Record Books & Posters
Record Books, Demonstrations and Educational Display Posters are all part of the 4-H experience. These activities help members to develop life skills that encourage confidence, exploration and creativity. If you have any questions about these requirements, please contact Anna or use the contact us page to send us your questions.
Clallam County 4-H Record Books are an integral part of the educational experience of 4-H, giving youth the opportunity to practice goal setting, budgeting, and more. Pure Country Members use the Clallam County Record Book that can be found here.
Please understand that you may NOT participate in the Clallam County Fair as a 4-H’er if you do not turn in an UP TO DATE Record Book on or before the July General Meeting. In order to complete your 4H-H year, be eligible for awards and scholarships, you must turn in a completed record book on or before the General Meeting in September.
Unfortunately, the county does not allow any exceptions when it comes to record books and your participation as a 4-H member at our County Fair year-end completion. Members requesting accommodations should notify their club leader or the Extension office.
While the county does not require Cloverbuds to complete a record book, Pure Country requires Clover Buds to complete a book to the best of their ability for fair participation.
COUNTY RECORD BOOK FORMS
Download the County Record Books forms and get started on your record book today. Fair sneaks up quickly and it is easiest to take a few minutes each week to keep your book up to date.
Pure Country members who exhibit their projects at the Clallam County Fair are strongly encouraged to create Educational Posters to be displayed in the barn at fair. This helps the barn superintendents decorate the barns and it shows the public some of the amazing things you have learned over the course of the year.
Posters must be turned in to your club leader at the July General Meeting. All posters to be judged must have a 4-H Building Green Sheet attached. Poster judging is completed prior to fair. Posters must be done by the 4-H member in their current project area(s). Limit 2 posters per project area.