4-H Achievement Day is a mixture of exhibits and fun sessions that will focus on 4-H topics. It is a reward for being a 4-H member during the 2011-12 school year. The day ends with a yell contest and awards being given out. 4-H members from all 37 clubs will be there. 4-H clubs will rotate through some fun interactive activities during the day. Each club will have the opportunity to perform a song/yell as a group. Exhibit categories that 4-H club members may enter are arts and crafts, homemade cookies, jewelry/accessories, posters, and photography prints. Fun sessions includes a Petting Zoo, Germ Cave, Fishing, Living Necklace, McGruff, Fire Truck, Line Dancing, The low down on Snacks, Let's Get Active, Right-size Your Portions, Community Service, Outdoors Skills, Rescue Crew, Texting and Driving, Games U, and a Mini Mess Fest.
4-H club members need to turn in a completed 4-H Portfolio and Project Book for judging by March 1, 2012 to be eligible to attend and participate at 4-H Achievement Day. Results from Project Record Books, Demonstration Day, and Achievement Day Exhibit Contest are listed in the links below.