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4-H General and Consumer Sciences Projects Dept.


JOANNE BUSING, Superintendent
TATE SCHROCK, CORA SCHROCK, RAEYA
SCHROCK AND TYSIE PARMENTER
Junior Superintendents


Special Rules:
Note: Units in all 4-H projects will be divided into Junior, Intermediate and Senior classes, except where noted differently.


1. The Event Center will be open the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday
    and Friday; 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Thursday. Projects will be released from 8:00 to
    10:00 a.m. on Saturday.


2. This division is open only to members enrolled in 4 H and the project and year of club
    work they are enrolled.


3. If projects are divided by Junior, Intermediate and Senior age groups, the ages are
    Juniors 8-10, Intermediates 11-13, and Seniors 14-18 years as of January 1 of the
    current year.


4. All entries will receive blue, red or white ribbons in accordance with the Danish
    ribbon system.


5. One first place exhibit from each unit will be selected for the State Fair competition. In
    classes having only one entry or exhibit, if a blue ribbon is awarded by the judge it will
    automatically be designated as first place blue.


6. Members must bring their completed projects and records to Interview Judging. A
    parent or 4-H leader may observe the interview. Projects will be left in the Event
    Center for display, except garments for Fashion Revue. Fashion Revue garments must
    be returned to the Event Center on or before opening day of fair by 10:00 a.m.


7. 4-H records may be either in pencil, ink, typewritten or computerized. The choice will
    not affect judging. Records should be exhibited in hard back cover, (example: report
    binder).


8. A champion and reserve champion may be selected in all projects, if worthy. In
    selecting the reserve champion, the second place project behind the champion shall be
    considered.


9. Exhibits may be worn or used before exhibiting, but should be in good and clean
    condition.


10. Premiums: Blue Ribbons are $4.00-except where noted higher, Red Ribbons are
      $3.75; and White Ribbons are $3.50.


11. 4-H members may make duplicate articles to enter in the open class department.


12. Showboards are the only display boards that may be used for 4-H projects. The
      standardized display or show board size of 4 ft. (width) x 3 ft. (height) is to be used.
      No additional items may be included on or in front of display board.


SPECIAL PREMIUM
4-H RECORD BOOK AWARDS


4-H department judges will select the Champion and Reserve Champion record book awards chosen from the top general and home economics project record
books in the Event Center.

 

Junior, Intermediate & Senior Champions - $15.00
Junior, Intermediate & Senior Res. Champions - $10.00


4-H SCRAPBOOK CONTEST
Sponsored by: WASHINGTON COUNTY 4-H COUNCIL
Club Awards: 1st - $50, 2nd - $30, 3rd - $20


Special Rules:
1. Scrapbooks are to be made by 4-H Youth.


2. Scrapbooks may cover more than one year. For club books only the current year’s work
    will be considered.


3. For club the “current Year” is from Sept. 1st to August 31st


4-H CLOVERBUD PROJECTS


Special Rules:
1. Open to 4 H members, ages 5-7 and enrolled in 4-H Cloverbud program.


2. Cloverbuds may exhibit a poster or showboard display and/or a limit of two items
     made by the member.


3. Project records are required as a part of the project.


4. Cloverbuds are non-competitive Junior Division exhibitors.


5. Cloverbud members will receive participation ribbons and no premiums.


COUNTY PROJECTS


Special Rules:
4-H members enrolled in any county project will exhibit:
1. The completed record


2. A completed item or sample of work showing project knowledge or skills gained OR


3. An educational poster display


NOTE: County projects are not eligible for State Fair.


SELF DETERMINED PROJECTS


Your exhibit will consist of:
1. A brief description of project to include: goals, objectives (at least three), action plan,
    accomplishments, and your evaluation of the results. Include description of
    demonstration or illustrated talk.


2. An article, display or notebook that illustrates your achievement.

 

4-H CONSUMER SCIENCES PROJECTS


Contact the Washington County Extension Office or go to http://www.colorado4h.org for specific requirements for each unit.


