Public Access is Closed to MOST County Facilities Due to COVID-19.
In response to Governor Inslee's Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, Thurston County has moved to an essential services model, in effect
through Sunday, May 31, 2020. Courts and other elected offices may operate under different hours or restrictions.
(Solid waste facilities are open. For more information, visit: https://bit.ly/2SldUPq)
(For more information on essential functions, visit: https://bit.ly/3dwIBK8)
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CLASS 1 - 4-H JUDGING CONTESTS
Points: Blue – 20 Red – 15 White – 5
AGE DIVISION KEY:
Livestock Judging Superintendent:
Debbie Clarke (360) 789-5653 debbie. email@example.com
CLASS 2 - 4-H PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS
Superintendent: Annthea Gobel firstname.lastname@example.org(Demonstrations, Illustrated Talks, or Public Speeches)
CLASS 3 - 4-H EDUCATIONAL DISPLAYS
Superintent: Contact 4-H Office(Posters, Displays & Mobiles)
SUBLOTS - Add these numbers to lot letter above designating appropriate typeof exhibit.
CLASS 4 - 4-H IN ACTION
Sign up with Department SuperintendentsParticipation POINTS 15 (participation only, non-judged)4-H members interact with the public while demonstrating a skill or completing an activity related to a project area. Members may repeat the activity as often as necessary complete the commitment of one hour. No additional points will be earned for longer times or multiple participation events, regardless of subject matter. Preregistration is required.
CLASS 5 - RECORD BOOKSPoints: Blue – 25 Red – 20 White – 15Superintendent: Contact 4-H Office
Members are encouraged to enter a record book in the Fair. This is a county level activity only. Record Books do not go to State Fair. ONLY the Thurston County Record Book forms will be accepted. No other Record Book formats will be judged. Read the directions completely before completing your Record Book.
To enter your Record Book in the Achievement Celebration it must be resubmitted to the Extension office by the 1st Friday in October.
CLASS 6 - ROUND ROBIN
Points: This is a non-premium event
Superintendents: Kayla Swearingen (360)481-3410, email@example.comChris Swearingen (360)481-3410, firstname.lastname@example.org
Round Robin - Top two showmen in beef, swine,
goats, dairy, horse, llama and sheep from Intermediate & Senior levels, are
encouraged to participate in the Large Animal Round Robin. Top two showmen in
pygmy goat, poultry, rabbit, cat, dog, and cavy, and pocket pet project, from
Intermediate & Senior level members are encouraged to participate in the
Small Animal Round Robin.
If top two
showman are not available, or have won the Red Robin contest in a previous year, at the superintendent discretion, substitution may
be made. Top two showmen would be
Champion and Reserve Champion for the Senior class and Champion and Reserve
Champion for the Intermediate class.
Only blue ribbon winners qualify.
Seniors and Intermediates will participate in separate classes. Juniors are not eligible
Round Robin-Each Superintendent will be responsible for determining the eligible showmen & animals from their department for the show.
Superintendents will at as judges for the show or will choose someone to judge from their department.
Round Robin participants should dress appropriately for showing all types of animals, i.e. sturdy footwear for Large Animal Round Robin and long sleeves for Small Animal Round Robin.
All Round Robin exhibitors will receive Awards of Merit. The Senior Grand Champions will receive a special award of a belt buckle or trophy. The Intermediate Grand Cahmaions will receive special awards.
Winners will not be eligible to compete in futrue Thurston county Fair Round Robin contests, with the exception that intermediates may compete again when they reach the senior level.
Coaching during the contest will not be permitted.
4-H ANIMAL SCIENCE GENERAL RULES