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Coronavirus COVID-19

COVID-19 Advisory: WSU Extension is working to keep our communities safe. All Extension programming is being provided virtually, postponed, or canceled. Effective March 16, 2020, WSU Extension county offices and WSU Research & Extension Centers will be closed to the public. We are available via email, phone, and webconference.

4-H Events & News

Program Contact: Melanie Owens
509-524-2685 • wallawalla.4h@wsu.edu

Upcoming 4-H Event Registrations, Forms, and Brochures


ANNUAL CALENDAR

ACHIEVEMENT NIGHT


FASHION REVUE


PUBLIC PRESENTATION

The Public Presentation competition is held in April and May for the Walla Walla County 4-H program.  Youth must participate in the April competition in order to compete in May.

Below are a list of helpful documents to prepare youth for participating in this competition.

Useful guidelines and ideas for public presentations:

Judging guidelines and scorecards for public presentations:


RECORD BOOK CONTEST

Record books are due by  Oct 1, to the Walla Walla County Extension Office.  Project medals and awards, for record books, are given out during the annual Achievement Night program.


SUMMER CAMPS:

  • TBA

SUPER SATURDAY:

4-H is a community of young people across America learning leadership, citizenship and life skills through projects such as robotics, creative arts, sewing, environmental science, and animals (including domestic, reptiles, etc.)

Each March, Walla Walla County youth (4-H and non-4-H) in 1st-12th grade are invited to attend classes designed to increase or introduce life skills and knowledge in various subjects through participating in fun hands-on projects.


TEEN LEADERSHIP

Teens will have the opportunity to help determine county 4-H program needs, help plan and conduct county, district, and state events and activities.  This is a great opportunity to become involved in political activity at county and state levels and accept state and national leadership roles.  The following are a list of ways to be involved:


TOP CHEF CONTEST

Top Chef Contest is an opportunity for youth enrolled in a 4-H Food Project to show off their cooking/baking and table setting skills.  This contest is held annually in February.  Below is the Registration form and other associated forms that provide rules and helpful tips to participate in the Top Chef Contest.


WALLA WALLA FAIR AND FRONTIER DAYS


WA STATE FAIR

If you received a blue ribbon for your Public Presentation in May or a blue ribbon for your exhibit at the Walla Walla County Fair you are eligible to attend the WA State 4-H Fair in Puyallup, WA!!!

Participants and their chaperone are required to fill out the Exhibitor Information Form

Please read the General Exhibitor Information on security, parking, passes, dorms, gates, etc.

For the State Fair Exhibitor Guide go to: http://extension.wsu.edu/4h/fairs/state-4-h-fair/exhibitor-guide/

For more information on the WA State 4-H Fair (such as maps, forms, guides, etc.) go to: http://extension.wsu.edu/4h/fairs/state-4-h-fair/

Once your application has been submitted, WA State 4-H Fair passes can be picked up at the WSU Extension Office (1 pass for participant and 1 pass for one chaperone ONLY!)


Quilt Camp


Walla Walla County Fair


Fashion Revue


Quilt Camp


Super Saturday


Experience 4-H!
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