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4-H Record Book Forms

Inyo & Mono Counties 4-H Record Book Forms

The California 4-H Youth Development Program has a long history of record-keeping as an activity for 4-H members. In early 4-H history, record books focused on project profit and loss in agricultural and home economics projects. As 4-H moved from a primarily agricultural focus to encompassing suburban and urban clubs, the record book process evolved as well.

As you complete your Record Book for this 4-H year, take a moment and imagine a 4-H member almost 100 years ago also sitting down at a table and completing their Record Book. You are part of a historic tradition!

 

 

Paper Record Book Forms

Click on the following links to download your record book forms.

2016-2017 Record Book Forms (all Sections) (RB forms 16-17)

Annual Project Report 2016-2017- Section 4 (Annual Project Report- 2016-2017)

Leadership Development Report, Jr & Teen Leader, 2016-2017- Section 6 (Leadership Report- 2016-2017)

Senior Resume, 2016-2017- Section 74-H Resume - Seniors only-2016-2017

The latest Record Book Manual is Here! 

California 4-H Record Book Manual for Youth members (2016-2017 RB Youth Manual)

 

"Where Does it go on my PDR?"2015-16 guide (Where Does it go on my PDR 2015-2016)

 

Mini-Member Record Book

Primary Member Record Books do not get judged. Competitive events are not appropriate for five- to eight-year-olds. Mini-members are invited to fill out this form  and save it in their Record Book binder to keep a complete record of their time in 4-H. When a 4-H member turns nine or is in the fourth grade, they become a Junior 4-H member and will then be able to complete a 4-H Record Book, and have their work judged at the club and county level. Click on the link below to download and print the Mini-Member Record Book.

Primary Member Record Book

 

4-H Online Record Book

The 4-H Record Book has undergone transformations over the years to ensure that it meets the needs of our 4-H members. Now, it is online! This newest transformation will re-engage young people through a new, fun, interactive format that offers social networking opportunities for members and volunteers within clubs.

Login to the 4-H Online Record Book Here:
http://4horb.weebly.com/

Trouble logging in? Click here for help.

 

Logging on for the first time?  Here are the complete instructions and FAQ's:

How to login to the ORB

 

How To print your ORB reports before you submit them:

How to print without submitting

 

Choosing your Primary Club on ORB:

Choosing Primary Club

Webmaster Email: sldennis@ucanr.edu