In order to exhibit at the Clark County Fair during any year, a 4-H member must be fully enrolled in 4-H Online by May 1st.
Clark County 4-H Animal Certificates
4-H Animal Certificates for each of the following animals are due May 1st.
4-H Cat (Fillable PDF)
4-H Dairy (Fillable PDF)
4-H Dog (Fillable PDF)
4-H Llama (Fillable PDF)
4-H Horse (Fillable PDF)
4-H Pet Pals (Fillable PDF)
The two exceptions are below:
4-H Beef – Due at 4-H Beef Pre Fair Weigh In on the 1st Saturday in February
4-H Market Goat – due April 1
If the due date falls on Sunday or Monday then due date is on the first business day following the due date.
Animal Entry and Registration
4-H Animal Entry Forms and 4-H Activity Registration Forms are due in the WSU/Clark County Extension – 4-H Office by Friday, June 30, 2023. Forms can be sent in by the following methods:
- In-person – WSU/Clark County Extension – 4-H Office
- Mailed – Chantal Krystiniak 1919 NE 78th Street Vancouver WA 98665
- Email attachment to: email@example.com
Fair Sign-up Forms
4-H Activity Entry Form 2023
Animal Entry Form
Dog Entry Form
Horse Entry Form
2023 4-H-Clark County Fair-Shooting Sport Match
Still Exhibit Entry Form
4-H Animal Projects Fair Forms
4-H Kitten Health Record
4-H Cat Health Record
4-H Dog Health Record
4-H Market Beef Health Record (due at Final Weigh-In) Fillable PDF
4-H Market Swine Health Record (due at Final Weigh-In)
4-H Market Lamb Health Record (due at Final Weigh-In) Fillable PDF
4-H Market Goat Health Record (due at Final Weigh-In) Fillable PDF
4-H Market Rabbit Health Record (due at Final Weigh-In) Fillable PDF
4-H Market Poultry Health Record (due at Final Weigh-In) Fillable PDF
JLA Market Expense Report (due at Final Weigh-In)
4-H Exhibit Hall Materials
Exhibitor Label (cut into 4, fill out one per entry)
4-H Fair Activities: Materials & Worksheets
Food Activity Worksheet(County)
Food Activity Score Sheet (C1098E)
You Can Prevent Foodborne Illness (PNW250)
Dinner is Served (EM3443)
Pack a Safe Lunch (EB1490)
4-H Consumer Selection
Consumer Selection Worksheet – Senior
Consumer Selection Worksheet – Intermediate
Consumer Selection Worksheet – Junior
4-H Consumer Selection Commentary
Consumer Selection Score Card
4-H Fashion Revue
Fashion Revue Questions Senior
Fashion Revue Questions Intermediate
Fashion Revue Questions Junior
Fashion Review Personal Data Sheet
Fashion Review Scorecard
Writing 4-H Fashion Revue Commentary
Fashion Revue Commentary
4-H Public Presentations
Contact: Randi Richards firstname.lastname@example.org
Practicing and offering 4-H public presentations give youth an ideal opportunity to stretch and grow in the “mastery” (one the the 4, Essential Elements of 4-H) of their 4-H projects. Settings that promote mastery – like 4-H Club meetings, County Fair, State Fair – encourage youth to take risks, seek out challenges, and focus on self-improvement rather than comparing themselves to their peers.
As youth prepare to give presentations, please check out our 4-H Public Presentations: Guidelines & Tips handout — our “go-to” resource for planning presentations, judging scoresheet, helpful tips, and much more.
Types of 4-H Presentations
- A DEMONSTRATION puts words into action. An effective demonstration teaches others how to do something by showing while telling. At the end of a demonstration, you should have a finished product to show your audience.
Sample titles include: how to cook an egg, how to groom a dog, how to needle-felt
- An ILLUSTRATED TALK makes us of posters, pictures, Power Point (for Junior, Intermediate, and Senior 4-Hers), or other visuals to show how to do something or illustrate a process. No finished product is required.
Sample titles include: how to plan a garden, how to distinguish horse markings, how to lead a fun and effective carwash
- PUBLIC SPEAKING is a prepared speech on a specific subject for an audience. Usually, no props or visual aids are used. 4-Hers use this type of presentation to teach, entertain, and/or inform their audiences.
Sample titles include: why I like the 4-H cat project, 4-H around the world, what compassion looks like in my community
Recommended Time Limits for 4-H Presentations
For demonstrations and illustrated talks the minimum time is 3 minutes and the maximum is 20 minutes, depending on 4-H “age” (your age on Oct. 1 of the current 4-H year). For public speeches the minimum time is 5 minutes and a maximum time is 10 minutes (at State Fair, a penalty of 5 points per minute under or over is deducted).
|4-H Age Division
||5-7 years old
||Less than 5 minutes
||8-10 years old
||11-13 years old
||14-<19 years old
4-H Presentation Resources
From the 4-H Public Presentations: Guidelines & Tips:
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