Bossier Parish 4-H Expo

Mary Crnkovic  |  9/10/2015 11:29:36 PM

Information about the Bossier Parish Competitive Exhibits Contest.

Saturday, October 3, 2015
Registration: 9:30 a.m.
Judging Begins: 10:15 a.m.

State Fair of Louisiana Fairgrounds
Livestock Barn Sale Arena
3701 Hudson Street
Shreveport, LA 71109

New this year - Bossier 4-H will be hosting a parish competitive exhibits contest. It will be held at the State Fair of Louisiana Fairgrounds, Livestock Barn Sale Arena on October 3, 2015. 4-H'ers are asked to make their items and bring it to this location for our parish judging. All participants will receive clover bucks, and ribbons will be awarded to the winners.

The following are the only categories we will be offering this year:

1. Handmade Christmas Tree Decoration
2. Halloween Decoration
3. Art from Recycled Materials
4. Desk Accessory (pencil holder, bookends, paper weight, free-standing (5" x 7' or smaller) picture frame)
5. Duct Tape Art (Maximum size 18”x18”) (**Cloverbuds – 5-8 year old Bossier Cloverbud members can enter**)
6. Photography – Colored Animals (All photos must be 8”X10” in size and each photo must have a one-line title)
7. Birdhouse – Decorated and Natural (See specific rules below)

Birdhouse Rules

1. Majority of the birdhouse must be made of wood (roof can be made of anything 4-H’er desires).
2. Maximum size is 18" x 18" x 18".  Note the size restrictions.
3. 4-H'ers must do majority of work by themselves; however, they can get an adult to help them cut out the birdhouse.
4. Categories are:

Painted/Decorated – one that would be used for decoration.
Natural – one to be used outside for birds to live in, should include a “clean-out” door.
Cloverbuds – 5-8 year old Bossier Cloverbud members can enter a painted/decorated or natural in this division.

If you are unable to download the attached file, please contact the 4-H office at 318-965-2326.

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