4-H Achievement Day
Achievement Day is for everybody! Achievement Day is usually held in the Spring. Watch your newsletter for date and registration information. See below what activities you can participate in.
4-H Fashion Revue will be part of Achievement Day. The top participant in each section will advance to the State 4-H Fashion Revue in Columbia, MO in September.
Blue ribbon demonstrations are eligible to be presented at the Missouri State Fair in August. Demonstrations involving firearms are not allowed. Those involving live animals, open flames, and/or other unusual circumstances must receive special approval from Michelle Klem by the registration deadline. Trophy awarded.
Top scorers in each age division (8-10, 11-13 and 14 and over) and each type of contest are eligible to compete at the State 4-H Public Speaking Contest. Trophy awarded.
- Public Speaking provides 4-H members an opportunity to practice skills in communication, decision making, and human interaction in a competitive setting.
- Resources and contest guidelines: http://4h.missouri.edu/state-public-speaking/main
- Categories are: Prepared Speech, Extemporaneous Speaking, Technology Assisted Speaking, Interpretation (Dramatic, Humorous or Pantomime).
Creative Table Setting
Choose an occasion, plan your menu, select your table setting, select your accessories, use your imagination and have fun. Trophy awarded.
4-H'ers are judged on their knowledge and personal care habits as well as their personal growth and development and personal safety through an interview with the judge and a writte report. See the Adair County 4-H Achievement Day flyer for more information.
Come join the fun! You can participate in judging and personal development – remember it’s not competitive; all Clover Kids will receive participation ribbons. Come see what Achievement Day is all about!
Parents, please do not leave your child unattended at Achievement Day. If you cannot be with your child, please ask another adult in attendance to be responsible for him or her, and let your child know who that person is. Thanks!