blooming Award o o o National 4-H Week Participation Community Pride Community Service Roots Award Wright County Individual Awards & Scholarships Best Treasurer s Book Best Secretary s Book Best Reporter Forms Youth Leadership Scholarship Key Award I Dare You Award Project Showcase Awards Friend of 4-H Awards o Outstanding Volunteer o 4-H Supporter Forms Section

3 4-H Project Records Overview 4-H records are a fun and easy way to keep track of all of a member s 4-H experiences! 4-H ers use records to reflect on what they have done, what they enjoyed, what they would change, and how they could improve. Project records that are done correctly create a summary of a member s entire career in 4-H that can be a really neat keepsake to look back on for years to come! This handy guide will explain the process of filling out records and submitting them for judging. PARTICIPATION SUMMARIES Participation Summaries are intended to be used throughout the 4-H year; first for planning, then for keeping track of progress, and finally, for looking back to see how you did! Youth need to use this form to record which 4-H activities, events, and projects you participated in for the year. There is also room to write a story about favorite 4-H memories during the year. Youth are encouraged to included additional pages or pictures too! Cloverbuds have their own special Participation Summary form! *Participation Summaries are due to Key Leaders by July 15 th! PROJECT RECORDS While Participation Summaries help to keep a record of overall participation in 4-H, there are other project records to help keep track of involvement in individual projects throughout the year. Project records in Wright County are divided into several broad categories: Animal Science, Mechanical Science, Clothing Construction, Clothing Purchased, Expressive Arts & Communication, Family & Consumer Science, Natural Resources, Photography, Plant & Soil Sciences, Personal Growth & Development, and Quilting. These records are intended to help members reflect on what they learned in each project they competed. The questions on these forms are more projectspecific, asking for information such as how much did the project cost, when was the member s livestock project born, what equipment was used, how do they care for their garments, etc. Again, additional pages and photos are welcome and encouraged!

4 Project Record Categories: Animal Science: Beef, Cat Dairy, Dog, Goat, Horse, Lama, Pets, Poultry, Rabbit, Sheep, Swine Mechanical Science: Small Engines, Electric, Shop, Computer, Tractor, Aerospace, Robotics, & Geospatial Expressive & Communication Arts: Clowning, Demonstrations, Video, Crafts, Fine Arts, Performing Arts, and Scrapbooking Family & Consumer Science: Child & Family Development, Consumer Education, Food & Nutrition, Home Environment, Needle Arts, Non- Garment, Fashion Revue, & Food Review Natural Resources: Entomology, Exploring the Environment, Fishing Sports, Forest Resources, Geology, Shooting Sports/Wildlife, Water/Wetlands, Wildlife Biology, Vet Science, Horseless Horse, Horse Related, & Exploring Animals Plant & Soil Sciences: Flower, Indoor, & Vegetable Gardening, Potato, Fruit, Lawn & Landscape, Crop Sciences, Plant & Soil Science Personal Growth & Development: Bicycle, Citizenship, Community Pride, Global Connections, Health, Safety, Youth Leadership, Self Determined Clothing Construction Clothing Purchased Photography Quilting RECORD JUDGING Once records are complete, members can put them in the official Member s Record binder (available for purchase at the Extension Office) or find a suitable three-ring binder or report cover. It s important to make sure they are organized efficiently and then they should be collected by the club Key Leader. Once the Key Leader has looked them over and approved them, they should fill out a form and submit them to the office for judging by October 1 st. Records can also be turned in directly to the office by October 1 st if necessary. The Extension Office swaps all of the records they receive with another county for the judging. Each club that submits records to be judged is asked to also send volunteers to judge the records we receive from the other county. Typically, 2-3 days are designated as record judging days and families can come any time during those days to help with judging. AWARDS AND RECOGNITION Scores are calculated based on a variety of criteria such as: completeness and accuracy of the records, neatness, spelling, grammar, and participation in leadership, education, and sharing opportunities. Animal Winners for each age category and project area are chosen and project Science AWARD discs are awarded at the Member and Volunteer Recognition Banquet in November. Members can collect the discs throughout their 4-H career and display them on special plaques!

