Jeffco 4-H Shooting Sports
4-H Record Books are also called e-Records. They can be downloaded from the State 4-H Website. Each project has its own record book that members are required to complete each year. The links to e-Records in the specific project areas are below. Record books are turned in at Interview Judging before our County Fair. In June, you will need to schedule an interview for each of your project areas and bring your record book with you to Interview Judging the week of the Jeffco Fair & Festival.
General Project e-Records
If you are enrolling in a Shooting Sports project, we will need to know the Hunter Education Certificate number on your child’s Hunter Ed card if they have taken a class in order for them to participate in Shooting Sports contests. You will also need to upload a scanned PDF of the Hunter Education Card in 4honline.
Jeffco Fair & Festival
Interviews for ALL SHOOTING SPORTS projects will be on Friday, July 20, from 8:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. in the ECMR.
- Bring your display board or stand alone with your record book to Interview Judging. The contest for Trap and Muzzleloading begins at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, July 20, so be sure to complete your interview in time to get to the contest if you are competing in those disciplines.
- Shooting Sports members, remember to fill out the Contest #2 entry form for our second contest on July 14 for Skeet and Sporting Clays and on July 20 – 22 for all other disciplines. Your leaders can help with signing up for the contest and working on your project if you have questions.
- For Western Heritage members, the written test for the Western Heritage Project will be given during Shooting Sports Interview Judging on Friday, July 20, so plan to take your Western Heritage test either before or right after your interview time.