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Dickinson County

Dickinson County
712 S. Buckeye Avenue
Abilene, KS 67410

785-263-2001
785-263-3624 fax
dk@listserv.ksu.edu

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Dickinson County 4-H Forms & Applications

Recording Tips and Guidelines

Tips for Recording 4-H Presentations

How to Upload Your Video to YouTube

Zoom Resources for 4-H Club Meetings

Virtual Team Building Activities by Michelle Cummings

Using Zoom for 4-H Meetings

4-H Meetings via Zoom - Volunteer Guide

4-H Club Meeting Zoom Slides

Dickinson County 4-H Foundation Event Scholarships

Scholarship Application

Dickinson County 4-H Foundation Community Service Grants

Grant Application

Project Identification Forms

Bucket Calf Identification Form    

Horse Identification Form

Kansas 4-H Woodworking Plans

District Horse Show

Achievement Pin Applications 

NOTE:  These are county specific.

2021 Pin Applications

Membership 2021

Bronze 2021

Clover 2021

Emerald 2021 

Silver 2021

Silver Guard 2021

Junior Leader 2021

Gold 2021

Gold Guard 2021

Key Award (from state)

Membership       Membership Fill-able

Bronze       Bronze Fill-able

Clover        Clover Fill-able

Emerald     Emerald Fill-able

Silver         Silver Fill-able

Silver Guard        Silver Guard Fill-able

Junior Leader       Junior Leader Fill-able

Gold           Gold Fill-able

Gold Guard          Gold Guard Fill-able

Key Award

Club Summary Report

Form Fill-able PDF

Google Form

Dickinson County 4-H Council

4-H Council Officer Application - due September 1

Welcoming New Families

Record Books and Award Applications

Record book cover sheet

Link to Record Keeping and Project Report Forms:

  • Personal Information Page
  • Permanent Record
  • Junior, Intermediate, and Senior General and Animal Project Report Forms

Alternate Forms for Project Completion:

Judging of Kansas Award Portfolios

  • Two age divisions: junior (7-13 years) and senior (14+ years)
  • Junior division will be judged by the county awards and recognition committee, senior division will be judged by another county
  • Those 13 year olds who will be 14 for the next 4-H year may choose to participate in the senior division, but must use the 14 years+ form
  • 4-Hers are to use the Project Report form that is designed for their age group (7-8 year olds, 9-13 year olds, and 14+ years) and project area (general or animal)
  • Organizational leaders will submit books for judging and indicate those projects that are to be evaluated in each book
  • All submitted project records will be scored on the Danish system (purple, blue, red, white).  Those receiving purples or blues in each project will be ranked.  Medals will be awarded to the top ranked equal to 10% of the number of youth in the project, in that age division.  Certificates will be awarded to those receiving blues or purples who do not receive a medal.
  • The top book in each project from the senior division will be eligible to advance to area screening
  • Bucket calf is only available in the junior division
  • Books will be organized in one book with tabbed dividers:
    • Personal Information Page
    • Project Report Form(s) arranged alphabetically complete with 4-H story specific to that project
    • Permanent Record
  • Contact Jill Martinson, 4-H Youth Development Agent, with questions at 785-263-2001 or martinso@ksu.edu

Scholarship Applications

Kansas 4-H and Vanier 4-H Scholarships (due March 1)

Dickinson County 4-H Scholarships (due April 1)

Ralph Dietrich Memorial Scholarship (due March 1)

Ethel Startzman Memorial Agriculture Scholarship (due April 1)

Extension Education Unit (EEU) Council - Family & Consumer Sciences Scholarship (due April 1)

AFA Scholarship Information (due March 10)

Konley Harding Memorial Scholarship (due May 10)

Mary Hoffman Memorial Scholarship (due April 1)