Project Record Book County Deadline (2/23)

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Join Person County 4-H for a Project Record Book Drop-In Session this Thursday, February 8th. Drop into the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Person County Center  (304 S. Morgan St., Room 165, Roxboro, NC 27573) any time between the hours of 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to ask questions, get advice, or even just to have a place to work on your record books. 4-H Agent, Lexi Swick, will be there to help. You will also have the chance to pick up a complimentary Member’s Record folder and get at least one of the required signatures.

Project Record Books are due to the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Person County Center no later than Friday, February 23rd at 5 p.m. (Rooms 123 or 159). Project Record Books are records of a youth’s participation in 4-H over the last year. This year, 4-H’ers will submit books on their work in 4-H in 2023. No late entries will be accepted.

There is a wide variety of categories to which youth can submit Project Record Books, including animal science, communication arts, science & technology, plant science, and more. Record books are also divided into age categories and follow a specific template that can be found on the NC 4-H Awards & Incentives website.

Please reach out to the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Person County Center with any questions.

Detailed information on the Project Record Book Drop-In Session. Contact aswick@ncsu.edu for more information.