4-H Project Completion
There are three parts to completing a 4-H project.
1. Project Book: Each member must complete the project book according to the project guidelines provided in the book. Many 4-H project books are designed to be completed over a two or three year period with the member completing 6 or 7 activities from the book each year. Please follow the guidelines for completion as they are outlined in your project book.
Some 4-H projects also require the member to complete a record guide in addition to the project book. If your project book mentions a record guide, but you did not receive one with your project book, please let your 4-H leader know as soon as possible. If you have questions about the project book completion requirements, contact your 4-H leader or the WVU Roane Extension Office. For information about the 4-H projects offered in West Virginia, please follow the link below:
2012-13 WV Guide to 4-H Projects
2. Project Exhibit: Each member must create an exhibit for display at the Black Walnut Festival. Project books or score sheets provide specific details about how to make your project exhibit. If your project book requires a score sheet, it should have been inserted into your project book before you received it; however, sometimes, the score sheets become separated from the book. If you need a copy of your score sheet, please contact your leader, the WVU Roane Extension Office, or follow the link below to print the appropriate project score sheet:
4-H Project Score Sheets
3. Activity Record: Each member should complete an activity record for the current 4-H year. The activity record provides information about your participation and involvement in 4-H activities throughout the year.
4-H exhibits from previous years: