Is Photo judging your thing? Or maybe taking awesome pictures is your thing and you would like to share your opinion with others about what makes a good photo. Either way, you can apply to be a Texas 4-H Photography Judge by going to: https://goo.gl/mIg6Bu You are probably better at photography than you think. Help youth by sharing your expertise.
District 9 4-H is once again offering a Robotics Challenge at Big Time in D9. The event will closely mirror the challenge at State 4-H Roundup. So closely in fact, that I encourage you to take a look at the State Rules while we are getting things finalized for District 9. To sum up the competition, you will be using a LEGO Mindstorm or NXT kit to build your robot. At the beginning of the Contest you will be shown a field of play (where your robot works)… Read More →
Picnic Perfect is the theme for the 2016 Recipe Rally This is a contest where you demonstrate your cooking abilities on a Video…. kinda like Rachel Ray, without the studio audience. You submit an 8 minute video of your food preparation and you are judged on: Key steps in preparation Key nutrients in your dish and their function Food safety practices Substitutions made in an effort to keep it healthy Serving size and cost analysis. I’m no expert in this contest, but it does combine two of my… Read More →
Texas 4-H Roundup has blocked rooms for those wanting to stay in College Station during the event. The room blocks offer competitive prices and a chance to stay near other Roundup participants… Book your rooms early!
Just a reminder that the District 9 4-H Archery contest deadline for entry is fast approaching. All entries must be submitted on 4-HConnect by January 17, 2016. Go to the District 9 4-H Shooting Sports page for all the contest details
Have you gone back to look at the 2015 winners of the District 9 4-H Photography Contest? If you plan on entering the contest in 2016 you might want to see what the competition looked like last year. The 2015 photo entries are still available for your perusal, but only until March. In March we will take down last year’s entries and prepare the website for the 2016 contest. For the most part the District 9 4-H Photography contest follows the same rules as the state contest, but… Read More →
District 9 4-H is hosting an invitational quiz bowl competition on January 9, 2016. $200 Prize Money for each division winner, and prizes for each age group. There will be a division for Beef, Horse, Swine, and Food & Nutrition. Standard Texas 4-H Quiz Bowl rules and references apply. This event will offer a great opportunity for teams to practice and have fun while competing prior to the BIG SHOW at Roundup. All entries are made through adult profiles, on 4-H Connect. There is a $40 entry fee… Read More →