5 Age Divisions: Cloverbuds K 2 nd grade and 3 rd graders who participated in the Cloverbud program Jr. Division Grades 4-8 and 3 rd graders who filled out an authorization form to become a regular 4-H er Sr. Division - 4-H'ers grades 9 and up Cloverbuds Division Guidelines A simple record using pictures, drawings or a brief story telling about the member s involvement in 4-H over the past year. Use the Cloverbud record form and attach one to two pages at most (if desired). All Cloverbuds submitting records will receive special recognition. Junior Division Guidelines The following materials and sequence is recommended when preparing records for record judging for Junior Division members: COVER Some type of cover is necessary to keep records clean, neat and organized. Records should be bound and not loose in a folder. COVER PAGE The cover page is placed at the beginning of the record book. It should include your name, grade/age, and your 4-H Club. Be sure to include a picture of yourself. TABLE OF CONTENTS A Table of Contents is helpful for the judge to find what they are looking for, especially if you have several year s worth of records in your book. Many members also use tabs or color code different project sections and coordinate the color of the tab to the Table of Contents. PARTICIPATION SUMMARY This is the green-colored form that is the annual report of all 4-H activities, projects, and experiences. It should be accurate, brief, and up-to-date. Forms can be downloaded from the Wright County Extension Website at or picked up at the County Extension Office. 4 H RECORDS Include the current year's project record or activity report for each area for which you are submitting records for judging. Records need to be up-to-date and accurate. Answer all questions that apply to each project or phase in which enrolled. In projects where no specific record is available, members should use the general record form "My 4-H Project" and other support material. See the Records Judging Criteria section for information on what judges will be looking for when reviewing your records.

6 Note: While it is not required at the Junior level, members are welcome to also include a portfolio (explained in the senior division guidelines section) to go along with each project record. THE 4 H STORY - The 4-H story is an essay of the member's 4-H experiences. The story should emphasize personal growth and development, leadership and community service experiences, and information about projects or activities completed throughout the 4-H year. It is important not only to tell what you did, but what you have learned and how you have grown from your experiences - both successes and failures. There is not a limit to the number of pages, however the story should be clear and to the point (quality, not quantity!): Members should write one story about general 4-H experiences (include in with the participation summary or on additional attached sheets) and individual stories written for each project in which you submit a record (attach to each project record). In the general story, begin by introducing yourself and telling something about your family, school and where you live. Tell why you are involved in 4-H and what it means to you. Also include in the general story, information about 4-H activities you have been involved in during the year. Tell how these activities have helped you grow and what you have learned from them. Explain how 4-H has made you a better leader and citizen. If you are a junior leader, tell what you have learned about working with other 4-Hers. In each separate project story, begin by telling why you chose the project. Continue by telling how the project has grown in size and scope; describe things you have tried and found successful and not successful. Be sure to explain what you have learned from the project and how that may help you in the future. Senior Division Guidelines It's important to include aspects of your leadership shown in the project area. For judging, your materials should include: JUNIOR DIVISION ITEMS Senior level records should include all of the items mentioned in the Junior Division guidelines. In addition to the 4-H Story and photo pages, senior division participants should include a résumé and a portfolio (described below). PORTFOLIO In addition to each project record sheet, members in the senior division are expected to include a portfolio. Portfolios are a showcase of a member s best work in a project area. They should highlight a member s growth and learning over the year. Members should include photos, newspaper clippings, written reflections, pieces of projects, etc. that best exemplify their work. Portfolios should be no more than 3 pages long per project record. RÉSUMÉ A résumé is a more professional way to display yourself than the 4-H story. A résumé should be no longer then 2 pages, easy to read, and will just be a quick way to introduce yourself to the judge.

7 Writing a Résumé Suggested résumé headings: Education - include formal and non-formal (workshops, etc.) Special Skills and Accomplishments Experience/Employment Volunteer Leadership Community Activities What are your skills? Self-management (your time, money, materials, personal skills) Work well with others Seeking or learning new information Understand working with others Understand and work with advance techniques/technology Basic skills - reading, writing, math, listening, speaking Creative thinking Social skills - responsibility, self-esteem, integrity, honesty. What special things have you learned and accomplished in the project? Include information from the following in your résumé: o Awards, etc. you have received o 4-H programs you have attended o School accomplishments and activities o Church and community activities o Other items of interest Tips: Instead of "did, was, am", use verbs like developed, initiated, supervised, coordinated, instructed, etc. Always use short paragraphs, preferably no longer than five lines. Always use conventional English. Stay away from multi-syllable words when a one or two syllable word is clearer. Use proper grammar. Have plenty of white space. The résumé should be attractive to the eye and easy to read. Allow plenty of space between paragraphs and allow for adequate margins (1"). Don't use a lot of dates or numbers. When you use a date, use the month and the year rather than the actual date. Example: 4/92-6/93 rather than 4/12/92-6/28/93. Always make sure the résumé is free of errors and typos. Errors give the message the résumé was done in a hurry, or the person didn't care to take the time to check it. A résumé with errors will almost always get thrown out. Have someone else proofread the résumé. You know what the résumé should say but you can still miss an error. The life expectancy of a résumé in the business world is 30 seconds. For this reason, it is essential the materials you use to market yourself project the image you want.

