2018 Chambers County 4-H Project Pin Application

2018 Chambers County 4-H Banquet Project Pin Application

This form contains the application for Chambers County 4-H Project Pins that will be presented at the 2018 Chambers County 4-H Banquet. Award applications will be accepted until July 12, 2018. No late applications will be taken.
  • Project Pin Overview

    Project Pins recognize 4-H members for the completion of project work and 4-H participation. 4-H members must submit one application per Project Pin that they are applying for and must show that they have completed at least six activities in the project area. There is no limit on the number of Project Pins that a member may receive in a single year. This form can be used to submit up to 5 Project Pin applications. If you are applying for more Pins than that you will need to enter the data for your first 5 Pins on this form and submit it, then enter your remaining Pins and submit again.
  • Application One

    At least three of the six activities completed for the project pin must have been undertaken through an official 4-H Channel (i.e. County or District 4-H Clinic, 4-H Competition or Training, Extension Office visit, etc.)
  • Application Two

    At least three of the six activities completed for the project pin must have been undertaken through an official 4-H Channel (i.e. County or District 4-H Clinic, 4-H Competition or Training, Extension Office visit, etc.)
  • Application Three

    At least three of the six activities completed for the project pin must have been undertaken through an official 4-H Channel (i.e. County or District 4-H Clinic, 4-H Competition or Training, Extension Office visit, etc.)
  • Application Four

    At least three of the six activities completed for the project pin must have been undertaken through an official 4-H Channel (i.e. County or District 4-H Clinic, 4-H Competition or Training, Extension Office visit, etc.)
  • Application Five

    At least three of the six activities completed for the project pin must have been undertaken through an official 4-H Channel (i.e. County or District 4-H Clinic, 4-H Competition or Training, Extension Office visit, etc.)

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