Category Archives: State 4-H Events

🎨 Equine Art Contest Results 🐴

Congratulations to Heavenly Hooves’ Daisy and Savannah Timney for placing in several categories of the Equine Art Contest. Well done!!

Delaware 4-H members of all ages recently participated in a statewide Equine Art Contest sponsored by the Delaware 4-H Horse Advisory Committee, a group of volunteer 4-H Equine Project Leaders. Entries from budding artists from across the state were submitted for the contest in the following categories:

· Drawing- Pastels/Charcoal/Graphite/Colored Pencil (Abstract or Realistic)

· Drawing- Pen/Ink/Markers/Crayon (Abstract or Realistic)

· Painting- Oil/Acrylic/Watercolor (Abstract or Realistic)

· Photography- Color digital or 35 mm film

· Photography- Black and White digital or 35 mm film

· Cartoon- Single Frame or Strip

· Mixed Media

Entries were divided into age groups for judging. Awards were given to the top six entries in each category and age group. A Best in Show Champion and Best in Show Reserve Champion overall were also chosen from all of the entries. Annual Art Contest entries were submitted to an online virtual art gallery.

Results:

Drawing- Pastels, Charcoal, Graphite, Colored Pencil- Abstract- Intermediate Ages 12-14

1. Savannah Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County

Drawing –Pen, Ink, Crayon, Markers-Abstract- Senior- Agues 15-19

1. Daisy Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County

Color Photography- Digital or 35MM- Senior- Ages 15-19

2. Daisy Timey, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County

 

🎉State Fair Results🎉

Congratulations to all our NCC 4-H members who submitted Fair entries and participated in Fair competitions! 

Judging Results:

 

Horticulture:

Eason Li, Blue


Poultry:

Victoria Fuller, Blue

Addison Vitusky, Blue


Woodworking:

Cole Simpson, Blue

Bruce Patrick, Blue


Clothing and Textiles:

Katie Campbell, Blue


Photography:

Eason Li, Blue


Wildlife:

Gabriel Trunfio, Blue

Matthew Trunfio, Blue


Foods:

Anna Schaedler, Blue

Cole Simpson, Blue


Livestock:

Elizabeth Handlin, Blue

Victoria Fuller, Blue

Makayla Bradley, Blue

Sydney Phipps, Blue

Liam Phipps, Blue


Horse:

Isabella Zurzolo, Blue

Elizabeth Handlin, Blue

Daisey Timney, Blue


Public Speaking:

Beginner (8-9):

Evelyn Witte, 1st pl.

Beginner (10-11):

Alexis Wolff, 3rd pl.

Senior:

Melanie Witte, 2nd pl.


Talent Show:

Age 8-12 Talent Acts:

Evelyn Witte, 3rd pl.

Age 13-19 Talent Acts:

Eason Li, 3rd pl.

Matthew Trunfio, 4th pl.


Window Display:

Stump Corner, 1st pl.


Avian Bowl:

Clover Quest, 2nd pl.

Heavenly Hooves, 3rd pl.


Archery Competition:

Senior Recurve:

Emily Campbell, 9th pl.

Junior Compound:

Paige Green, 2nd pl.

Intermediate Compound:

Bruce Patrick, 9th pl.

Senior Compound:

Jacob Green, 1st pl.


Compact Tractor Driving:

Junior:

Bruce Patrick, 1st pl.


Delaware 4-H Dropbox Entries:
Name Description Class Placing
Brandon Tang Digital Slide Show 162 1st
Eason Li Excel – Income and Expenses 78 1st
Liam Aber 4-H Project 82 1st
Liam Aber Digital Slide Show Junior 161 1st
Eason Li Digital Slide Show Senior 162 1st
Tobi Tang Digitial Slide Show Junior 161 1st
Tobi Tang 4 Seasons 155 1st
Tobi Tang 4-H Flyer 79 2nd
Tobi Tang Beginning to End 157 1st
Tobi Tang What Green Means to me 156 1st

Demonstrations:

Shooting Sports:

Savannah Timney, Blue Division Champion

Indoor Gardening:

Daisy Timney, Blue Division Champion

Healthy Food Selection:

Evelyn Witte, Blue Division Winner

Sheep:

Elizabeth Handlin, Blue Division Winner

Entomology:

Liam Aber, Blue Division Winner

Other-Science:

Alexis Wolff, Blue Division Winner

Virtual Legislative Workshops

“Let Your Voice Be Heard” – Virtual Legislative Workshops – May 13-25

REGISTER HERE


The Delaware 4-H State Teen Council invites 4-H members ages 8-19 to participate in 3 different workshops to show how people of all ages can work with our state legislators to let their voices be heard as well as the general legislative process.

