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4-H Record Books and Clover Awards

Record Books

4-H record books help you keep organized by detailing information about your project(s). You should complete a record book each year that you participate in any project. Each 4-H member needs to complete a 4-H record book and submit it in July. All Record Books and Clover Awards are to be submitted printed out in a folder or binder to the 4-H office. 

The Four Parts of a Record Book

1. The Project Report
2. The Project Story
3. Project Photos 
4. Educational / Supportive Documents

General 4-H Project Reports (any project can use a general 4-H project report)

My Cloverbud 4-H Project Summary

Junior 4-H Project Report

Intermediate 4-H Project Report

Senior 4-H Project Report

Clover Awards

Clover awards is an award system that recognizes all 4-H'ers who participate for their achievements!

What Is Expected of 4-H Members? 

The various levels of standards are listed in each age category by the following levels: BRONZE, SILVER, GOLD, and EMERALD Clover Awards. The expectations become greater as the 4-H member matures through Cloverbud, Junior, Intermediate and Senior levels. The levels of standards are based on participation in the 4-H program at the County, District, State, and National 4-H events, as well as Leadership, Citizenship and Community Service project areas.

4-H Clover Awards Information Packet  

Cloverbuds - 4-H Clover Awards Application

Juniors - 4-H Clover Awards Application

Intermediate - 4-H Clover Award Application

Senior - 4-H Clover Awards Application

For more information about 4-H in Duval County,  call: (904) 255-7450 or email the 4-H Office.