Life Skills Grade Days Results

PROJECT NAME DELEGATE ALTERNATE Third Place
Measuring Up, Junior Augie Schweickert
Loungewear Alexis Basinger
Junior Individual (age 8-10) Thank you card no graphics Ana Parsons
Canning and Freezing Ava Harrison
Creative Costumes Ava Lonneman Jillian Denning
Club Leadership Bella Procaccio
Self Determined Project, Junior Ben Lang Jacob Shrack
Insect Adventures, Level 1 Ben Lang
Shooting Sports-Pistol, Junior Caleb Stevens Ben Smith 3rd – Parker Gibbons
Rockets Away (bottle rockets) Cameron Edwards
Shooting Sports-Pistol, Senior Chad Sasala
Shooting Sports-Hunting, Senior Chad Sasala
Cake Decorating, Beginner, Junior Chloe Guth Emma Chaffee
Snack Attack! Corey Galloway – Jr. Marcella Hydell
The Global Gourmet Dillon Kuntzman
Let’s Start Cooking Elarie Logan – Jr. Xavier Miller
Pet Rabbits (ages 8-10) Elizabeth Zoller
Shopping Savy, Senior Emma Kiko
From Airedales to Zebras (Vet Science 1) Gabriela Gonzalas Alli Miller 3rd – Brianne Parker
Active Sportswear Grace Gretz
Makeover My Space – Senior Grace Kolezar
Sew Fun, Senior Gracie Schill Hannah Schill
em*bel*lish Gyllien Anderson Curtis Rohal
Sew For Others Gyllien Anderson Olivia Zinz Violet Reese
How Does Your Garden Grow? Helyn Willis
Pathways to Culinary Success Isabel Harrison
Sew Fun, Junior Isla Zinz Gemma Alexander Anna Parsons
You Can Quilt , Senior Jane Rader
Designed By Me Jenna Canale
Junior Individual (age 8-10) Thank you card no graphics Jenna Canale
Junior Individual (age 8-10) Thank you card no graphics Jennifer Mix
Junior Individual (age 8-10) Thank you card no graphics Jessica Mix
Grow Your Own Vegetables Kaitlin Belknap Tessa Galloway
Clothing for Middle School Katherine Huntley
Intermediate Individual (age 11-13) Katherine Huntley
Finding Your Voice:  Public Speaking Katherine Huntley
Outdoor Adventurer: Beginning Fishing Kelsey Werbeck
You’re The Athlete – Junior Lauren Huntley
Cake Decorating, Beginner, Senior Lexi Miller Rebekah Wood
Outerwear for Anywhere Maggie Rohal
Dress Up Daywear Maria Lonneman
Cat 1 (ages 14-18) Maria Lonneman
Shooting Sports-Archery, Senior Maria Lonneman
Look Great For Less, Senior Olivia Orf Maddie Zinz
Clothing for Your Career Olivia Orf
Senior Individual (age 14 and up) Olivia Orf
Your Thoughts Matter — Senior Sami Owens
Dress Up Outfit — Formalwear Sarah Kuntzman
Yeast Breads on the Rise Sarah Kuntzman
Tops for Tweens Sophia Wood Alli Miller
Not Just Knots – Junior Sophia Wood
Measuring Up, Junior-Unit 1 Sophia Wood
Let’s Bake Quick Breads Sophia Wood – Jr.
Get Started In Art, Junior Stella Wallace
Intermediate Individual (age 11-13) Tessa Wood
Solid Fuel Rocketry Master (4-H 503M) Tessa Wood
Sundresses and Jumpers Valeri Derteen Ellie Wanchick Audrey Landis
Science Fun With Kitchen Chemistry Valeri Derteen Elise Edwards
Junior Individual (age 8-10) Thank you card no graphics Valeri Derteen
Quilting The Best Better William Baer
Robotics Master William Baer
Non State Fair Categories:
Horseless horse 1st Sophia Gonzoles
2nd Nicholas Sherer
The Writer in You 1st Tori Palmer
Becoming Money Wise 1st Tessa wood

American Sewing Guild Style Show

American Sewing Guild Style show at Silverlake Country Club

Open to anyone doing 4-H sewing projects.

Address:  Silver Lake Country Club, 1325 Graham Rd, Silver Lake, OH 44224

MAP

October 13th,  Setup 12:30 Show time1-2 pm

RSVP and questions to Audrey Boyd 330 628-4847 Sign up before 10/10

Food & Nutrition Project Workshop

Are you taking a Food & Nutrition Project and want to know how to properly prepare for Grade Day?