8 Records Judging Criteria Appearance & Communication Skills Record is typed or neatly hand written. Ability to read without having to interpret or guess meaning. Completeness of sentences and number of grammatical errors. Facts and figures are correct. Response Quality Responses are to the point, informative, and pertain to the project. They show achievement and specific information learned. Record is complete. Quality of Learning Experience Evidence of expanded knowledge base, attitudes changed, and skills gained. Project was at a level appropriate to member age and abilities. Sharing Opportunities The member has taken the knowledge they have learned from their project and shared it with others through demonstrations, project talks, school projects, county fair projects, or one on one. Excellent Good Average Needs Improvement Organization The record book is bound in a cover, is well organized, and includes all items required: Cover Page, Table of Contents, Participation Summary and 4-H Story (Juniors), Records, Résumé (Seniors only), Portfolio - max 3 pages per record (Seniors only) Participation Summary Judging Criteria Appearance & Communication Skills Record is typed or neatly hand written. Ability to read without having to interpret or guess meaning. Completeness of sentences and number of grammatical errors. Facts and figures are correct. Response Quality Responses are to the point, informative, and pertain to the project. They show achievement and specific information learned. Participation The story gives detail as to what the member has learned in 4-H and why 4_H is important to them. The member lists participation in many club and county activities Sharing Opportunities The member has taken the knowledge they have learned from their project and shared it with others through demonstrations, project talks, school projects, etc. Leadership Opportunities The record shows that the member has participated in leadership opportunities in the club, county level, or in other non 4-H related activities. They may have held a club office, worked on a PDC, led an activity, etc.

9 Wright County Club Awards CLUB OF DISTINCTION Each year, one Wright County 4-H Club is awarded Club of Distinction and earns a pizza party for their club. The Club of Distinction award will be based on the following four judging criteria: Monthly Reporter Forms Turned in throughout the year, or due November 1 Club Treasurer s Book Due November 1 Club Secretary's Book - Due November 1 The Club of Distinction Score Sheet Due November 1 BLUE RIBBON CLUB AWARDS Top clubs will be chosen in each of the seven areas listed below. In order to apply as a "Blue Ribbon Club," have a junior or adult leader write up a paragraph or two (one sheet maximum) on what your club did in any or all of the areas in which you wish to be considered. We encourage 4-H clubs to have 4-H ers work on this as it is an easy way to get recognition for your club. Plus, we love to hear what you ve been up to all year! Submit one page per category by November 1 st : Participation in County Fair Participation at Federation meetings Records turned in Participation and activities during National 4-H Week Community Pride (community beautification) Community Service (specifically people oriented) SPROUTING AWARD The Sprouting Award goes to a small club (less than 30 members) that records the biggest growth in one year. Application for this award is not necessary; the Extension Office takes care of the calculations. BLOOMING AWARD This award is for the biggest growth in a large club (>30 members) during the current year. Application for this award is not necessary; the Extension Office takes care of the calculations. ROOTS AWARD The Roots Award is given to clubs that have 100% retention of first-year members into their second year. Application for this award is not necessary; the Extension Office takes care of the calculations.

10 Individual Awards and Scholarships BEST TREASURER S BOOK The treasurer of each club holds an important role in making sure that all financial business is seen to. Whether it is writing checks or determining the budget, the financial security of the club rests in the Treasurer s hands. The Treasurer s Book should contain: An accurate financial record of: o o All money received, including dues showing the source of the money and the date received. All money paid out showing to whom the money was paid, what it was paid for and the date of payment. Copies of receipts and canceled checks/bank statement. Deposit slips. Treasurer s report of money received, bills paid, and ending balance of all accounts given at each meeting. Annual 4-H Group Financial Report (the 4-H group should approve it). At the end of each 4-H year, the financial record must be reviewed/audited according to the process described in the Treasure s book. Following auditing, ALL club treasurer books must be turned in to the Extension Office for financial review. The treasurer with the best book will receive a special award! Treasurer s Book judging criteria: Was the book turned in on time? (10) Was the club treasury audited? (25) Was the Annual Financial Report completed? (25) (Front and back--also needed for club re-chartering process.) Is the book neat and easy to read? (10) Is the book complete? All sections filled out? o The Financial Ledger (10) o Treasurer Reports for each meeting (10) o Dues/Fees Record (10) Are funds deposited promptly? (10) Were all receipts and bills included in book? (10) Were all bank statements included in book? (10) Does the book balance to the financial statement and bank statements? (10) Did Treasurer Reports include specifically what all transactions were for? (10) (Specifically what was bought or where funds came from.) Received county approval for fund raisers? Is form included in book? (10) Does the club have two co-signers on all checks? (10) (Cannot be relatives.)

