Rockingham County 4-H Awards

Please nominate a maximum of one person for each of these awards, and please do not nominate a single youth for more than one award.

Nominations and/or records are due to the Rockingham County 4-H Office by Friday, August 3rd, 2018. 

Rockingham County 4-H Head, Heart, Hands, and Health Awards (ages 8-18)

These four Rockingham County 4-H Awards are presented at Rockingham County 4-H Recognition Night, and get their name and spirit from each of the four H's (Head, Heart, Hands, and Health). Anyone can nominate a youth, including him/herself. To receive one of these awards, a youth must be nominated by someone and/or submit a 4-H record. (If a youth submits a record, he/she will automatically be in the running for one of these awards. If a youth is nominated for one of these awards, he/she does not need to submit a record.)

Rockingham County 4-H Project Medal (ages 11-18)

These medals are awarded at Rockingham County 4-H Recognition Night for specific project areas (such as shooting sports, gardening, communication arts, equine, sheep, etc.). The youth must have been involved in the project for at least two years, and must submit a 4-H record as well as an application form.

Rockingham County 4-H Certificate of Continued Achievement (ages 11-18)

These certificates are given at Rockingham County 4-H Recognition Night for continued work in specific project areas (such as shooting sports, gardening, communication arts, equine, sheep, etc.). The youth must have been working in the project area for at least one year since receiving a county medal in that area, and must submit a 4-H record, including the appropriate project page(s) along with an application form.  

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Anna Boudreau
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