  • Session 1 Thursday, May 13 (7-8 pm) – Let Your Voice Be Heard
    • Examples of how youth can work with legislators to make bills and pass laws.

  • Session 2 Thursday, May 20 (6-7 pm) – How a Bill Becomes a Law/Voting Process
    • Legislators will review the process of a bill becoming a law.
    • 4-H Alumni, John Moller, will review the voting process and show how absentee ballots are counted.
  • Session 3 Tuesday, May 25 (7-8 pm) – Ask a Legislator

    • Legislators will hold a question and answer session on any questions members have about government.

🎇🎡State Fair Entry Registrations Now Open🎇🎡

State Fair Entries Open at 9 am, April 1

 

See the 2021 Delaware State Fair Newsletter below:

Delaware State Fair Newsletter-2021

 

Please use the below link and register under 4-H.

Please note: We don’t have access to the Fair exhibit registration site and therefore, cannot assist you with registration issues. For questions, please call the Fair directly at 302-398-3269.

https://www.delawarestatefair.com/competitive-exhibits

 

We are also pleased to announce a new class:

Class 240             Poster Promoting Teens to seek Emotional and Mental Health Treatment (when needed)

The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) is sponsoring a poster contest to promote teens to seek emotional and mental health treatment, when needed.  Unfortunately, there is oftentimes a stigma associated with mental illness, emotional disturbances and seeking treatment. Youth and adolescents need to know they can request assistance when dealing with mental illness – and not feel ashamed about it.  Young adults should feel comfortable when asking for help when dealing with mental or emotional concerns and should never feel embarrassed.

Mental illnesses can affect a person’s thinking, feeling, mood, or behaviors.  Some of the major types of mental illness are depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar mood disorder, personality disorders, and eating disorders.  For more information on major types of mental illness, visit:  https://kids.delaware.gov/pbhs/youth-and-teens.shtml

All youth/adolescents ages 11 to 19, are encouraged to submit an original design that helps reduce the stigma associated with seeking treatment for mental illness.

Posters will be evaluated based on the following rules:

1.      Submissions should provide a clear and understandable message in a concise format.

2.      The message portrayed should be easy to read.  Letters and words should be clear and legible.

3.      Language used should be appropriate for age group.

4.      Exhibits should use 14” x 22” poster board, using the entire space on the page.

5.      Any medium or combination of media may be used, including crayons, line drawings, watercolor, paint, etc.

6.      No coloring book or traced drawings.

7.      Computer generated images are acceptable.

8.      Artwork must be the artist’s original creation.

9.      Exhibits must be entered by individuals only.

10.   Do not fold entries.

11.   One cash prize will be awarded by DPH to the first place winner.  A check will be mailed to the winner after the 2021 Delaware State Fair.  The winning exhibit, along with all entries, will be advertised on our Maternal and Child Health website, https://dethrives.com in addition to our other social media platforms.

1st

2nd

3rd

$125.00 Ribbon Ribbon

 

 

Important Info on State Camp

Revision to Camp Attendance Policy for Summer 2021 

 
With plans ongoing for an in-person 2021 Delaware 4-H State Camp and Environmental Camp experience, we felt it important to share the following revisions to the attendance policy in light of in-person safety restrictions and compliance with state and university health guidance.   

 

1. Any camper of 4-H age who attended Delaware 4-H State Camp, either virtually or in-person before 2021, is eligible to register for Delaware 4-H State Camp in 2021.

2. Any camper who did not attend Delaware 4-H State Camp prior to 2020 and will be a first-year camper between the ages of 10-12 will be required to register for 4-H State Environmental Camp in 2021 before being able to register for State 4-H Camp in subsequent years.
3. Campers will be notified of their camp enrollment for 2021 once a review is made of past camp attendance.
We strongly encourage online registration beginning April 1 for the best chance of securing a space in camp this summer rather than mailing in the paper registration form (if at all possible). 
If you have any further questions, please contact Melissa in the State Office.