11 BEST SECRETARY S BOOK The Secretary s Book is an in-depth compilation of the club s happenings throughout the year, including meeting minutes, club correspondence, and participants in events. The organization and neatness of the secretary is important. Minutes Should Contain Name of group/club, hour, and place of meeting. Name of presiding officer and roll call, if taken. Business transacted: Each motion should be fully and accurately recorded, giving the exact wording of each motion, the name of the person making the motion, and an indication that it was seconded. The result of the vote should also be given. The result of votes for and against, if taken, should be recorded together with a statement of whether the motion was carried or lost. A statement that the meeting was adjourned. Signature and title of the person who records the minutes. All Club Secretaries are invited to turn in their books for judging. The Secretary with the best book will receive a special award! Secretary s Book judging criteria: Complete Introduction Attendance Minutes Completed Summary Participation Highlights Newspaper clippings, photos, etc TOTAL POINTS Points 10 points 10 points 50 points 10 points 10 points 10 points 10 points 110 points Points Earned BEST REPORTER FORMS Each month, the reporter is in charge of making sure that information about their club is submitted to the county Extension Office. The reporter also submits information to the local newspaper and promotes 4-H in a positive way. The best club reporter will receive a special award! YOUTH LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP Each year the Federation sponsors Youth Leadership Scholarships for graduating 4-H members. The winners receive $100. Seniors must fill out an application form included in the forms section of this packet.

12 KEY AWARD The Key Award is a very special honor given to a 4-H er who displays all-around excellence in 4-H and community life. The award, sponsored by 4-H Federation, recognizes the winner s achievements as key to positive youth development. Eligibility First, you must meet these basic requirements: Must have completed your sophomore year in high school. Be a 4-H member for at least five years. Have at least three years of active 4-H youth leadership, as defined below. Your leadership experience must meet seven of these nine requirements: 1. During the past three years, you must have attended at least nine meetings for youth and/or adult leaders and shared the information with your club. They can be county leader, Federation or council meetings, cluster or district youth leader meetings, demonstration workshops, etc. You cannot count a county fair, Share-the-Fun, or demonstration contest. 2. You must have been a leader in your local club in at least three of these four ways: Worked closely with at least two younger 4-H members. Led six or more 4-H-related activities such as club tours, picnics, or Share-the-Fun. Served as youth project leader in all or part of a 4-H project. Led a community service project on conservation of natural resources, self-protection issues, etc. 3. You must have held two club or county 4-H offices (president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, or reporter.) 4. You must have served on countywide committees or helped at countywide events at least six times during the past three years. 5. You must have completed work in at least three project areas other than youth leadership. 6. You must have entered exhibits in 4-H competition for at least four years, showing evidence of quality work by earning some blue ribbons. You must show evidence of exhibits in youth leadership. 7. You must have served as a county and/or state 4-H Ambassador for two years. 8. You must have participated for a total of two years in three special 4-H learning experiences, such as judging contests, Share-the-Fun, communications programs, 4-H camps, Leadership Conferences, Project Focus, or Community Pride. 9. You must have acquainted others with 4-H by giving talks to non-4-h groups, appearing on radio or TV programs, writing news articles, or recruiting new members or leaders. Members who qualify must fill out an application form included in the forms section of this packet.

