Competition Day

Dates: Tuesday, March 12 -- Stir Ups at the Corvallis FFA classroom

             Thursday, March 14 (All other competitions) at the Hamilton LDS Chruch,  401 N 8th St, Hamilton

Time: Depends on event you will participate in, starts after the school day at 4 PM

Registration Form 

Registration Deadline:  Tuesday, February 26

The Speech & Demo Day, Stir-Ups, Visual Arts and Fashion Revue into one week.  Compete in all four or just one!  Awards ceremony for all events will take place at 7 PM on Thursday, March 14 after the Fashion Revue.  Everyone is welcome to come see a great day of kids in 4-H.  Questions? Contact the Extension Office.


Fashion Revue Competition

Contest Guidelines 

Contest Details: Contest is open to any sewing project, quilts, knitting, crocheted items, garments, non-garment items and Ready to Wear. This allows all sewing project members a chance to show off their great work plus an opportunity to be on center stage and walk down a runway in front of adults and your peers. 

Event and judging details: Participants will be asked 1-2 questions about your project from the judges during your "red carpet runway walk." Seniors will be interviewed on item(s) by judges prior to the fashion revue.


Speech & Demonstration Competition

Contest Guidelines

Montana 4-H Clover Communications

Contest Details: Communication contests allow 4-H members to share what they have learned to teach others and to share ideas and concepts. Communication contests has been divided into these categories: Demonstration and Illustrated Talks, Prepared and Impromptu Speeches, Career Communication, Published Videos, and Promotional Presentations and Commercials.

Event and judging details: Participants will present their prepared communication presentation to judges and audience.


Stir-Ups Competition

Contest Guidelines 

Contest Details: Youth are challenged to prepare an appealing, nutritious meal that can be prepared easily by using common ingredients available in many homes. Meal should be prepared using food safe techniques and reflect creative use of ingredients. Each year, the youth are given a list of ingredients to incorporate into their dish.

Event and judging details: Participants will cook and prepare a main dish in front of judges.


Visual Arts Competition

Contest Guidelines 

Contest Details: Youth can enter photography, 2-D Art, 3-D Open, and Challenge project. Youth provide the art piece and their artist statement for each entry.

Event and judging details: Participants will bring entries the day of the event to be judged. Entries will be on display during the Fashion Revue and Awards Presentation.


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