Register ONLINE

2021–Camp Newsletter–Modified camp

2021–State Camp Application

State Hippology Contest Results

The Delaware 4-H program held their statewide 4-H Hippology contest at the end of December.  Normally held on site at an equine facility, the event was adapted and held virtually this year.  Hippology meaning “study of the horse” is an activity that enhances learning for 4-H members by letting them exhibit their knowledge and understanding of equine science and husbandry in a competitive setting.  34 youth ages 5-19 from across the state participated in the virtual competition.  The Delaware 4-H Horse Advisory Committee, a group composed of 4-H volunteers from all three Delaware counties that are dedicated to providing quality 4-H horse programs to members, sponsored the contest.

4-H members competed as individuals this year.  The individual portion of the contest had competitors complete five different sections focused on multiple choice questions on equine management related topics, feed identification, general horse equipment identification horse coat color and marking identification, and sorting tack as well as breeds into appropriate categories.  Seniors also completed an exercise that asked them to identify the parts of the sole of a horse foot based on a photograph.

4-H members were scored and placed utilizing the Danish system which compared their score to a standard.

We’d like to congratulate Daisy Timney of the Heavenly Hooves Club for her performance in the contest!

  • Senior (14-19 year olds)

Hannah Davis, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County ~Red

Sydney Messick, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County ~Red

Zoe Probert, Sunset Branch 4-H Club, Sussex County ~Red

Paige Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County ~Red

Daisy Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County ~Red

 

Caroline Allen, Westville 4-H Club, Kent County ~Yellow

Edwin  Noon, Country Clovers 4-H Club, Sussex County ~Yellow

Sophie Noon, Country Clovers 4-H Club, Sussex County ~Yellow

Ava Reilly, Country Clovers 4-H Club, Sussex County ~Yellow

Cate Reilly, Country Clovers 4-H Club, Sussex County ~Yellow

 

4-H is a community of young people across Delaware learning leadership, citizenship and lifeskills.   For more information on becoming a 4-H member or volunteer in Delaware please contact your county extension office:

Virtual State Teen Conference

Delaware 4-H 2021 Virtual State Teen Conference
Theme:  4-H Heroes:  Masking up for 4-H (Superhero Theme)
Event Date:  February 13, 2021
Time:  10am-Noon and 1pm-2:30pm (All day event)
 4-H Members 13 and older are invited to join DE 4-H State Teen Council members as they lead workshops on leadership, teambuilding, STEM, Healthy Living and Community Service.  UD Collegiate 4-H will also be leading a panel discussion.
Register By:  January 22, 2021

The Zoom link and password will be sent out 1 week prior to the event.  Event supplies will also be provided 1 week before.  Please contact Melissa in the State Office with questions.

2020 State Clothing Showcase Results

Beginner Division

Elizabeth Abbate, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Regan Rust, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Maggie Wieber, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Aliva Sunnekalb, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Reily Clendaniel, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Anastasia Postell, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Savannah Starke, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Victorie Moritz, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Daisy Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County, Red Ribbon

Addison Evans, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

 

Intermediate Division

Sara Zink, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Red Ribbon

Alexiana Hay, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Rylan Rust, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Carley Rebuck, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Rain Vasey, Pure Country 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Alexis Starke, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Carmie Blanchette, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

 

Advanced Division

Brenna Geidel, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Rachel Taylor, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

 

🐴Equine Art Contest Results

Delaware 4-H Equine Art Contest Winners

Delaware 4-H members of all ages recently participated in a statewide Equine Art Contest sponsored by the Delaware 4-H Horse Advisory Committee, a group of volunteer 4-H Equine Project Leaders.   Entries from budding artists from across the state were submitted for the contest in the following categories:

  • Drawing- Pastels/Charcoal/Graphite/Colored Pencil (Abstract or Realistic)
  • Drawing- Pen/Ink/Markers/Crayon (Abstract or Realistic)
  • Painting- Oil/Acrylic/Watercolor (Abstract or Realistic)
  • Photography- Color digital or 35 mm film
  • Photography- Black and White digital or 35 mm film
  • Cartoon- Single Frame or Strip
  • Mixed Media

Entries were divided into age groups for judging.  Awards were given to the top six entries in each category and age group.  A Best in Show Champion and Best in Show Reserve Champion overall were also chosen from all of the entries.  The annual art contest went virtual this year due to coronavirus concerns.

