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Forms

4-H 2014 Camp Counselor Application

4-H Camp Application

4-H Camp Health Form

4-H's Got Talent Contest

Jr Leaders- Officer Application2013.pdf

2014 Youth Rep App.pdf

Scholarships
Scholarship Information

Queen Contest 

2014 Queen Entry Form

2014 Queen Contest Conditions

                                                             

Volunteering

Adult Behavior Expectations                                                                                       

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Vehicle Use Policy

Enrollment and Revision Form (Add/Drop)

2014 Tippecanoe Co. 4-H Enrollment Form
2014 Tippecanoe Co. 4-H Mini 4-H Enrollment Form
Tippecanoe Co. Project Add/Drop Form 

Donations
Tippecanoe Co. 4-H Donation Letter 
Tippecanoe Co. 4-H Donation Form 

Livestock

Tippecanoe Co.  Dairy Lease Form
Tippecanoe Co. Animal Location  Form
Animal Lease Agreement Details
Animal Lease Agreement Form                                                                                               

Horse and Pony Rules.pdf


Achievement Forms

4-H Record of Achievement (White Card) - Click this link to print a copy of the white card so that you can fill it out by hand or with a typewriter.
           
4-H Record of Achievement (White Card) - Excel format (.xls)

4-H Recipe Card - Word format (.doc) - You can download this file and type directly into this form and save it onto your computer.  PLEASE NOTE:  The ingredient and instruction fields will expand when typing causing shifting in the formatting.  In this case, you will want to backspace until the correct format appears.  Finish your ingredients and instructions on the back of the card.

4-H Craft Card
 

 

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