Stutsman County Communication Arts
Please read through all information and submit one form per participant. If you require special accommodations for this event or have other questions, contact the Stutsman County Extension office at (701) 252-9030 or email robin.barnes@ndsu.edu by June 19th. Entry deadline is June 15th.
COVID-19 Information
Participants and spectators (if any) must follow all rules and procedures for a safe and fun event. Numbers will be limited according to regulations at the time of the event.

Participation is voluntary. NDSU Extension does not guarantee that participants are fully protected from COVID-19 exposure.
Contest Information
Date: June 28, 2020
Time: Check-in at 12:30 PM; Contest at 1:00 PM
Location: Fairgrounds - Russ Melland Building

There are 3 age groups. Age as of Sept. 1, 2019:

Cloverbud: 5-7 years
Junior: 8 years old to Grade 6
Senior: Grade 7 to final year of 4-H

Presentation Categories:

Demonstration
Illustrated Talk
Speech (Prepared or Impromptu)
Interpretive Reading (Humorous or Serious)
Dramatic Presentation
Mass Media Presentations (Commercial; Radio or TV Broadcasting)
Electronic Presentation (Video, Website Design or Software)
Fishtank

For more detailed information on these categories and the contest, click here: https://bit.ly/2OgfRdU
You may enter only once per category, but may enter as many categories as you wish. 4-H dress code is required unless your presentation requires a costume.

Cloverbud Participation:

Cloverbuds may recite the Pledge of Allegiance, the 4-H Pledge, any short verse/poem, or do any of the categories listed above. This is non-competitive. Cloverbuds will receive a t-shirt and participation ribbon.

Awards:

Junior and Senior Division participants are eligible for the following awards:

Grand Champion: $20 and ribbon
Reserve Champion: $15 and ribbon
High Point: Choice from an embroidered coat, vest, hoodie or duffle bag

All participants receive a participation ribbon.
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