Cover Page for Everyone - One per person

Market Animals (Hog, Lamb, Steer)
     Jr. (age 9-13)
     Sr. (age 14-18)

Foods (Breads, General Foods, Food Preservation, County Ham))
     Jr. (age 9-13)
     Sr. (age 14-18)

Science (Electric, Energy, Entomology, Forestry, Geology, Honey, Weather, Wood Science)
     Jr. (age 9-13)
     Sr. (age 14-18)

Companion Animals (Cat, Dog, Horse, Poultry, Rabbit)
     Jr. (age 9-13)
     Sr. (age 14-18)

Production Animals (Dairy Cattle, Goat, Production Beef, Production Sheep)
     Jr. (age 9-13)
     Sr. (age 14-18)

Arts/Miscellaneous (Arts & Crafts, Cake Decorating, Communication & Leadership,Fine Arts, Miscellaneous, Photography)
     Jr. (age 9-13)
     Sr. (age 14-18)

Gardening (Crops, Flowers, Horticulture/Plant Science, Vegetables, Tobacco, Vegetables)
     Jr. (age 9-13)
     Sr. (age 14-18)

Home Economics (Sewing, Consumer & Financial Ed., Home Environment, Needlework: Crochet, Embroidery, Knitting, Lacework-Tatting, Needlepoint, Quilting)
     Jr. (age 9-13)
     Sr. (age 14-18)

 

 

 

Text for ADA compliance:  Record Books.  Record books provide connectivity for various parts of any    4-H project.  In Kenton County, record books are required for participation in 4-H categories at the county fair. Be certain to include the current rubric (Project Record Book and Story Rubric) used for grading record books and the categories to be judged.  A record book may be obtained from the Kenton County Extension Office, downloaded and filled out with the computer, or printed off and filled out by hand from the choices below.

All Record Books must be logged in by a secretary, agent or record book committee volunteer before the deadline set by the Record Book Committee.  See newsletter for deadline date.