 

Drawing- Pastels, Charcoal, Graphite, Colored Pencil Abstract- Junior- Ages 8-11

  1. Abby Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County
  2. Jocelyn Retkowski, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County
  3. Jordanne Retkowski, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County
  4. Jordanne Retkowski, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Drawing- Pastels, Charcoal, Graphite, Colored Pencil- Abstract- Intermediate Ages 12-14

  1. Kaitlyn Wingate, Cozy Corner Afterschool 4-H Program

 

Drawing- Pastels, Charcoal, Graphite, Colored Pencil- Realistic- Cloverbud- Ages 5-7

  • Josiah Retkowski, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County
  • Greta Worden, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County

 

Drawing- Pastels, Charcoal, Graphite, Colored Pencil Realistic- Junior- Ages 8-11

  1. Jordanne Retkowski, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County
  2. Savannah Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County
  3. Jordanne Retkowski, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County
  4. Abby Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County
  5. Jack Handlin, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County
  6. Savannah Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County

 

Drawing- Pastels, Charcoal, Graphite, Colored Pencil Realistic- Intermediate- Ages 12-14

  1. Clara Gulick, Tails n’ Trails 4-H Club, New Castle County
  2. Natalie Abbott, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County
  3. Kaitlyn Wingate, Cozy Corner Afterschool 4-H Program, Sussex County
  4. Natalie Abbott, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County
  5. Kaitlyn Wingate, Cozy Corner Afterschool 4-H Club, Sussex County

 

Drawing- Pen, Ink, Crayon, Markers- Abstract-Cloverbud Participants Ages 5-7

  • Shane Dury, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County
  • Caleb Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County
  • Sophia Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Drawing- Pen, Ink, Crayon, Markers- Abstract- Junior-Ages 8-11

  1. Brooklyn Larimore, Vernon Creek 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Drawing –Pen, Ink, Crayon, Markers-Abstract- Intermediate- Agues 12-14

  1. Daisy Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County

 

Drawing- Pen, Ink, Crayon, Markers- Realistic- Cloverbud Participants Ages 5-7

  • Sophia Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County
  • Josiah Retkowski, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Drawing- Pen, Ink, Crayon, Markers- Realistic- Junior- Ages 8-11

  1. Jordanne Retkowski, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County
  2. Brooke Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County
  3. Juliette Anger, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

 

Drawing- Pen, Ink, Crayon, Markers- Realistic- Intermediate Ages 12-14

  1. Kaitlyn Wingate, Cozy Corner Afterschool 4-H Program, Sussex County

 

Painting- Abstract- Junior-Ages 8-11

  1. Kaitlyn Grant, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County
  2. Maggie Wieber, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Painting- Abstract- Intermediate- Ages 12-14

  1. Daisy Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County

 

Painting- Realistic- Intermediate- Ages 12-14

  1. Sedona Ashman, Sunset Branch 4-H Club, Sussex County

Color Photography- Digital or 35 MM – Junior- Ages 8-11

  1. Lydia Kavanagh, Porter Gang 4-H Cub, New Castle County
  2. Brooklynn Larimore, Vernon Creek 4-H Club, Kent County
  3. Brooke Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County
  4. Brooklynn Larimore, Vernon Creek 4-H Club, Kent County
  5. Brooke Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County
  6. Miley Flood, Cozy Corner Afterschool 4-H Program, Sussex County

 

Color Photography- Digital or 35 MM – Intermediate- Ages 12-14

  1. Kaitlyn Wingate, Cozy Corner Afterschool 4-H Program, Sussex County
  2. Kaitlyn Wingate, Cozy Corner Afterschool 4-H Program, Sussex County

 

Color Photography- Digital or 35MM- Senior- Ages 15-19

  1. Paige Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs, Sussex County
  2. Weston Williams, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County
  3. Weston Williams, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County
  4. Paige Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

 

Black and White Photography- Digital or 35 MM- Junior- Ages 8-11

  1. Miley Flood, Cozy Corner 4-H Afterschool Program, Sussex County
  2. Brooklynn Larimore, Vernon Creek 4-H Club, Kent County
  3. Brooklynn Larimore, Vernon Creek 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Black and White Photography- Digital or 35 MM- Intermediate- Ages 12-14

  1. Kaitlyn Wingate, Cozy Corner Afterschool 4-H Program, Sussex County
  2. Kaitlyn Wingate, Cozy Corner Afterschool 4-H Program, Sussex County

 

Black and White Photography- Digital or 35 MM-Senior- Ages 15-19

  1. Weston Williams, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County
  2. Weston Williams, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County
  3. Paige Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County
  4. Paige Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

 

Mixed Media- Cloverbud- Ages 5-7

  • Caleb Mast, On Target 4-H Club Kent County
  • Sophia Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Mixed Media- Junior- Ages 8-11

