- By April Bowman
- Posted Thursday, May 22, 2014
Forsyth 4-H'ers Win Medals for Record Keeping
Every January, 4-H members turn in a record of their project work from the previous year. Those books are evaluated at the county level and the winners advance to district competition. The books include their goals for the year, their accomplishments, a story and a scrapbook. Those youth ages 11-18 also add Citizenship, Leadership and Community Service activities to the books. Project books do not advance to state competition.
Youth ages 13-18 are allowed to compile three years worth of work in one project area into a portfolio to be evaluated. These books also advance to district competition and the winner from each of the five Cooperative Extension districts advance to state competition. It is obvious that Forsyth County was well represented! View the results here.