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f. Back to the Basics Training Presented and Created by: Micah Holcombe, CEA 4-H, Bell County. So what is a 4-H recordbook?. Recordbooks are great ways to keep records of your 4-H career. They are fun to look at when you graduate! Provides many opportunities for awards and scholarships!

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    1. f Back to the Basics Training Presented and Created by: Micah Holcombe, CEA 4-H, Bell County

    2. So what is a 4-H recordbook? • Recordbooks are great ways to keep records of your 4-H career. • They are fun to look at when you graduate! • Provides many opportunities for awards and scholarships! • Help you with filling out scholarships and awards. • If you win with your state recordbook, you win a trip to Washington, DC!

    3. Where do you begin? • Determine your main project- typically your favorite project and one you have the most project experiences, leadership, and community service. • Write down your other projects and rank them from least important to most important. • Keep records of your projects and activities-4-H and non 4-H. • Expand on your 4-H projects.

    4. Ways to keep records • Calendar Method: Buy a calendar and write down EVERYTHING you do something in your 4-H projects. • Leadership- helping a friend or helping lead at a 4-H event • Community Service- 4-H activities and non 4-H activities • Project learning experiences • Workshops and clinics

    5. Ways to expand on your records • Take pictures of everything you do in 4-H • Take action shots of you doing things especially leadership, community service, and learning about your project. • Work leadership and community service • Help friends • Take leadership responsibilities • Work on leading and taking part in member lead community service.

    6. What to do next? • Go to www.4hreports.com • Start working on your personal information page • Add activities as you go! Preferably each month so you do not forget them. (You will have to enter specific dates now). • Keep a calendar of those events/activities you do if you do not update the reports.

    7. Other ways to help you with your recordbook • Attend the recordbooktrainings- April 18th • Ask others who have completed a recordbook to look over theirs for ideas on how to do a recordbook. • Look at Bell County and State recordbookwebsite: http://agrilife.org/bell4h/4-h-activities/recordbooks/ - County http://texas4-h.tamu.edu/youth_recordbooks - State • Take tutorial on recordbook website.

    8. Past Categories - 39 • Aquatic Science • Beef • Citizenship & Civic Education • Clothing and Textiles • Communication & Expressive Arts Open • Conservation of Natural Resources • Consumer & Family Science Open • Consumer Education • Dairy • Energy Management • Entomology • Environmental Sciences Open • Family Life • Food & Nutrition • Forestry • Gardening & Horticulture • Goat • Health • Healthy Lifestyles Open • Horse • Housing & Home Environment • Leadership • Personal Development/Leadership Open • Photography • Plant & Soil Science • Plants and Animals OpenPoultry • Public Speaking • Rabbit • Range Management • Recreation • Safety • Science & Technology Open • Sheep • Shooting Sports • Sportfishing • Swine • Veterinary Science • Wildlife & Fisheries Red indicates proposed merging into another category. Blue indicates a category that will be renamed.

    9. New Categories - 31 • Beef • Citizenship & Civic Education • Clothing and Textiles • Communication & Expressive Arts • Companion Animal • Consumer Education • Dairy • Entomology • Family Life • Food & Nutrition • Gardening & Horticulture • Goat • Health • Horse • Housing & Home Environment • Leadership • Natural Resources • Personal Development • Photography • Plant & Soil Science • Poultry • Public Speaking • Rabbit • Recreation • Safety • Science, Engineering, & Technology • Sheep • Shooting Sports • Swine • Veterinary Science • Wildlife & Fisheries

    10. 2012-2013 Changes • Make minor edits to forms and guide • Make more user friendly • Consolidate categories and create descriptions • Develop recordbook judging resources • Guides to help prepare judges for county, district, and state judging • Online system items to address: • Archive old forms • Post 2012-13 forms • Better printing output • Conduct workshop(s) for CEAs • Develop additional “how to” videos • Develop one page tip sheets for CEAs and club managers • Update Family Guide to better match form expectations

    11. Dates to Remember: • Next Recordbook Training: April 18, 2013 • Recordbook Drafts Due: June 3, 2013 (email is best so I can make changes that way) • Recordbooks Due: June 17, 2013 When you turn in your recordbooks, you will receive your binder! No binders will be given out before you turn them in for the final due date!

    12. Comments from Recordbook Participants!

    13. Any questions?

    14. www.4hreports.comorhttp://agrilife.org/bell4h/4-h-activities/recordbooks/www.4hreports.comorhttp://agrilife.org/bell4h/4-h-activities/recordbooks/

    15. THE END!