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4-H County Roundup
County Roundup will be held on Saturday, February 26.
NOTE: All members must be academically eligible to participate in County Roundup. Keep your grades up!
Prior to the contest, you will receive an email with details on specific times for your contest.
Registration is due online by February 10, and Storyboards are due to the Extension Office by February 10 at 5pm.
County Roundup Contests are invitational contests – rules, guidelines, and scoring for each contest follows closely to the Texas 4-H Roundup Contest Rules for each contest, however some differences and changes may be made to accommodate our contests on a smaller scale. Note that these changes apply to the county level only, and you will need to check district/state rules for official rules at those contests. See below for important details and changes to each contest:
- NEW for 2022 – Food Challenge has been added to County Roundup! For county level participation, teams may consist of 2-4 members. The members participating on this team do not have to be members participating at district/state level.
- Consumer Decision Making is an individual contest at the county level. There will be classes for placing, and a reasons portion.
- Food Show will consist of the presentation and skills test – there will not be a knowledge test at the county level.
- Storyboards may have a digital format or a traditional format at the county level.