Since the early 1900's, 4-H Record Books have been judged annually. Initially, competitions focused on project skill development, primarily in agricultural areas.
Now, 4-H Record Book competitions evaluate members' leadership, development, citizenship activities and personal growth as well as project proficiency. 4-H Record Books may be judged at the parish or state levels.
The purpose of Record Book Competition are to:
Provide an incentive to members to record their project work and personal achievement in their 4-H Record Book.
Provide 4-H members with feedback and encouragement about their 4-H project skills development, leadership, and citizenship development and record-keeping skills.
Recognize members for outstanding 4-H work.
Please click the link below for the results of the 2015 Iberia Parish Record Book competition.