Awards and applications

4-H recognition award forms
Y620, Project record Y620 (fillable PDF)
State 4-H awards program application tips and benefits (PDF)
Y2000 Level 1 (ages 8-10) (PDF) | DOC | Sample (PDF) | Scorecard (PDF)
Y2100 Level 2 (ages 11-13) (PDF)DOC | Sample (PDF) | Scorecard (PDF) 
Y2200 Level 3 (ages 14-18) (PDF) | DOC | Sample (PDF) | Scorecard (PDF)

Enrollment forms
Y630, 4-H member enrollment form (PDF)
Y620, Project record Y620 (PDF)
Y1440, Missouri 4-H Project Horse Enrollment (PDF)
Y7450, 4-H Shooting Sports Project Record Y7450 (PDF)
Missouri 4-H Shooting Sports Parental Permission Waiver of Liability (PDF)

Event and Health forms
Youth Health Statement, Parent Consent and Event Acceptance form (PDF)
Adult Health Statement, Consent and Acceptance form (PDF)

Project Leader/Volunteer 
Missouri 4-H Volunteer Application form LG636 (fillable PDF)
First Aid Kit Contents LG638
4-H Volunteers - application process
Project Leader Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)
Missouri 4-H Resources
Missouri 4-H Literature and Merchandise Order Form LG911 (PDF)
Project Leader Kit

Lawrence County Achievement Day
Achievement Day Tags (PDF)
2013 Ozark Empire Fair Guidelines

Missouri Food Quality Assurance
All 4-H members enrolled in food animal projects including beef, sheep, swine, dairy cattle, meats, dairy goats, rabbits and poultry must complete the appropriate level of MSQA certification to be considered a 4-H member in good standing in that project. guidelines may also apply.  Check with your local 4-H youth specialist for current local guidelines. 
Missouri 4-H Food Quality Assurance Policies and MSMQA Information (PDF) 
Tutorial available at http://www.agebb.missouri.edu/smqa/