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4-H project book training set

NC Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center is planning a 4-H project book training for those that are new to the 4-H program or who need a little help putting their books together.

A 4-H project book is a record of activities, knowledge gained and awards that have been given in one particular program area. The child chooses their program area and will keep records of all the things he or she has done or learned during the course of working on that project. Once project records are completed by the 4-H member, they are turned in by the county deadline to be judged.

The county deadline to have books turned in for work completed in 2020 for Currituck County 4-H members is January 31.

The training will be held Tuesday December 8 via a Zoom meeting starting at 6 p.m. Participants will be walked through the process page by page and will be available for questions. Pre-register through Eventbrite and receive the link to the Zoom meeting the day before the meeting. The registration link is https://4hprojectbooks.eventbrite.com.

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