4-H Department

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4-H Department 2018

Date: Aug 30 - Sept 02, 2018
Division for 4-H Members Only

4-H Advisor: Kayla Kaspar (979-968-5831)

Check-in Entries (unlimited entries)
August 20, 2018 - 4:00pm - 7:00pm and August 21, 2018 - 3:00pm - 7:00pm

Check-out Entries
Monday, September 3, 2018 - 10:00am - 12:00 noon

1. All exhibitors must be Fayette County 4-H members.
2. There are three (3) divisions:
  • Junior - 3rd grade through 5th grade
  • Intermediate - 6th grade through 8th grade
  • Senior - 9th grade through 12 grade
3. All articles will be judged on neatness, skill and work according to the age of the exhibitor.
4. 4-H department entries are in addition to entries 4-H youth may have in other departments in the Creative Arts Division.


Rules & Regulations
1. Each 4-H Club in Fayette County is eligible to enter one educational exhibit.
2. The exhibit may be based on any phase of 4-H or Extension program work.
3. 4-H Club exhibit set up time will be Monday, August 29, 2016 - 4:00pm until 7:00pm.
4. Articles used for display must be made or produced by and arranged by club members.
5. Clubs will use existing exhibit tables available which measure 47" wide, 48" deep and 22" high. Notify Kayla Kaspar by August 22, 2016, to let her know that your club is participating.
6. There should be no labels or brands showing, if at all possible.
7. Fifty dollars in prize money will be divided among the Clubs exhibiting on a competitive basis using the score card.

A photograph mounted on poster board or mat board. Please enter a 5x7 or 8x10.
  • Photo - Black & White, Color, or Sepia: Miscellaneous, People, Landscape, Floral or Architectural. Each photo can be entered in either black & white, color or sepia...not all three (3).
  • Storyboard - three photos that tell a story.

Other items for exhibit; crocheted, embroidered, knitted, or appliqu├ęd items, needlepoint, art, novelties, ceramics, pillows, stained glass, wood burning, woodworking, paintings, drawings, insect collections, fashion storyboard and miscellaneous items.

Group projects such as quilts or community service projects including but not limited to: highway cleanup, nursing home activities, etc.

PRIZES AWARDED: Junior - Grand and Reserve Champion
Intermediate: Grand and Reserve Champion
Senior: Grand and Reserve Champion

An overall 4-H high point winner will receive a monetary prize of $100 donated by Fayette County 4-H adult leaders. Points will be awarded as follows:
Blue Ribbon 3 points
Red Ribbon 1 point
Grand Champion 10 points
Reserve Champion 5 points
Overall Grand 20 points

The 4-H Advisor will tally up the points and determine overall high point 4-H winner.
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