CAKE DECORATING


Premiums:
Units 1-6, ................................. $4.00 - Blue Ribbons

Units 7-12 ................................ $6.00 - Blue Ribbons


Unit 1 - Edible Cake Decorating - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Single Layered Cake - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Two Layered Cake - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Character Cakes - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 5 - Small Treats -Jr., Int. & Sr.
  Exhibit Options:
      • Themed Cupcakes
      • Stacked Cupcakes
      • Character Cupcakes
      • Decorated Themed Cookies
      • Decorated Stacked Cookies
      • Decorated Cookie Construction
Unit 6 - Cut-Up Cakes - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 7 - Flat Surface & Nail Flowers - Int. & Sr.
Unit 8 - Fondant - Int. & Sr.
Unit 9 - Lily Nail Flowers - Int. & Sr.
Unit 10 - Tiered Cakes - Sr. only
Unit 11 - Molds - Sr. only
Unit 12 - Create Your Own - Sr. only

 

CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION


Premiums:
Units 1, and 2, ........................ $4.00 - Blue Ribbons
Units 3, 7, and 8, .................... $6.00 - Blue Ribbons


STEAM 1 - Beginning Clothing - Jr., Int. & Sr. Pillowcase, Pillow, Simple Top, Bottom or Simple Dress


STEAM 2 - Beginning Clothing - Jr., Int. & Sr. Top, Bottom (pants or shorts), Skirt, Dress, Romper/Jumpsuit, or 2-pc. Outfit


STEAM 3 - Beginning Clothing - Jr., Int. & Sr. Cottons, Synthetics, Wools, Silks, and Specialty Fabrics - one garment or outfit sewn with specific fabric


Unit 7 - Sewing for Others - Jr., Int. & Sr. One garment or outfit which illustrates what was learned


Unit 8 - Recycled Clothing - Jr., Int. & Sr. One garment or outfit which illustrates what was learned

 

ARTISTIC CLOTHING


Premiums:
Units 1, 2, & 3 ......................... $4.00 - Blue Ribbons
Units 5, 7 & 8 .......................... $6.00 - Blue Ribbons


Unit 1 - Upcycle Your Style - Applied - Jr., Int. & Sr.


Unit 2 - Upcycle Your Style - Stitched - Jr., Int. & Sr.


Unit 3 - Upcycle Your Style - Combination - Jr., Int. & Sr.


Exhibit up to 3 coordinated wearable garments, no accessories - decorated using appropriate methods per class


Unit 5 - Creative Sewing - Jr., Int. & Sr. Exhibit 1-3 coordinated items illustrating what was learned


Unit 7 - Create Your Own: Exploration of Textiles/Clothing - Int. & Sr. Exhibit constructed article or display related to special study


Unit 8 - Buymanship - Jr., Int. & Sr. Exhibit one completed outfit, may include a belt or scarf

 

FOODS AND NUTRITION


Premiums:
Units 1 and 2 .......................... $4.00 - Blue Ribbons

Units 3 and 4 ........................... $5.00 - Blue Ribbons
Units 25, 30, & 35 ................... $6.00 - Blue Ribbons


CORE UNITS:
Cooking 101 - Jr., Int. & Sr. Exhibit Options: No Bake Cookies, Baked Bar Cookies , Baked Dropped or Molded Cookies


Cooking 202 - Jr., Int. & Sr. Exhibit Options: Quick Breads, Scones , or Muffins


Cooking 301 - Jr., Int. & Sr. Exhibit Options: Shortened Cakes, Yeast Rolls, Creative Yeast Bread, or Party Planning


Unit 401 - Jr., Int. & Sr. Exhibit Options: Flatbread, Double Crust Pie, or Celebration
Meals


SPECIALTY UNITS:
Unit 25 -Outdoor Cooking and Living - Jr., Int. & Sr. Exhibit Options: Food-safe boxed lunch, instant drink mix, or outdoor cooking equipment made by exhibitor (no larger than
3’x3’x3’)


Unit 30 - Cultural Foods - Int. & Sr. Exhibit food product with recipe from cultural/ethnic group in US


Unit 35 - Passport to Foreign Cookery - Int. & Sr. Exhibit one food product with recipe from foreign country

 

FOOD PRESERVATION


Unit 40 & 41 - Freezing and Drying - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 42 - Boiling Water Canning - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 43 - Pressure Canning - Int. & Sr.
See specific requirements online or in Extension office

 

HERITAGE ARTS


Premiums:
All Units .................................. $4.00 Blue Ribbons


Units: Exhibit one piece or set (up to 3) illustrating skills learned.