13 I DARE YOU! AWARD The book I Dare You! was written by William H. Danforth from his personal experience. He challenged young people to their highest potential; to aspire, to attain influential lives of service and good citizenship. The I Dare You! award was created to recognize 4-H youth who attain this goal. Criteria of the Award Must be an active Wright County 4-H member who has completed two years as a junior leader Show evidence of outstanding leadership in 4-H at the club and county level based on recommendations of one or more adult club leaders Must have been a high school junior or senior in past school year Members who qualify must be nominated using the form included in the forms section of this packet. PROJECT SHOWCASE AWARDS The Project Showcase awards are designed to reward 4-H ers for all-around achievement in certain project areas. It recognizes 4-H ers who have participated above and beyond in a particular project at the county and state levels, done project talks or demonstrations, or completed project records in the area. Members who wish to apply must fill out an application form included in the forms section of this packet. Each 4-H er may only apply once, so they should select the project area in which they feel they achieved the most in this year. The top ten youth (one per project area) will be recognized with a special prize! FRIEND OF 4 H AWARDS 4-H ers and leaders are encouraged to nominate one volunteer and one supporter annually for the following Friend of 4-H Awards (individuals are chosen based on a nomination and voted on by the Awards Committee). Outstanding Volunteer We are lucky to have great volunteers in 4-H, which help to make our organization prosper. While it is impossible to thank them all, Wright County 4-H picks one outstanding volunteer to recognize annually with this award. 4 H Supporter The Friend of 4-H Award is given to an individual or group of individuals, or organization who have significantly contributed to the Wright County 4-H Federation.

14 FORMS SECTION

15 Wright County Project Showcase Awards Due: November 1st 4 H ers work hard and learn all year round, so we wanted to create an award to recognize that year round involvement! Please complete the requested information below to be considered for this year s project showcase awards! Each 4 H er may only apply once, so please select the project area in which you feel you achieved the most in this year. The top ten youth (one per project area) will be recognized at our November awards banquet and will receive a special prize! Name: Grade: Project: Please indicate which of the following you were involved IN THIS PROJECT AREA during the year and tell us a little about it (attach additional sheets as necessary): County Fair Exhibit Yes No Describe experience: State Event Participation (State Fair, State Shoot, etc.) Yes No Describe experience: Project Sharing (demo, project talk, etc.) Yes No Describe experience: Project Records Yes No Describe experience:

16 Project Learning (project bowl, club speaker, project workshop, etc.) Yes No Describe experience: Other County Leadership/Volunteering (need not be project related) Yes No Describe all experience(s): Please submit your entry to the Wright County Extension office by November 9 th by mail: 10 2 nd St NW, Buffalo, MN 55313, fax: , or mnext

17 'I DARE YOU!' LEADERSHIP AWARD The "I Dare You!" award will be presented at the Annual Awards Recognition Night. Award recipients receive a copy of the book I Dare You!. The book I Dare You! was written by William H. Danforth from his personal experience. He challenged young people to their highest potential; to aspire, to attain influential lives of service and good citizenship. Mr. Danforth was one of the founders of the American Youth Foundation, and he and his wife established the Danforth Foundation as a major educational and community service philanthropic institution. He was particularly interested in 4-H youth. Criteria of the Award 1. An active Wright County 4-H member who has completed two years as a junior leader 2. Has shown evidence of outstanding leadership in 4-H at the club and county level 3. Based on recommendations of one or more adult club leaders 4. Must have been a high school junior or senior in past school year Nominee Name: Club: Comments on leadership qualities, academic achievements, athletic or physical activities, school or community involvement, general character, integrity, etc. which were considered in making this selection: Adult Leader's Signature

18 Minnesota 4-H Key Award Application Study this report form carefully before filling in the blanks. It should be written in ink or typed. Name Male Female (please print name as you wish it to appear on certificate) County Your current grade in school Number of years in 4-H Address street city state zip Date and year of birth Number of years in youth leadership Name of parent or guardian Name of your 4-H club Mark X in boxes below if requirements are met. I. BASIC REQUIREMENTS The following 3 items must be met. 1. Completed sophomore year in high school 2. Completed five years in 4-H. 3. Completed three years as a youth leader. II. OTHER REQUIREMENTS Must meet 7 of the following 9 items. All requirements under each item must be met. 1. Attended during the past three years at least nine training meetings for adult and/or youth leaders where you received ideas and information to take back to your club. These meetings could include county leader federation or council meetings; county cluster or district youth leader meetings; demonstration workshops; etc. DO NOT include events such as County Fair, Share-the-Fun, demonstration contests, etc. Year Kind of Meeting Training Received

19 2. Gave defined leadership assistance to your local club in at least three of the following ways. DO NOT include offices held. a. Worked closely with at least two younger members to help them become active 4-H ers. How did you help them? How did they show definite growth in their work? Explain. b. Gave leadership to at least six 4-H related activities such as helping to plan and conduct a club tour, skating party, yearly program planning, booth or banner, float or Share-the-Fun planning, 4-H promotional campaign, etc. Describe your leadership responsibilities for each. DO NOT include community service projects here. Club Activity Your Leadership Responsibility c. Served as a youth project leader in teaching part or all of some 4-H project. Describe project leadership work done. Number of project meetings held, etc. d. Help plan and conduct one or more community service projects related to Conservation of Natural Resources, Self-Protection Issues in Health and Safety, such as Alcohol Decisions program, environment, water quality, Community Pride and Service to Community programs, etc. Activity Your Leadership Role

