Camden’s Project Record Book District Achievements

— Written By Ali Huber and last updated by

4-H logo imageRecord-keeping is a valuable life skill that youth need throughout their life. Record books are a great way for youth to develop this important skill and reflect on their work on a subject over the span of a year.

Youth’s 4-H project records include reflecting on role models and what has been learned, their 4-H story, the activities they completed in their project focus, leadership, citizenship, community service activities, awards, and goal setting.

Their work shows their development, what they have learned, and serves as an important resource for applying for scholarships, college, and creating resumes. Furthermore, they demonstrate a culmination of a lot of hard work and time invested into project topics that youth are passionate about.

This year record books from 10 Camden County youth were submitted to the District for competition! We congratulate everyone on their hard work. Below are the results for the Camden youth:

Record books chart imageYouth’s project record books can be picked up at the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Camden County office during the business hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday- Friday.

If you have a youth passionate about a topic contact the office to help get your youth working on exciting activities they are interested in. They can then submit a project record book and potentially win!