Project Record Books

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Project Record Books teach youth the important life skill of recordkeeping. In addition, project records help youth learn to set goals, make plans, and communicate and summarize events. When completing a Project Record Book, youth will be responsible for completing a task and evaluating information to market personal skills which will aid in future resumes and application forms.

Project Record Books are available for ages 5-18, with 9-18 year olds able to compete at county, district, and state levels. Those that win at district and state will receive a monetary prize.

Project Book forms can be found online at:

Or picked up at the Extension Office.

Project Record Books for the 2016 year are due to the Extension Office December 30th. We will offer several opportunities for youth to come by the office for help. REMINDER: Any youth wanting to compete (ages 9-18) in the 2017 Tyrrell County Livestock Show must complete a Project Record Book by the due date. Only COMPLETE books will be accepted.

Workshops will be offered:

October 26th 3:15-4:15    ***Postponed to Oct. 27th***

November 23rd 3:15-4:15   ***Rescheduled for Nov. 9th***

December 7th 3:15-4:15

**Please sign youth up to attend these workshops to give us a headcount for each.

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Photo of Lauren NelsonLauren NelsonExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development (252) 796-1581 (Office) lauren_nelson@ncsu.eduTyrrell County, North Carolina
Updated on Oct 25, 2016
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