Saline County 4-H Achievement and Activity Records (yearly recordbook) and FFA Recordbooks Due September 17th

Saline County 4-H Achievement and Activity Records (click words "Saline County 4-H Achievement and Activity Record to the left to download) - this is a Microsoft Word Document
You will need to download the new Saline County 4-H Achievement and Activity Records and save to your computer for each child. The new application is a combination of Section 1 (Projects) from the old Career Portfolio and portions of the new Statewide 4-H Achievement Application. You should be able to copy and paste your information from the old Section 1 into the new project section or retype if you do not have alot of years of 4-H membership. It is important to have ALL 4-H years and projects in Section 1 for when you apply for a Saline County 4-H Council scholarship your senior year of high school.
As in the past, when you get to the last empty cell in a curriculum section of section 1, hit your tab key to add a new line. This will enable you to add new information each year to show your learning and growth in each project area. Do not start a new Saline County 4-H Achievement and Activity record each year, just add the new year to your projects and then replace the information in the leadership and community service sections and lastly write a new story each year. Please print your Saline County 4-H Achievement and Activity record and submit to the Extension Office by the stated deadline each year. 
Youth must submit a Saline County 4-H Achievement and Activity record each year in order to receive a county fair premium check and/or Premium Auction money. FFA members must submit an FFA recordbook to receive premium money.

FFA Recordbook Required For Collection of Fair Premiums and Premium Auction Money  
You can also check with your advisor and use the equivalent AET records.