Florida 4-H Treasurer's Manual and Record Book

Florida 4-H Treasurer's Manual and Record BookBeing the treasurer is a very important position in your club. Your fellow 4-H Club Members have shown their confidence in you by letting you have this responsibility. As treasurer, you will be responsible for taking care of the club’s money, bank accounts, or other money matters. This 32-page manual and record book has been updated by Judith Levings, Sarah Hensley, and Stacey Ellison, and published by the UF Department of 4-H Youth Development, September 2014.

Florida 4-H Treasurer’s Manual and Record Book (4HGCR02/4H012)

book coverSo you’ve been elected treasurer of your 4-H club! This 36-page record book will help guide you in your duties and responsibilities, and will be the official financial record of your club. Written by Joy Jordan and published by the UF Department of 4-H Youth Development, March 2012.

Forensic Entomology (4HENL41/4H310)

Forensics is a hot topic, with many movies and popular television shows (such as “CSI”) introducing youth to the tools, processes, and critical thinking skills needed to solve various crimes. Within this world, insects have a growing presence. The field of forensic entomology focuses on the information that insects provide investigators about the time, location, and criminal negligence within a wide variety of criminal cases. This curriculum is a tool for teaching youth grades 6–8 about the contributions that insects make to the world of forensics. This three-week series of lesson activities is designed for use in after-school programs, summer day camps, and 4-H clubs. However, this package also includes the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards for teachers within formal classroom settings. It was written by Erika Andersen and Russell Mizell with Jessica Kochert and Joy Jordan, and published by the UF Department of 4-H Youth Development, January 2011.