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Important Information to Know About Sending Participants to State Fair for Foods & Nutrition, State 4-H Fashion Revue, and Family Life Beth Boomershine, Kathy Cox, Kara Newby Food and Nutrition Activity Beth Boomershine When & Where Youth Discovery Center Advanced- Tuesday, August 4

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Important Information to Know About Sending Participants to State Fair for Foods & Nutrition, State 4-H Fashion Revue, and Family Life

Beth Boomershine, Kathy Cox, Kara Newby

when where
When & Where
  • Youth Discovery Center
  • Advanced- Tuesday, August 4
    • J-1 Yeast Breads on the Rise
    • J-2 You’re The Chef
    • J-3 The Global Gourmet
    • J-4 Pathways to Culinary Success
  • Intermediate- Wednesday, August 5
    • J-5 Let’s Bake Quick Breads
    • J-6 Meals in Minutes
    • J-7 The Outdoor Chef
    • J-8 Star Spangled Foods
    • J-9 Food and Fitness Choices for You

Beginner- Thursday, August 6

    • J-10 I Spy in the Kitchen
    • J-11 Mini Meal Magic
    • J-12 Food & Fitness For Fun
    • J-13 Fast Break for Breakfast
how many youth from each county can compete in each project
How many youth from each county can compete in each project?

Counties may send only 1 youth per nutrition project.

Each youth may only participate in one project per day.

Johnny cannot represent his county in both I Spy in the Kitchen and Fast Break for Breakfast since they are judged on the same day.

Johnny can represent his county in both Yeast Breads and Outdoor Chef because they are on separate days.

Clock trophy winners are not eligible to participate in the same class that they won the year before.

Sally was the clock trophy winner in Global Gourmet in 2008. She cannot represent her county in this project at State Fair again.

helping youth change scheduled judging times
Helping youth change scheduled judging times.
  • They can change times within the same day, but cannot change days.
  • If there is a time change request, it must be made in writing (via email) by a County Educator (or equivalent) prior to the first day of State Fair to one of the Food & Nutrition Activity Assistant Superintendents.
what if we have a youth with a special need
What if we have a youth with a special need?
  • If there is a special request such as some sort of special need (e.g., dyslexia, life-threatening food allergies, learning or physical limitations) it must be made in writing (via email) by a County Educator (or equivalent) prior to the first day of State Fair to one of the Food & Nutrition Activity Assistant Superintendents.
do they have to be the age specified in the project book to participate
Do they have to be the age specified in the project book to participate?
  • Yes, they can participate in state fair no matter their age.
  • Youth older than the age range in the project book can participate but are not eligible for the Clock Trophy award.
  • Youth younger than the age range in the project can participate and are eligible for both Outstanding of the Day and Clock Trophy awards.
how can i help advisors and youth prepare for the f n events
How can I help advisors and youth prepare for the F&N events?
  • Practice activities are available on the web at:
    • http://www.ohio4h.org/fcs/index.html
  • Encourage them to study all of the material in their project book, even if they did not choose to explore that interest area.
  • They do not need to bring anything to judging other than a pencil and clipboard, which is optional.
preparing con t
Preparing con’t
  • Each youth will participate in 3 different skill activity stations and one interview. Topics include:
    • My Pyramid
    • Food Safety
    • Food Shopping
    • Food Preparation
  • The interview topic varies by project and from year to year. It will include questions from information in their project book.
  • This event will take approximately 1 hour to complete.
how are the award winners chosen
How are the award winners chosen?
  • Outstanding of the Day ribbons are awarded to the top 20% in each project.
  • The Clock Trophy is awarded to the participant with the highest overall score in each project.
    • The Tie Breaker is used if there are multiple top scores. Encourage the youth to give thorough answers.
  • Awards are announced at the end of each day, usually around 5 PM. Youth do not have to be present to receive an award. If they are not present the award will be sent to their county office.
final thoughts
Final Thoughts
  • Be sure that the dates you communicate are correct. We cannot accommodate a youth who shows up on the wrong day because the activities are specific to the project level.
  • Remind parents that this is a fun learning experience and that while their children are in the judging area they should avoid having conversations with them.
for more information
For More Information
  • State Fair Guidebook –
    • http://www.ohio4h.org/statefair/guidebook.html
  • Food and Nutrition Activity Assistant Superintendents –
    • Peggy Kelly – pvkelly@woh.rr.com
    • Carol Chandler – chandler.4@cfaes.osu.edu
    • Cindy Oliveri – oliveri.1@cfaes.osu.edu
    • Beth Boomershine – boomershine.10@cfaes.osu.edu
    • Vicki Schwartz – schwartz.4@cfaes.osu.edu
    • Kirk Bloir – bloir.1@osu.edu
when where14
When & Where
  • Rhodes Center Auditorium
  • See State Fair Guidelines for list of counties who participate on 1 of the following days:
    • Tuesday, August 4
    • Wednesday, August 5
    • Thursday, August 6
      • http://www.ohio4h.org/statefair/documents/FashionRevue_001.doc
participation guidelines
Participation Guidelines