Crochet - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Miscellaneous Fiber Arts - Jr., Int. & Sr.
      Weaving, Spun skeins, Felted bags, Batiked Fabric,
      Hooked pillows, Navaho rugs, Macrame, etc.
Miscellaneous Non-Fiber Arts - Jr., Int. & Sr.
      Native American beading, silver smithing, Ukrainian
      eggs, paper scrolling, wood carvings, etc.
Knitting - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Quilting - Unit 1 - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Quilting - Unit 2 - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Quilting - Unit 3 - Jr., Int. & Sr.

Quilting - Unit 4 - Jr., Int. & Sr.

 

HOME DESIGN & DECOR


Premiums:
Units 1 & 2 $4.00 - Blue Ribbons
Units 3 &4 $6.00 - Blue Ribbons


Unit 1 - Recycled or Reused - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Organizer, Room Accessory, or Escape Plan - Jr. Int., Sr.
Unit 3 - Refinished or Refurbished, Windows and Beds, or Emergency Weather Family Plan - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Design Your Own - Interior Design Career - Sr. Only


All Units exhibit a completed Home Design and Décor e-Record and specific exhibit items for each unit.

 

GENERAL 4-H PROJECTS


HORSELESS HORSE
Unit 1 - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Jr., Int. & Sr.


CATS
Unit 1 - Purr-Fect Pals - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Climbing Up - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Leaping Forward - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Each unit requires a completed e-Record and display board.


GARDENING
Unit 1 - See Them Sprout - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Let’s Get Growing - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Take Your Pick - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Growing Profits - Sr. Advanced


COMPUTERS
All units: Exhibit options are Display Boards, Beginning Programming or Stand-Alone Exhibits - relevant to unit.

 

Discovering Computer Science & Programming Through Scratch - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Level/Unit 1
Level/Unit 2
Level/Unit 3
Computers in the 21st Century /Unit 4- Jr., Int. & Sr.


ELECTRIC
Unit 1 - Magic of Electricity - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Investigating Electricity - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Wired For Power - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Entering Electronics - Sr. only


MODEL ROCKETRY
Unit 1 - Introduction to Rocketry - Jr., Int. & Sr. (Balsa and Non Balsa Fins - 2 classes)
Unit 2 - Basic Model Rocketry - Jr., Int. & Sr. (Balsa Fins Only)
Unit 3 - Intermediate Model Rocketry - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Advanced Model Rocketry - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 6 - Designer Model Rocketry Jr., Int. & Sr.


ROBOTICS
There are three options for robotics projects in Colorado. Junk Drawer Robotics & Engineering
Unit 1 - Give Robotics a Hand - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Robots on the Move - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Mechatronics - Jr., Int. & Sr.

Robotics Platforms (kits or other materials)
      Unit 4 - Beginner - Jr., Int. & Sr.
      Unit 5 - Intermediate - Jr., Int. & Sr.
      Unit 6 - Advanced - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Team Robotics - Unit 7 - Jr., Int. & Sr. First Lego League (FLL) , First Tech Challenge (FTC), First Robotics Competition (FRC), Best Robotics


SMALL ENGINES
Unit 1 - Crank It Up - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Warm It Up - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Tune It Up - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Advanced Small Engines - Jr., Int. & Sr.

 

NATURAL RESOURCES 4-H PROJECTS


ENTOMOLOGY

Unit 1 - Let's Learn About Insects - Jr., Int. & Sr. .
Unit 2 - Learn More About Insects - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Insect Habits and Controls - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Insect ID & Community Projects - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 5 - Immature Insects and Life Stages - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 6 - Exploring With Insects - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 7 - Exploring With Insects - Advanced – Jr., Int. & Sr.


OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

Unit 1 - Hiking Trails - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Camping Adventures - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Backpacking Expeditions - Jr., Int. & Sr.


SHOOTING SPORTS
Classes: Exhibits may be display boards or stand-alone items. Members may have entries in both classes.
1. Archery - Jr., Int. & Sr.
2. Air Rifle - Jr., Int. & Sr.
3. Shotgun - Jr., Int. & Sr.
4. .22 Rifle - Jr., Int. & Sr.
5. .22 Pistol - Jr., Int. & Sr.
6. Muzzleloading - Jr., Int. & Sr.
7. Air Pistol - Jr., Int. & Sr.
8. Western Heritage - Jr., Int. & Sr.
9. Outdoor Skills - Jr., Int. & Sr.
10. Decorative Item (Stand Alone) - Jr., Int., & Sr.


