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When entering Alabama 4-H Competitive Events, a young person may only compete in one event at regional and state competition because of contest scheduling. Each county may register one Senior Level I and one Senior Level II individual in each state event that is offered. Each contest has its own list of policies and guidelines. For more information, see the Alabama Extension publication General Events Policies.

List of Contests

The following competitive events are offered by Alabama 4-H:

Virtual Competitive Events Day – June 25, 2021

4-H builds belonging, independence, generosity, and mastery. Mastery includes the positive impact that a project has on the knowledge, skills, and views of a young person. Competitive Events Day is a celebration of the mastery that Alabama 4-H members have developed.

Contests will be judged virtually through Zoom. Registered 4-H members will be emailed a Zoom link with instructions and contest times.

 

June 15June 16June 17
$15 ChallengeArt of Container GardeningFreestyle Showcase
Freestyle DemonstrationGrowing an Edible Container GardenGraphic Design
Have I Got a StoryBlock RocksInterior Design
Speak Up Alabama (Informative and PersuasiveExtreme BirdhousePhotography (World I See and World I Imagine)
What Would U Build

 

Registration opens May 3 in 4HOnline and closes June 4.

Registration will be available through 4HOnline (v2.4honline.com). The $10 registration fee includes awards and postage. Expenses of the 2021-2022 State Ambassadors are paid by Alabama 4-H.

You may pay via credit card through the 4HOnline system or with a check made payable to ACES 4-H and mailed to Angel Holladay, 217 Duncan Hall-ACES, Auburn University, AL 36849. Checks must be postmarked by June 21.

 

Download a PDF of Virtual Competitive Events Day, 4HYD-2173.

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