Counties may send only 1 youth per textiles and clothing project.

An individual may participate in one morning and one afternoon project.

- Sarah cannot represent her county in both Ready, Let’s Sew and Fun with Clothes since they are both morning classes.

- Sarah can represent her county in both Ready, Let’s Sew and Tops for Tweens since one is a morning and the other is an afternoon class.

Clock trophy winners are not eligible to participate in the same class in which they won the clock trophy last year.

- Joey was the clock trophy winner in Active Sportswear in 2008. He cannot represent his county in this project at the State Fair again in 2009, but could compete in another project such as Clothes for High School or Outer Layers.

participation guidelines continued
Participation Guidelines Continued
  • 4-H’er who take more than one project must complete separate learning experiences related to each, including creating a separate, complete total-look outfit for each project. (e.g. an accessory made for the Accessories project cannot be modeled with an outfit made in the Spectator Sportswear project).
helping youth change scheduled judging day
Helping youth change scheduled judging day.
  • County Educators (or equivalent) may request a different day for one or more of their 4-H’ers to be judged if they have a legitimate scheduling conflict.
  • Change of day requests must be made in writing (via email) by the County Educator prior to the first day of the Fashion Revue to the Assistant Superintendent.
what if you have a youth with special needs
What if you have a youth with special needs?
  • If you have a child with special needs (e.g. dyslexia, learning or physical limitation), the County Educator (or equivalent) should notify the Assistant Superintendent of what accommodations are needed, prior to the first day of the State Fair 4-H Fashion Revue.
do you have to be the age specified in the project book to participate
Do you have to be the age specified in the project book to participate?
  • No, however . . . .
  • Youth older than the age range in the project book can participate but are not eligible for Outstanding of the Day or the Clock Trophy award.
  • Youth younger than the age range in the project book can participate and are eligible for both Outstanding of the Day and the Clock Trophy award.
how can i help advisors and youth prepare for the fashion revue
How can I help advisors and youth prepare for the Fashion Revue?
  • Encourage them to study all of the materials in their project book; have a thorough knowledge of the project, especially on the non-sewing/consumerism projects.
  • Participants must bring their completed project book, pattern, narration card, etc.
  • Each youth will participate in the circle judging and a one-on-one interview covering all aspects of the project.
  • The judging and fashion revues will take approximately 4 hours. (9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. – morning style show & 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. – afternoon style show)
how are award winners chosen
How are award winners chosen?
  • Outstanding of the Day ribbons are awarded to the top 20% in each project.
  • The Clock Trophy is awarded to the top participant among the Outstanding of the Day awardees for the week following Thursday’s afternoon style show.
  • Awards are announced at the end of each style show on a daily basis, usually at 11:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. respectively.
special awards
Special Awards
  • Lloyd & Doris Roby 4-H Clothing Program Award
  • Ohio 4-H Fashion Revue Award
  • Master Clothing Educators of Ohio Awards

