2012 Monroe County Camp Forms

the first page of the pdf attached here is for counselors, the second page is for all campers including counselors

besides the appropriate camp forms every camper needs to fill out the Missouri 4-H Health form found at http://4h.missouri.edu/resources/materials/docs/Y640FILL.pdf

Due date is December 15, 2011

4-H: Camp, Family Handbook

Monroe County's Revised Secretary Book

Monroe County's 4-H Council has made revisions to the Secretary Book in an effort to reduce duplication of recorded items. Files are available for download below.

4-H: Officer Resources

Project Meeting Attendance Form

Monroe County has modified the Project Meeting Attendance Form.  The two changes: "Signature of Leader(s)" and changing Case County to Cass County.

Clubs may wish to alter the due date for the form at the top.  Forms are required to credit leaders for recognition of their volunteer year with the extension office and are needed by club secretaries to do their books.  A member is not credited with completing a project unless this form exists for each project and indicates they completed the project.

Download the form

4-H: Family Handbook, Leader Resources

2010 Monroe County 4-H Award Application Process (How To Do A Book!)

Please read the following information carefully!  It has been changed from previous years.  If you have questions, please call the extension office.  [To download or open the forms click on the colored title of the form.]

To receive a medal for your project(s) and be considered for the outstanding awards you must have:

a.  Done a local speech, PowerPoint or demonstration

b.  Done a county speech, PowerPoint or demonstration

c.   Must have a New Project Leader Form signed and turned into the secretaries’ book for each project you are in.  (Look in family handbook)

d.  Project books Read more »

4-H: Family Handbook, Project Record Books

Missouri 4-H Leader Kits

Thrilled to see the Club Leader Kit all online! Thanks Missouri 4-H!

Also see the Project Leader Kit online

4-H: Leader Resources

Table Setting Handout

This handout has been around for a very long time. Recently revised to flip the napkins in the correct way.

Download pdf file of the Table Setting Handout

4-H: Table Setting

Poster Pointers

Suggested Personal Development Questions

Given to judges as suggestions for the Monroe County 4-H Personal Development Contest, these questions are still used in the junior division.

Personal Development Questions
(Revised 02-23-2004)

1. What kind of occasion or event are you dressed for?

2. What are your future goals?

3. Why is 4-H important?

4. How old are you?

5. When is your birthday?

6. What does 4-H mean to you?

7. Why and do you wear a seat belt?

8. Do you carry a brush or comb?

9. How many times a day should you wash your hands?

10. Why should you wash your hair and take baths or showers?

11. What kind of leadership qualities do you have?

12. When you are faced with a challenge, how do you handle it? Read more »

4-H: Personal Development

Lancaster Co. Nebraska, 4-H Table Setting Contest: Judging Example 2 (Re-enactment)

Another nice example of a member being judged on table setting.

4-H: Table Setting

Lancaster Co. Nebraska, 4-H Table Setting Contest: Judging Example 1 (Re-enactment)

Lancaster Co. Nebraska does a few things differently than Monroe Co. Missouri but this video will give new members a nice idea of what table setting is all about.

4-H: Table Setting

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