Ascension 4-H Contests

4-H Bingo Contest

All enrolled Ascension 4-H members are eligible to participate in the 4-H BINGO card contest. The first students to receive BINGO by December 17 will receive a prize and the first 5 who receive blackout by April 25 will also receive a prize. Below are the rules for the contest:

  • Completed BINGO cards must be submitted to the 4-H Office in-person or via email by the deadline to be eligible for a prize. Completed cards can be emailed to mlaiche@agcenter.lsu.edu
  • To get BINGO, 4-H members should have completed all tasks on any full-line (up, down, left, right, diagonally). List the date of completion in the square and get your club leader and/or other adult to sign off on the events they have witnessed you complete.
  • To get Blackout, 4-H members should have completed ALL activities on the entire card. List the date of completion in the square and get your club leader and/or other adult to sign off on the events they have witnessed you complete.

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Community Flag Design Contest

As part of our November club citizenship lesson, students learned more about the American Flag and things that represent America. As an additional component to the citizenship lesson and an added contest option, students can design their own flag to represent their community.

Just as the American flag has 50 stars, respresenting the 50 states and 13 stripes representing the 13 original colonies, students should think of symbols or things that represent the community in which they live. They can use symbols to represent people, places, and things that are familiar within the local community around them. Students should submit their name, grade, and school along with their created flag design. Once the design has been created and colored with markers, crayons, or colored pencils, students should answer the following question to submit with their flag: Explain what the symbols and colors on your flag represent in your community and what the flag means to you.

Flags may be publicly displayed and shared with the Ascension Parish Government and School Board.

To enter the flag contest, email all flag designs to cbrady@agcenter.lsu.edu or drop them off at the 4-H Office.

Deadline: December 1

Mardi Gras Shirt Design Contest

Express your Mardi Gras Mambo flare and create your own Mardi Gras shirt for the Annual Ascension 4-H Mardi Gras Shirt design contest. The contest will take place at the Mardi Gras Masquerade Fashion Show where you will learn to walk the runway and model your shirt! To participate in the Mardi Gras T-Shirt Design Contest you must wear your decorated Mardi Gras shirt to the Fashion Show on TBA at 6:00 pm in the 4-H office. Please limit attendance to 2 guests.

The contest rules/guidelines are:

  • A solid t-shirt of any color should be used by the 4-H member to create the shirt design.
  • All items must be permanently attached (to where they won’t easily fall off) hot glue, etc.
  • Be creative; Only one entry per person.
  • Homemade
  • Must be age-appropriate.
  • If you are submitting the shirt, but cannot attend the fashion show, please make sure your shirt is clearly labeled on the back or inside with the member's name, grade, and 4-H Club name.

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