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Greenwood County

4-H Club Days

4-H Club Day is an event which gives participants an opportunity to tell others about their 4-H projects and demonstrate their talents and abilities. Presentations such as talks, demonstrations, speeches, skits, music and dance are judged and awarded ribbons. The public is invited to come, watch and learn more about our 4-H and Youth Development Program.

The guidelines for the county wide event and regional contest have been revised May 2015.  Your club leaders have the sign-up form to sign up for any contests.  The county-wide deadline and information is also in the January and February newsletters.  Please look carefully through these changes.

Greenwood County 4-H Favorite Food Show

The Favorite Food Show is an exhibit and contest to encourage 4-H’ers to learn about meal planning, food preparation, and presentation.  This is a creative and fun event for 4-Hers.  A “Favorite Food” is chosen, and is recommended that it is one the 4-H’er likes and likes to prepare. A menu is planned with the food, and the table decor is coordinated. Foods chosen may be main courses, desserts, snacks, breads, casseroles or any other.

 A recipe card and a menu card should be displayed with the proper table setting. The 4-Her will visit informally with the judge and tell how to prepare and serve the food, why they selected the table service and dishes, and why the centerpiece is appropriate. The 4-Her should also know some of the nutritional value of the food and be able to discuss that with the judge.

Click here for registration form and rules