RECORD BOOKS
 

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Importance of Record Keeping
  • Records provide the opportunity for members to establish goals and evaluate how they are doing.
  • Records provide members a basis for determining actions and making decisions.
  • Records help members and leaders evaluate what was learned and performed.
  • Records show additional challenges that the member faced and how they handle these challenges
  • Record keeping preserves the memories and satisfactions from a successful club year.
  • Record keeping helps leaders evaluate a memberís progress and readiness for recognition awards.
  • Records can help parents know project goals and thus, become better helpers for their children.

    Record book completion is required to receive county awards. 

Record Book Annual Report - pdf form

Record Book Annual Report - Word form

Record Book Accumulative Report - word form

Record Book Accumulative Report - pdf form

1-5-10 Year, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Citizenship, Leadership, Key Award Form Application - Word form

1-5-10-Bronze-Silver-Gold-Citizenship-Leadership-Key-AwardApps.pdf - pdf form

Shooting Sports Scores Form - word form


Spooting Sports Record Book Annual Report - Word form

Shooting Sports Record Book Accumulative Report - Word form

Horse/Rodeo Record Book Annual Report - word form
Horse/Rodeo Record Book Annual Report - pdf form

Horse/Rodeo Record Book Accumulative Report - Word form
Horse/Rodeo Record Book Accumulative Report - pdf form

 

Audra Scheel, 4-H/Youth Advisor
Sherryl Rankin, Secretary
 

 Phone: (605) 796-4380
Email: Sanborn.County@sdstate.edu

PO Box 397
Woonsocket SD  57385-0397


 

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