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Forms

2018 Kansas 4-H Scholarship Application - Due February 1, 2018

Care to Share Form

Financial Review Forms - Due November 1, 2017

 

Why Keep a Record Book?

 

Record Book: A Record Book is non-competitive and will not be eligible for county project awards. The following order is for ANY 4-H member who plans to turn in a record book, regardless of county origin:

The purple Record Book Check Sheet and any Pin Application should be inside the book, but left loose.

*NOTE: Osage County members will receive a year pin if a Record Book is completed and turned in to the Club Leader. 

KAP (Kansas 4-H Award Portfolio): Only those filling out an age appropriate KAP will be eligible for county project awards, regardless of age. Only senior level members (ages 14+) chosen as County Champions are eligible for Area Judging. The following order is for ANY 4-H member completing a KAP, regardless of county origin:

  • Personal Page (PDF) - Personal Page (Word)
  • 4-H Story (max. 6 pages, one-sided, double spaced); younger members (7-8 years of age) can use an all around story; older member's story should be project specific. 
  • KAP (Instructions, all KAP levels, Q & A, evaluation forms)
  • Photos - a maximum of three pages, six photos/page; one for the project, one showing citizenship, one showing leadership; captions are encouraged, but are not required.  

All KAP's should be in a separate binder or folder.  Member's name, club, district, project and level should be on the front.  DO NOT use dividers or plastic sleeves or include a table of contents. There should be NO LOOSE PAPERS.


Pin Application - Member Achievement Awards

  • Key Award (may need to download and open in PDF reader to edit)



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