There will be a workshop on June 2nd 10 am – noon at the  Rootstown Methodist Church . The project requirements will be explained including the planning and writing of a menu, and completing the required portfolio.

Map to church. 

Please let Fran Pruchenski know if you will be attending:  330 221-0628 or 330 325-1520

Horse Shows

2018 Friday Night Horse Shows

FLYER:  Friday night show series

May 25 Portage County Equine Show Committee
Open Horse Show
Angie Polichena – 330-842-0394
June 1 Portage County Equine Show Committee
Open Horse Show – June 1st showbill
Heather Lang – 330-472-0276
June 8 Portage County Equine Show Committee
Open Horse Show
Megan Kline – 330-730-5859
June 15 Portage County Equine Show Committee
Open Horse Show
Renee Doraski – 330-647-8738
June 22 Portage County Equine Show Committee
Open Horse Show  June 22nd show
Elizabeth Kovacs – 330-957-2097
June 29 Portage County Equine Show Committee
Open Horse Show
Kellyn Bango – 216-401-7050
July 6 Portage County Equine Show Committee
Open Horse Show
Sarah Stutzman – 330-819-3529
July 13 Portage County Equine Show Committee
Open Horse Show
Carrie Ball – 330-280-4552
July 20 Portage County Equine Show Committee
Open Horse Show
Kim Herman – 330-428-0070
August 3 Foxy Trotters 4-H Horse Show
Nancy Moss – 330-297-6301 Foxy Trotters Show 2018

Speaking Contest 2018

   PUBLIC  SPEAKING  CONTEST   2018

 FRIDAY, JUNE 15     6:30 pm

Community  Meeting  Room, 705 Oakwood St., Ravenna

CATEGORIES:

4-H Pledge Recitation                 Cloverbud Individual or 2 member team

 

DEMONSTRATION  PRESENTATION  CLASSES

Jr. Div. Individual or Team                  ages 8-10

-Talk  6-9 minutes long

-Use of charts, posters, or pictures etc.

-No Power Point or computer generated messages

 

Int. Division  Individual or Team       ages 11-13

And

Sr. Division Individual or Team          ages 14 and up

-Use of charts posters, pictures etc. AND/OR computer generated visual aids

-Computer visual aids may be combined with traditional visual aids

-Talk 9-12 minutes long

 

HEALTH AND SAFETY SPEAKING CONTEST

Jr Div.            ages 8-13                             2 ½ to 3 ½ min long

Sr Div.          ages 14 and up                  4 to 5 ½  min long

Select a topic that affects health or safety in family living. A local example and supporting

statistics is required. (with sources cited)Talk should not include music, dancing, or singing as part of their speech. Scripts, notes, prompts, or cues may not be used.  Trademark or brand names of products should not be used. NO note cards are allowed.  No costumes allowed.  No profanity or inappropriate words in speech or on clothing are allowed.

There is a preliminary contest before the state contest.

 

MARKETING  DIVISION

J7      JUNIOR DIVISION                ages 8-10      THANK YOU CARD     handmade

-An original THANK YOU card with artwork on the front

-Made from 8 ½ x 11 white card stock folded once

Must be original work of the member using crayons, markers, ink pen, etc. USING NO COMPUTERS OR SCRAPBOOKING TOOLS.  MUST BE HAND LETTERED & DRAWN OR CUT BY HAND.

J8         JUNIOR DIVISION     THANK YOU CARD using computers and scrapbooking tools

Same as above but using computer generated  images and lettering

BOTH NEED THE MEMBER’S NAME, AGE, AND COUNTY ON THE LOWER RIGHT CORNER ON THE BACK OF THE CARD

J9         INTERMEDIATE DIVISION     HOLIDAY CARD   handmade

J10       INTERMEDIATE DIVISION     HOLIDAY CARD   computer generated & scrapbook tools

  • An original holiday card with artwork on the front
  • Made from white 8 ½ white cardstock folded once
  • Use of computers and scrapbooking tools are to be used

MEMBER’S NAME, AGE, AND COUNTY SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON THE LOWER RIGHT CORNER ON THE BACK OF THE CARD

J11        SENIOR  DIVISION

Member should make a video “short” promoting 4-H

Must be fully automated, stand alone presentation with sound.

It should portray a message showing youth of 4-H age  and be 2-4 minutes long.

Entries should be submitted on DVD’s using Quicktime Play or Windows Media Player

Name, age and county should be written on the DVD

THESE ARE CONDENSED RULES FOR EACH CATEGORY.  PLEASE READ THE COMPLETE SET OF RULES FOR EACH CLASS IF YOU ARE ENTERING.

Health Safety Speaking 2018

Communication Days 2018