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Coronavirus COVID-19

COVID-19 Advisory: WSU Extension is working to keep our communities safe. All Extension programming is being provided virtually, postponed, or canceled. Effective March 16, 2020, WSU Extension county offices and WSU Research & Extension Centers will be closed to the public. We are available via email, phone, and webconference.

Youth Members

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In Kitsap County 4-H we highly encourage all members to complete or participate in what we consider the building blocks of the 4-H program:

  • All animal projects are required to complete these.
  • Clubs may require them of all members as well.

Record Books

Completing a 4-H Record Book is a process where you record project and club work using a standard format.Benefits of completing a 4-H Record Book:

  • Practice Records Management- Track your activities, events, profits and losses, skill development and learning experiences. In this competency skill you identify, create, classify, archive and preserve records.
  • Reflect on your yearly work- Document your skill development and learning experiences in a written report.
  • Measure your achievements and growth throughout your years in 4-H.
  • Set goals, pursue strategies to meet those goals, and record how you may have had to shift gears in the face of challenges and obstacles.

Educational Display

An Educational Display is an opportunity for 4-H members to convey a message to an intended audience. The amount of time and planning you put into your display will be reflected in the finished product.

Public Presentations

Public Presentations

The Public Presentation Program is one of 4-H’s most beneficial and rewarding experiences. It is the one most often credited by 4-H alumni as having given them an edge above peers in both college and professional careers. It provides a unique opportunity to develop a positive self-concept and poise, gain self-confidence before a group, learn to express ideas clearly, respond spontaneously to questions, and gain subject matter knowledge. Youth learn to express themselves and their ideas.

Community Service

Community Service

“I pledge…my hands to larger service…for my club, my community, my country and my world.” For more than 70 years Community Service has been an important part of 4-H.  Community Service Learning is a form of experiential learning in which youth apply the subject matter they are learning along with critical thinking skills to address genuine community needs.

USDA Beyond 4-H Community Service (pdf)