4-H Events

Program Contact: Jenny W. Loyd, 4-H Program Coordinator
(509) 574-1600 • jennifer.loyd@co.yakima.wa.us

 

4H bullet clover 4-H HORSE EVENTS – INFORMATION, FLYERS AND ENTRY FORMS 4H bullet clover

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4H bullet clover Fashion Revue

Fashion Revue is open to all 4-H members enrolled in clothing, knitting, crocheting and Adventures in Family Living.

Judging of garments will be Tuesday, April 25 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm, Contact Extension office to schedule your appointment.
Fashion Revue will be Friday, April 28, 6:30 pm – You can come in at 6:00 pm to practice.
Download forms and packet information from the 4-H Forms Page

Fun With Clothes – Cloverbuds, Ages 5-7.  Teaching creativity and basic sewing skills. Sample Projects: Pin pillows, Apron, Purse, Mittens, Belt, Oven Mitt, Stuffed Toy.
Clothing Capers – Junior, Ages 8-10. Some members may be beginners and enjoy sewing simple projects without patterns.  Others may be interested in using easy patterns to sew clothes they can wear or items they can use. Sample Projects: Tunic, Backpack, Tank Top, Jumper, Pajamas, Tote Bags, Simple Costume, Simple Dress, Shirt, Skirt.
Clothes That Click – Intermediate, Ages 11-13,  Senior, Ages 14 to less than 19 years of age. May enter coordinated outfit, the main part of the outfit should be sewn. Hair Accessories, Book Bag, Stuffed Toy, Poncho/Cape, Drawstring or Elastic Wast Pants, Formal or Dressy ware, Tailored Shirt, Jacket.
Creative Consumer Fashion – New-sewn clothing.  The outfit must match the occasion and the objective outlined int he commentary.  Coordinated outfits can reflect such occasions as: Prom, Sports, Beach, etc.

4H bullet cloverAll Area Performing Arts (County Contest)

Areas of Competition:
A: Solo
B: Group (two or more)

  1. Vocal
  2. Instrumental
  3. Skit
  4. Dance or Baton
  5. Piano
  6. Oral Readings & Speeches
  7. Miscellaneous (Lip Sync, etc.)

Entries are limited to 5 minutes for vocal, instrumental, dance or baton; 4 minutes for lip sync, oral readings and speeches, and 10 minutes for skits. (All skits are encouraged to have a 4-H promotional theme, but not required.

4H bullet cloverStates’ 4-H International Exchange Programs

Enhancing world understanding and global citizenship through 4-H cultural immersion and exchange programs since 1972.  Host an international youth delegate and bring the richness of the world to your home!.  Hosts families don’t need to incur extra expenses or plan special activities.  The S4-H program focuses on daily life and family activities and is perfect for families eager to share their lives and culture.  For more information contact Carolyn Russo, carolyn.russo@wsu.edu, 509-431-0719, Yakima County Extension office, yakima.4h@wsu.edu 509-574-1600 or website: http://www.states4hexchange.org/, Flyer: States’4-H International Exchange Programs[/textblock][/column][/row][/section]