  1. Savannah Messick, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County
  2. Blayne Tucker, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County
  3. Avalon Davis, Holler-N-Hooves 4-H Club, Kent County
  4. Abby Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Mixed Media- Intermediate- Ages 12-14

  1. Ethan Stafford, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County
  2. Sydney Messick, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Best In Show Champion AwardWeston Williams – Age 15- Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County –Black and White Photography

 

Best In Show Reserve Champion Award-Clara Gulick- Age 13- Tails and Trails 4-H Club, New Castle County –Realistic Drawing

 

 

 

State Teen Council

The Goal of a Delaware 4-H State Teen Officer:
“Foster the development of youth and the 4-H program.”  As a role model for youth and a representative and spokesperson for the 4-H program, your job is to uphold the high ideals, values and moral standards of the Delaware 4-H program.

  • Officially represent 4-H to legislators, University of Delaware officials and other decision makers.
  • Function as a team member to plan and carry out leadership and community service projects, which involve 4-H membership at the club and county levels.

Term of Office
The candidates selected for the 2020-2021 cycle will serve in office from August 2020 through July 2021.

The candidate will be selected by a committee of 4-H professional staff and/or other designated individuals from the
county and state level. Candidates will be notified of their selection by mid-August 2020.

 

State Teen Council 2020-21 Application

Legislative Day

The 2020 Delaware 4-H Legislative Day is scheduled for Wednesday, April 8 at Legislative Hall in Dover, DE.  4-H’ers can participate in Legislative Day more than one year as we offer different programs for different year’s participants.  We encourage your participation this year!  This event is brought to you by UD Cooperative Extension, a service of the UD College of Agriculture and Natural Resources–a land-grant institution.

The Agenda will include:

·        Orientation

·        4-H Displays/Exhibits

·        Workshops/Tours

·        Lunch

·        Workshops/Tours

·        4-H Legislative Rally

Cost is $10.00 per participant and includes lunch.  (Sorry no refunds)

Credit card payments will be accepted online, or you may choose to send a check for the appropriate amount made payable to “University of Delaware”.

Registration Deadline: March 27, 2020

2020 Legislative Day Online Registration Form

 

 

Clothing/Textile Showcase Announcement

                           Saturday, April 18, 2020                                      Lake Forest High School, Felton

Judging and Practice: Saturday, April 18, 2020,         2:00 p.m. Registration

Fashion Showcase:  Saturday, April 18, 2020, 7:00 p.m.

 

Return the Intent Form to the Kent County 4-H Office by March 31st. You may email to Caroline Del Vecchio or fax to 302-735-8130.

Clothing Items, Display Items, and Fashion Notebooks are due Friday, April 10th to the New Castle County Office. We will deliver them to Kent County for you.

** Actual Entry Forms to be attached to the entries will be emailed to you once all applications are received.**

2020 Clothing & Textile Showcase with ScoreSheet

2020 Ready to Wear

Intent Form

2020 State Teen Conference

2020 Delaware 4-H State Teen Conference 
February 8-9, 2020
Courtyard Marriott Newark, DE
Join the Delaware 4-H State Teen Council and embark on a weekend-long, Wild West experience!
4-H members ages 13 and above are welcome to attend!
Activities Include:

Engaging team-building and leadership workshops
UD Ice Hockey Game
Catered Meals
Overnight lodging at the Courtyard Marriott in Newark
Dance and Snack party- Feel free to wear comfortable clothes. Western-themed costumes are encouraged! (abide by 4-H dress code)

The total cost to attend conference is $100; however, many 4-H members will qualify for a 50 percent discount through your county Junior Council and Leaders Associations.  These organizations have graciously agreed to offer these funds again this year to support this program, provided youth meet the minimum requirements of participation.  Prior to registering, please contact your county office to confirm if you received the 50 percent discount.

**Registrants who qualify for the Junior Council Scholarship, please use discount code JRCOUNCIL when registering.**
Registration will only be accepted online beginning in mid-December.  Credit card payments will be accepted online, or you may choose to send a check for the appropriate amount made payable to “University of Delaware”.

Click HERE to register

All attendees must be enrolled in 4-H Online for the 2019-2020 program year and have a valid health form on file.  If you are not sure if you are a current member, please contact your county 4-H office.  

Contact: Jill Jackson at 302-856-7303 or Kaleb Scott at 302-730-4000
Registration Deadline:  January 24, 2020