4-H storya history of 4-H club work
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National Committee on Boys and Girls Club Work , Chicago
National 4-H Service Committee., 4-H clubs -- His
|Statement||by Franklin M. Reck.|
|LC Classifications||HS3313.F62 R4 1951a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||308 p. :|
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The 4-H experience creates amazing tales best told by those who lived them. 4-H Stories from the Heart offers a wide variety of stories by current and former 4-H'ers, volunteers, and professionals; some as young as six years old and others eighty plus. The stories are sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, and often inspiring, but they all come from the heart.5/5(12).
MY 4-H STORY. By Mia Herrera. It is safe to say that 4-H has more than just impacted my life. It has given me opportunities that would enhance my leadership and citizenship skills, and it has also shaped me into the person I have become.
4-H has provided life skill s and given me the confidence to take responsibility in preparation for a successful future, in both my career and helping others.E-mail: [email protected] The 4-H story;: A history of 4-H club work Hardcover – by Franklin M Reck (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Franklin M Reck.
4-H is a lot of fun and I hope to stay in it for a long time. Sample Intermediate 4-H Story Now you might look at my summary record and think I‟m not carrying a lot of 4-H projects, butFile Size: 82KB.
good summary leaves the reader with a positive feeling about your story This is your chance to express your more creative side, as well as your writing abilities. Your 4-H Story is your personal account of what 4-H means to you. The right mood doesn’t have to mean the day before record books are due!File Size: KB.
Sample 4-H Project Story Guidelines The 4-H story should be the fun part. Here is where you can tell about fun things that happened and what you learned from them. In general, your story should have 2 parts: Part 1 about the specific project and Part 2 about your experiences in 4-H outside of the project All stories should be 1 page or Size: KB.
A possible outline for your 4-H Story (use complete sentences): I. Introduction A. Name B. Town you live in C. Family Members D. Pets E. Hobbies II. General 4-H Participation A. In 4-H this year, I participated in.(activities) B.
My favorite(s) was/were _____, because. Share how 4-H changed your life. Help kids have the same great 4-H experience - inspire them to try something new, dare to fail and never give up.
Telling your 4-H Story is an important part of reflecting on the growth and experiences of each year. This record allows you to share your 4-H story for the year. 4-H Youth Development. 4-H Record Books serve a variety of purposes: 4-H Record Book Guidelines Telling your 4-H Story is an important part of reflecting on the growth and experiences of each year.
This record allows you to share your 4-H story for the year. 4-H Youth Development. 4‑H Youth In Action Awards Scholarships for youth impacting their communities.
Citizenship Washington Focus. Leadership Washington Focus. National 4‑H Conference. Salute to Excellence Awards.
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Join the Alumni Community. Alumni Resources. Meet Our Alumni. 4‑H Luminaries Celebrating our influential 4-H alumni.
Share Your Story. How to Write a 4-H Story Part I is the Introduction: o Tell who you are. o How old are you. o Who are your parents.
o Do you have any brothers or sisters. o Where do you live.
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o Where do you go to school. o How did you find out about 4-H. o What are some of you favorite things to do. Add anything else you think would be interesting about you. All Frederick County 4-H members, except Clovers or first year members, are required to complete a 4-H Record Book to be eligible to participate in any 4-H activities the following year.
However, even clovers and first year members are encouraged to complete a record book to gain experience. Guidelines for Writing Your 4-H Story ½ page REQUIRED for Gatesign (Completing a record for 1st time) 1 - 3 pages REQUIRED for: Participation, Bronze, Silver, or Gold You may hand-write up to three pages on notebook paper, or you may type up to three pages, double-spaced.
Use a font size of 12 point or larger for typed stories. How to Write Your 4-H Story The following may help you in developing your story.
It is divided into parts merely to help you outline what you want to say about yourself. DO NOT identify these parts in your story. L Part 1: Introduce yourself - include your age, interests, parents, brothers and sisters, where you live, where you go to school.
4-H Record Book Competitions A “Verification” book to receive a County Star Rank award Record Book samples. Here are a number of samples of various Record Book forms and elements. These are examples based upon age and interest. Review but understand that each member should use their own words.
My story sample 10 yr old boy. 4-H Record Books encourage members to set goals and develop plans to meet those goals. Completion of the Personal Development Report awards 4-H members for participation in 4-H activities, which provides an incentive for participation, learning, and achievement.
Completing a 4-H Record Book is a process where 4-H members record project and club.
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4-H is the premier youth development program. 4‑H programs are grounded in the belief that kids learn best by doing.
Explore What You Can Do with 4-H. We have clubs, projects, and camps for kids interested in a wide variety of topics. Find out what we have to offer.
Citizenship / Leadership. Science & Technology. University Avenue. 4-H STORY Your 4-H story is an important part of your record book. This outline may help you in writing your story. Remember in our county your story should not be more than 3 pages. OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm: Contents: The roots go deep --New life in rural schools --Years of the valiant pioneers --The cloverleaf pin appears --The government sponsors a corn club --Corn clubs take hold in the South --Washington meets the corn champions --Canning clubs get under way --The cloverleaf goes national --Club work grows in.
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