20 3. Held two or more Club or county 4-H offices. (Includes president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer and reporter.) List 4-H offices held. Level Office Year 4. Served on committees or helped at events at least six times in the past three years. Committees and events must be countywide or larger in scope. For example, a member may have been on a county home economics committee, served as an assistant superintendent at the county fair, or served on the planning committee of a district or cluster youth leadership workshop during the past three years. Members employed by the Center for 4-H Youth Development to help at the state 4-H events may not include the work for which they were paid. List committees and/or events and give your responsibilities. Committee or Event Your Responsibility Committee or Event Your Responsibility Committee or Event Your Responsibility Committee or Event Your Responsibility Committee or Event Your Responsibility Committee or Event Your Responsibility 5. Complete project work in at least three different projects other than youth leadership. 6. Entered exhibits in 4-H competition at least FOUR DIFFERENT years. Must show evidence of quality work with some placings in the blue ribbon group, and must show evidence of exhibits in youth leadership. EXHIBITS: Year Project Placing

21 7. Participated two different years as a County and/or State 4-H Ambassador. County or State County or State 8. Participated two different years in three special 4-H learning experiences, such as judging contests, Share-the-Fun, communications program, 4-H camps, YELLO, District Retreats, Citizenship Washington Focus, Community Pride, demonstrations, etc. Learning Experience Learning Experience Learning Experience Learning Experience 9. Helped acquaint others with the 4-H program gave talks before non-4-h groups, appeared on radio or TV programs, write news articles, recruited new members and leaders, etc. (List two or more different things.) CERTIFICATION I have reviewed this application and believe it to be correct. 4-H Club Organizational Leader or Lead 4-H Youth Development Extension Educator 4-H Youth Leadership Project Leader The University of Minnesota Extension Service is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status or sexual orientation. Updated November, 11

22 WRIGHT COUNTY 4-H YOUTH LEADERSHIP AWARD APPLICATION $100 Cash awards for graduating 4-Hers Name Club 1) Leadership demonstrated in club including offices held, committee responsibilities, etc. 2) Leadership responsibilities in county 4-H programs including project trainings, offices, program participation, etc. 3) Leadership and involvement in state, national, or international 4-H programs 4) Leadership demonstrated in school, church, and community activities 5) Highlights of 4-H career, including trips earned, awards received, or favorite experiences 6) Why do you deserve this scholarship?

23 4-H Club of Distinction Scoring Sheet Club Year Due November 1 Attendance at club meetings (do not include college students or those away from home) Attendance at Federation meetings by adults or junior leaders Share the Fun Club Act Promotion during National 4 H Week Additional Promotion during the 4 H year Demonstration at Club Meetings Points % of those who attended at least 6 meetings 2 points per meeting 10 points 10 points 10 points 4 H tour or equivalent (project day, mini fair, etc.) 10 points Community Pride Project (community beautification) Community Service Project (community service) Club Project Meetings Club County Fair Exhibit Officer training County Fair participants % of members who did a demo points points 3 points per meeting 3 points per exhibit % of members who exhibited 4 H Communication Contest Participants Share the Fun Talent Contest Act Demonstration at County Demo Day Project Bowl participants Judging Team participant Exchange participants Wright Hennepin participants (youth only) State Fair Trips Camp Counselors (Residence or day camp) BLU Participants YELLO Participants Project related camps State Horse Show participants State Dog Show participants State Shoot participants State Arts In participants Federation Officers/Advisory Council (youth only) State Ambassador County Ambassador County Arts In participants Citizen Washington Focus Clowning Project Participants Record Judging Participants Youth County Extension Committee members Club Secretary Book Points Treasurer Book Points Reporter Forms 3 points per participant 3 points per participant 3 points per participant Points Earned TOTAL POINTS

24 Due: November 1 Friend of 4-H Nomination Form Each year, the Wright County 4-H ers honor one 4-H Volunteer and one non-4-h individual/group/organization that has made outstanding contributions to 4-H members. If your club would like to nominate someone for this award, please submit information about the contributions made by this group or individual. Name of Nominee or Organization Please write a short description of contributions and accomplishments of your nominee. These contributions should have had county-wide impact and have taken place over a period of years. Submitted by

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