Dairy Billboard Contest

Jana Bennett, Mcguire, Pamela K.  |  12/13/2017 5:26:18 PM

The Dairy Billboard Contest gives Caldwell 4-H members the opportunity to demonstrate their creativity by making a poster promoting the use of milk and milk products. Any Caldwell Parish 4-H club member can enter this contest. The billboards are due to your leader or the 4-H office by Friday, Jan. 26, 2018.

The purpose of the Dairy Billboard Contest is for Caldwell 4-H club members to:

  • learn more about milk and milk products and their importance to healthy bodies.
  • demonstrate communication skills by drawing a billboard encouraging or promoting the consumption of milk and/or milk products.
  • share their knowledge with others.

The contest is divided into 3 divisions:

Division I grades 4-6
Division II grades 7-8
Division III grades 9-12

Rules and Regulations

  1. Billboard design must be made on any color 22" x 28" poster board.
  2. Do not attach anything to the poster that is more than 1/2" thick . Do not use glitter.
  3. Do not use commercial brand names of products on the poster. Do not use jingles, slogans, signs or pictures that are trademark or copyright protected on the poster.
  4. Using a pencil, print name, address, grade in school and parish on the back of the poster in the upper right corner.
  5. Turn poster in to your 4-H leader or the Caldwell 4-H office by Jan. 26, 2018.
  6. First place billboards will be sent to LSU to be judged in the state wide contest.
  7. Entries submitted after Jan. 26 will not be eligible to place first, second or third or win cash prizes.


Parish: Participant ribbons will be given to all contestants. First place winners will receive a rosette ribbon. Cash awards will be given to first, second and third place winners.

1st $100
2nd $50
3rd $25

Certificates will be given to honorable mention winners.

Parish Sponsor

The Caldwell 4-H Foundation

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