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.
2022-2023 Record Book Forms (be sure to read the manual for instructions on how to fill out. Sections 2-5 2022-2023 Forms
Annual Project Report 2022-2023- Section 4 Section 4
Leadership Development Report, Jr & Teen Leader, 2022-2023- Section 6 Section 6-Leadership Report
Senior Resume, 2022-2023- Section 7 Section 7
The latest Record Book Manual is Here!
California 4-H Record Book Manual for Youth members Manual
"Where Does it go on my PDR?"2021-22 guide Where Does it go on my PDR 2021-2022
Still need help with your Record Book? Go to our county YouTube Channel: Inyo Mono 4-H Youth Program: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1K1H27hI0VFnUuRTOhjptg
Callie has created a series of short workshop videos to help guide you through the process.
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.