4-H’ers Receive Honors for Project Records

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4-H Record Books
Seven New Hanover County 4-H members participated in the NC 4-H Project Record Book competition earlier this year. Members submitted their project record on their particular interest or topic they learned throughout the calendar year. Record books were submitted in the Spring 2022. These record books reflect the 4-H member’s growth, experience, and development in 2021*.

Four-H’ers document their skill development and learning experiences in a written report along with a creative “express yourself” section through various photos, drawings, etc.

New Hanover County 4-H members received county achievement and advanced to the district competition.

County Medalists
Jerod Smith:
Animal Science (11–12-year-old)
Beatrice Vaughan: Animal Science (11–12-year-old)
Sara Bergstrom: Citizenship & Civic (13–15-year-old)
Olivia Burns: Plant Science (16–18-year-old)
Piper Mendenhall: Personal Development & Leadership (13–15-year-old)
Jordyn Smith: Animal Science (16–18-year-old)
Madilyn Smith: Animal Science (16–18-year-old)

District Medalists
Beatrice Vaughan: Gold, Animal Science (11–12-year-old)
Jerod Smith: Bronze, Animal Science (11–12-year-old)
Piper Mendenhall: Bronze, Personal Development & Leadership (13–15-year-old)
Madilyn Smith: Bronze, Animal Science (16–18-year-old)

4-H record books give members an opportunity to reflect on their yearly work. Members document their skill development and learning experiences in a written report. 4-H members measure their achievements and growth. 4-H record books encourage members to set goals and develop plans to meet those goals.

*Record books are from the 2021 4-H year. These are judged the following year. Record books qualify for district competition.