- Jr. (age 12 – 15) & Sr. (age 16 and up)

  • Counties may nominate only one individual per award.
  • Nominees cannot be considered for multiple awards.
  • Award winners cannot win any of these awards more than once in their 4-H career.
  • Application must be signed by the County Educator and award category clearly marked for the application to be considered.
state fashion board selections
State Fashion Board Selections
  • State Fashion Board Advisors

- Kathryn Cox – cox.5@osu.edu

- Cindy Shuster – shuster.24@osu.edu

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State Fashion Board Selections
  • The State 4-H Fashion Board is the small group of outstanding 4-H teen clothing members selected from across the state to assist in conducting:
    • the State Fair 4-H Fashion Revue,
    • 4-H clothing workshop sessions at OTC and OVC
    • other events planned by the 4-H clothing committee, and
    • promote Ohio 4-H clothing projects and programs.
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State Fashion Board Selections

Eligibility requirements to be the one county nominee for the 2009 State 4-H Fashion Board include:

  • Completed a 4-H clothing project in 2008 and
  • Represented the county at the 2008 State Fair 4-H Fashion Revue or served on their 2008 County 4-H Fashion Board or County 4-H Fashion Revue Committee.
  • There are no age requirements, but the nominee needs to have enough successful 4-H clothing experience and leadership experience to be able to handle the responsibilities of being a State 4-H Fashion Board member, facilitating class circles and modeling practice at the State 4-H Fashion Revue, and leading sessions at Teen Conference and Volunteer Conference.
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State Fashion Board Selections
  • Each county is invited to nominate one 4-H Fashion Board nominee for 2009. 
  • Approximately 20 State 4-H Fashion Board members will be selected for one-year terms through an individual and group interview process during theFebruary 21, 2009 Ohio 4-H Teen Conference.
  • Fashion Board candidates should register and participate throughout the day at Ohio 4-H Teen Conference to:
    • take part in morning workshop sessions related to clothing and leadership,
    • be introduced during the luncheon program, and
    • take part in the afternoon interview sessions.
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State Fashion Board Selections

Selections are made through reviews of application materials

and interviews based on the nominees’ potential for success in

completing the roles and responsibilities outlined above, as

evidenced by:

  • experience and accomplishments in 4-H clothing projects
  • past leadership and service related to clothing
  • the application/nomination materials,
  • how well the individual portrays the “seven clues to a total look” in their state fair 4-H outfit, in the outfit selected for the Teen Conference interviews and in other settings in which they may be observed, and
  • performance in the selections interviews.
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State Fashion Board Selections

The State 4-H Fashion Board meets four times per year:

  • an orientation meeting held shortly after selections in the spring to identify a theme, make plans, and divide assignments for the State Fair 4-H Fashion Revue.
  • a summer meeting to finalize plans, rehearse, and put together materials just prior to the State 4-H Fashion Revue.
  • for four days at the State Fair to carry out their assignments associated with the State 4-H Fashion Revue
  • a fall meeting to evaluate and recognize their State 4-H Fashion Revue performance, and to plan their participation in the upcoming spring Ohio 4-H Teen Conference and Ohio 4-H Volunteer Conference workshop sessions.
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State Fashion Board Selections

Fashion Board Nomination materials are available on-line at

http://www.ohio4h.org/youth/FashionBoard.html

Completed Nomination/Application materials are due to the State 4-H Office by February 2, 2009 (But if you are a County Educator who didn’t get someone nominated by the deadline, and can get the nomination materials to Kathy Cox in the State 4-H by the end of this week.

