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4-H Forms

Record Books and Award Applications

Record book cover sheet

Link to Record Keeping and Project Report Forms:

  • Personal Information Page
  • Permanent Record
  • Junior, Intermediate, and Senior General and Animal Project Report Forms

Alternate Forms for Project Completion:

Chisholm Trail District 4-H Awards and Recognition

Age Divisions

• Three age divisions: junior (7-9 years), intermediate (10-13 years), and senior (14+ years)

• Junior and intermediate division will be judged by the county awards and recognition committee.  Dickinson County senior division will be judged by Marion County, Marion County senior division will be judged by Dickinson County.  

• Those 13 year olds who will be 14 for the next 4-H year may choose to participate in the senior division, but must use the 14 years+ form

Forms and Scoring

• 4-Hers are to use the Project Report form that is designed for their age group (7-9 year olds, 10 -13 year olds, and 14+ years) and project area (general or animal).

·         The Simplified Kansas 4-H Record form may be used for project completion related to Achievement Pin requirements, but will not be judged.  

• Organizational leaders will submit records for judging and indicate those projects that are to be evaluated.

• All submitted project records will be scored on the Danish system (purple, blue, red, white) utilizing the Kansas 4-H Project Report Evaluation Score Sheet. Those receiving purples or blues in each project will be ranked. 

·         In Dickinson County, medals will be awarded to the top ranked equal to 10% of the number of youth in the project, in that age division. Ribbons will be awarded to those receiving blues or purples who do not receive a medal.  

·         In Marion County, medals will be awarded to the top ranked equal to 10% of the number of youth in the project, in that age division. Ribbons will be awarded to those receiving blues or purples who do not receive a medal.  

• The top book in each project from the senior division in each county will be eligible to advance to area screening.  The top two books in a project area from a single county will advance if there is not a senior book available from the other county.  

• Bucket calf is only available in the junior and intermediate divisions

Record Book Organization

  • Dickinson County records will be organized in one book with tabbed dividers:
    • Personal Information Page
    • Project Report Form(s) arranged alphabetically (simplified Kansas 4-H record may be included for those projects not being judged)
    • Permanent Record
  • Marion County records will be organized in individual folders by single projects:
    • Personal Information Page
    • Project Report Form
    • Permanent Record (begin with the 2020-2021 4-H year, do not recreate past 4-H years)
  • Contact Jill Martinson, 4-H Youth Development Agent, with questions at 785-263-2001 or martinso@ksu.edu

County Champion Application 

This form is to be completed and turned in with your KAP.  

Pin Applications

Marion County 4-H has developed their own achievement pin applications. DO NOT use the forms from the State 4-H website! A KAP is to be turned in to your Club Leader, along with the County Champion Application and appropriate Pin Application. 

To know what you must complete before applying, please view the Achievement Pin Requirements. COVID-19 UPDATE: We will be taking into consideration all virtual meetings and events for the Pin App requirements. 

Membership Pin

Bronze Pin

Clover Pin

Emerald Pin

Silver Pin

Silver Guard

Leadership Pin

Gold Pin

Gold Guard

 

Key Award

The Key Award is the highest achievement award available in Kansas 4-H. The minimum age to apply for this award is sixteen years.  View and print this application here: Alternative Form for 2019-2020 Key Award Application.

 

Scholarships 


 

The Kansas Youth Leadership Forum (KYLF) is held each November for 4-H youth ages 14 - 19. The Marion County 4-H Council offers four half scholarships. The application is due October 10.

KYLF Scholarship Application

 

The 4-H Endowment Fund offers a total of $1,000 in college scholarship to Marion County 4-H members who meets certain criteria. The application is due April 1.

Marion County Development Fund Scholarship Application (PDF Version)

Marion County Development Fund Scholarship Application (Microsoft Word Version)

 

There are many state 4H scholarships available. The application can be found at the following link.

State 4H Scholarship Application