SPORTFISHING
Classes: Exhibits may be display boards or stand-alone items. Members may have entries in both classes.

Unit 1 - Take The Bait - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Reel In The Fun Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Cast Into The Future Jr., Int. & Sr.
Sportfishing Stand-Alone Items - All Units Jr., Int. & Sr.

 

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION
Classes: Exhibits may be display boards or stand-alone items. Members may have entries in both classes.
Unit 1 - The Worth of Wild Root - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Living Wild in an Ecosystem - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Managing in a World with You & Me - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Wildlife Stand-Alone Items - All Units - Jr., Int. & Sr.


BEEKEEPING (New Project in 2020)
Exhibits will consist of completed eRecord and a display board or a stand alone item. - Jr., Int., & Sr.

Unit 1 - Beekeeping - Learn about Beekeeping - Exhibit display board.


Unit 2 - Beekeeping - Introduction to Beekeeping: Exhibit options: display board, extracted honey, chunk honey, cut comb honey, or wooden ware stand alone.


Unit 3 - Beekeeping: Exhibit options: display board, extracted honey, chunk honey, cut comb honey, or wooden ware stand alone.


Unit 4 - Advanced Beekeeping - Int., & Sr. Must have 2 years of beekeeping project experience and own hives. Exhibit: detailed notebook describing your project goals,
plans, accomplishments and evaluation.


COMMUNICATION, ARTS, & LEISURE SCIENCES
4-H PROJECTS


CERAMICS
Unit 1 - Glazes - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Underglazes - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Overglazes - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Unfired Finishes - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 5 – Porcelain Dolls - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 6 - Hand Constructed - Jr. Int. & Sr.


GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP
Unit 1 - Study of Another Country - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Host a Delegate from Another Country - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Serve as a Teen Counselor - Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Exchange Delegate to Another Country - Int. & Sr.


LEADERSHIP: SKILLS YOU NEVER OUTGROW
Exhibit is completed e-Record and display board on leadership skill(s) developed or improved.

Unit 1 - Individual Skills for Jr./Int. Members - Jr. & Int.
Unit 2 - Leadership Road Trip - Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Put Leadership to Practice - Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Refining Leadership Skills - Sr. only
Unit 5 - Community Service - Sr. only

 

LEATHERCRAFT

Exhibit is completed e-Record and leather items that meet the specific requirements of each unit.
Unit 1 - Introduction to Leather Stamping - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Beginning Leather Carving - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Intermediate Leather Carving - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Advanced Leather Carving - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 5 - Coloring and Shading - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 6 - Pictorial Carving - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 7 - Making and Rebuilding Saddles - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 8 - Creative Stamping - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 9 - Braiding and Un-tooled - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 10 - Sewing Leather - Jr. Int. & Sr.


PHOTOGRAPHY
Exhibit is completed e-Record, 1 5x7 matted photo, and 3-ring binder with specific photos based on activities in the manual.

Unit 1 - Focus on Photography - Level 1- Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Controlling the Image - Level 2- Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Mastering Photography - Level 3- Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Lighting Photography- Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 6 - Advanced Photography- Jr. Int. & Sr.


4-H FILMMAKING
Exhibit is completed e-Record and original video less than 10 minutes in length on DVD media.

Unit 1 - Animation - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Narrative - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Documentary - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 -Promotional - Jr. Int. & Sr.
Unit 5 - Voices of 4-H History - Jr. Int. & Sr.


SCRAPBOOKING
Unit 1 - One Page Layout - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Two Page Layout - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Scrapbooking Album - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Scrapbooking - Card Making - Int. & Sr.


WOODWORKING
Unit 1 - Measuring Up - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 - Making The Cut - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 3 - Nailing It Together - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 4 - Finishing Up - Jr., Int. & Sr.


VISUAL ARTS
Exhibit is a completed e-Record and an original art piece that meets the specific requirements of each unit/option.

Unit 1 - Portfolio Pathways
Option 1 - Painting & Printing - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Option 2 - Graphic Design - Jr., Int. & Sr.
Unit 2 -Sketchbook Crossroads -Drawing, Fiber & Sculpture - Jr., Int. & Sr.

 

 

This information will be updated annually or as rules and regulations change.

 

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