The recognition you get for your work in 4-H
depends on what you do. To help keep track of your
project-related activities, record them as you do them.
Then when you are ready to complete your project
record, you will have the information you need.
Part of your entomology record includes project-related activities you participated in
during the year.
There is a place to record these activities on your
project record. Examples of activities you might want
to record are given below.
4-H Club meeting participation:
- Number of club meetings attended
- Committees served on (clean-up, membership
drive, fund raising, etc.)
- Committee reports given
- Demonstrations or talks given
- Exhibits displayed
- Offices held (president, treasurer, secretary,
committee chairperson, etc.)
Other activities not at club meeting:
- Helped another club member with his or her
- Exhibited project in competition at local, county or
- Exhibited project at school, store, civic club, etc.
- Gave a demonstration at school or at an adult
- Went on a group field trip
- Enrolled in an adult entomology club or society
(Lepidopterists Club, for example)
- Took photographs of entomology activities
Awards and recognition for entomology participation include:
- Ribbons received at fairs
- Pins, trophies or certificates of accomplishment
- Newspaper articles in which you are mentioned
(save the clippings)
- Radio or television appearances
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