The 2009 State 4-H Fashion Board Selections will be February 21, 2009 during Ohio 4-H Teen Conference.

final thoughts30
Final Thoughts
  • Be sure that the dates you communicate are accurate.
  • Remind parents that this is a fun learning experience and that while children are in the judging area, they should avoid having conversations with them.
for more information31
For More Information
  • State Fair Guidebook –
    • http://wwwohio4h.org/statefair/guidebook.html
  • State 4-H Fashion Revue Assistant Superintendent

- Cindy Shuster, shuster.24@osu.edu

when where33
When & Where
  • Thursday, July 30
  • Rhodes Center East Auditorium
  • Classes
    • Child Development
      • J-1 Growing on My Own
      • J-2 Growing with Others
      • J-3 Growing in Communities
    • Genealogy
      • J-4 Family History Treasure Hunt (Beginner/1st Year Only)
      • J-5 Family History Treasure Hunt (2nd Year Only)
      • J-6 Family History Treasure Hunt (3rd Year and Beyond)
participation guidelines34
Participation Guidelines

Family History Treasure Hunt

Counties may send ONE participant per class

Child Development

Counties may send TWO participants per class

An individual may participate in only class.

Clock trophy winners are not eligible to participate in the same class in which they won the clock trophy.

do you have to be the age specified in the project book to participate35
Do you have to be the age specified in the project book to participate?

For Child Development . . . .

Youth older than the age range in the project book can participate but are not eligible for Outstanding of the Day or the Clock Trophy award.

Youth younger than the age range in the project book can participate and are eligible for both Outstanding of the Day and the Clock Trophy award.

For Family History Treasure Hunt . . . .

Participation is based on years taking the project, not age.

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What if you have a youth with special needs?

If you have a child with special needs (e.g. dyslexia, learning or physical limitation) it must be made in writing (via email) by a County Educator (or equivalent) prior to July 30 to Allen Auck (auck.1@osu.edu).

how can i help advisors and youth prepare for evaluation
How can I help advisors and youth prepare for evaluation?

Judges want to know what participants learned from the project.

Participants usually have gone above and beyond the basics of the project – help them know to explain special projects, how they used what they learned and what their next steps are (e.g., what else they want to learn).

Judges like to see the work participants have done, but it is qualitynotquantity that counts.

J-5 (2nd Year) will complete a term worksheet based on words in the project book.

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How are award winners chosen?

Outstanding of the Day ribbons are awarded to the top 20% in each project.

The Clock Trophy is awarded to the top participant among the Outstanding of the Day awardees for the day.

what to bring to judging
What to bring to judging
  • Genealogy
    • completed project book
    • correspondence log
    • research journal
    • pedigree charts
    • family group sheets with documentation of research as outlined in project book
      • 1st year, pg. 4
      • 2nd year, pg. 5
      • 3rd year, pg. 6
    • DO NOT bring any of the following: big display/exhibit, poster, computer, videos, tape recorder, photo albums, framed photos, reference books, family heirlooms, or knick-knacks
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What to bring to judging
  • Child Development
    • required - completed project book
    • optional
      • 1 poster, the poster may be a standard sized science fair, tri fold poster with a maximum size of 24” x 36”
      • 1 photo album, max. size 12”x18”x5” OR1 portfolio/box, max. size 24”x24”24”
    • do NOT bring big displays/exhibits and excessive amounts of toys or play items
    • Keep your display small
  • Bring the items that best represent what participants learned from the project.
for more information41
For More Information

State Fair Guidebook –

http://wwwohio4h.org/statefair/guidebook.html

State 4-H Family Life Day Assistant Superintendents

Melinda Hill, Child Development

hill.14@osu.edu

Ella Mae Bard, Genealogy

developing sportsmanship
Developing Sportsmanship
  • Sportsmanship for Participants
  • Sportsmanship for Parent & Supporters
  • Sportsmanship for Spectators

Brochures available on-line at

http://www.ohio4h.org/youth/teen_pg/index.html

ten tips for preparing for state fair
Ten Tips for Preparing for State Fair
  • Do a good job with your project
  • Learn what to expect in competition & prepare to do your best
  • Be a good sport
  • Perform to win
  • Do your own work
  • Don’t cause problems
  • Shine in Interviews
  • Write to capture and hold attention in a positive way
  • Perform exceptionally in the show ring
  • Stand out from the crowd in a good way

Brochure available on-line at

http://www.ohio4h.org/youth/teen_pg/index.html