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  1. 2013 Oklahoma 4-H Roundup Waves of Change, Oceans of Opportunity County Delegate Orientation

  2. 92nd State Roundup Your State 4-H Leadership Council is excited you are planning to attend Roundup and look forward to seeing you. We hope you enjoy the speakers, workshops and recreation planned. Sincerely, Matthew Chuning Matthew Chuning President State 4-H Leadership Council 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  3. Roundup Program Everything you need to know! Keep it on your person each day because it contains: • Map of Campus • Schedule • Dress Code for the Day 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  4. County Travel Plan July 23/24 • _____ am/pm Load Luggage • _____ am/pm Depart County Office • Travel to Stillwater with stops for __________ July 26 • _____ am/pm Depart Stillwater • _____ am/pm Lunch in _____ • Travel to ______ with stops for __________ • _____ am/pm Arrive at County Office 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  5. programming Workshops • Purpose is to increase your knowledge, motivate project work or expose you to new information • Return home and share information • Read description and rank choices carefully on the registration form • Workshop assignments are based on when county submission are received • Important to go to workshops that are assigned. Role will be taken! 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  6. Programming - continued First Timer Orientation Recreation and Free Time • Meet people from other counties and districts • Renew old friendships • Learn about 4-H experiences in other counties • Share what your county does 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  7. Programming - continued Assemblies – • Welcome and Political Rally • District Rally • Spirit – Speaker, spirit contest, Ambassador presentation • Honor Night – recognize alumni, state record book winners and State Hall of Fame • Friday – 4-H Has Talent, election results, etc. 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  8. State Elections • Political Rally and Town Hall Meeting – Speeches and questions for President, Vice President, Secretary and Reporter of the 4-H Leadership Council • Responsibility – each delegate should take time to meet candidates on Thursday or after the rally • County Voting Delegate (CVD) – select a minimum of two CVDs. 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  9. State Elections -continued • Town Hall Meeting (following the Speeches at the Opening Assembly – Candidates will address questions submitted by the counties. CVD should take notes to discuss with the delegates at the county meeting. • Candidate Questions – each county may submit two questions prior to Roundup/ 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  10. State Elections -continued County Meeting • CVD will facilitate the meeting - discussing speeches and what was heard in the Town Hall meeting. • Delegates cast votes for candidates. • CVD tallies, shares results and marks the County’s ballot in front of the delegation based on the votes counted. 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  11. Packing • Clothes • Toiletries • Bedding • Beds in Kerr Drummond are XL Twin • Beds in Suites are Full • Towels • Spending Money • Supplies or Equipment – competitive events, workshops, etc. • Snacks 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  12. Dress Code • Rule #1 – in doubt, leave it at home! • Below are the classifications of clothing for scheduled activities: • ACTIVE WEAR – TO BE WORN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON UNLESS REGISTERED FOR A COMPETITIVE EVENT • Snappy Casual – to be worn at some competitive events, workshops and designated assemblies • Business Professional or Dress wear – some competitive events, banquet and honor night • Casual – Roundup t-shirt with appropriate shorts/jeans/slacks/skirt. 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  13. Dress Code • Youth or adults not adhering to the code will be asked to change • Competitive event – professional dress is HIGHLY encouraged • Etiquette - NO western hats or caps are to be worn in a buildings at any time • P.J.s – only to be worn in your room or on the residence hall floor. 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  14. Active Wear • Class - AW = Active Wear – Will Be Strictly Enforced • WELLNESS ACTIVITIES ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON- WILL NEED TO WEAR TO OPENING ASSEMBLY UNLESS REGISTERED FOR A COMPETITIVE EVENT • Girls: Must wear a t-shirt with sleeves (preferably 4-H) and MODEST appropriate length shorts, pants or apparel that can be worn during light exercise. Athletic Shoes. No tank tops. • Guys: Must wear a t-shirt with sleeves (preferably 4-H) and MODEST appropriate length shorts or pants that can be worn during light exercise. Athletic Shoes. No tank tops. 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  15. Dress Code:Ladies “snappy casual” • Slacks or jeans – no fashion jeans/slacks with holes or worn look • Shorts, dresses and skirts - no shorter than your fingertips when standing straight with your arms at your side • Coordinated separates, dresses, blouses, – remember modesty • Shoes - casual shoes, sandals or nice tennis shoes 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  16. Dress Code - Ladies Don’t pack Cute and fashionable but LEAVE at home: • Spaghetti straps - three finger rule will be enforced • Any top/shirt showing midriff • Tank tops • Short shorts • Miniskirts • Clothing with holes 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  17. Dress Code:Male “snappy casual” • Slacks or jeans – no fashion jeans/slacks with holes or worn look • Dress shorts - appropriate length • Shirts with a collar or a dress t-shirt without a slogan • Shoes - casual shoes, sandals, nice tennis shoes or boots 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  18. Dress Code - Males Fashionable but LEAVE at home: • Tank tops • Any clothing or accessory with holes/worn look, sayings or art which could be misinterpreted • Well worn or comfortable hats 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  19. Dress Code:ladies “Dress wear or professional dress” • Dress - semi-formal or best dress • Coordinated separates • Dress Suit • Leave at home: • Formal • Backless or spaghetti strap dresses No Denim of any kind or color –dresses, shirts, skirts, vests or jackets 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  20. Dress Code:Male “professional dress” • Dress Shirt - with a collar • Dress Slacks • Suit jacket or sport coat • Dress shoes or boots • Tie REQUIRED No Denim of any kind or color – shirts, vests, pants or jackets No Hat of any kind 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  21. performance • Positive reflection of “yourself” and our county 4-H program • Code of Conduct – youth and adults held responsible for their decisions and actions • Respect – youth and adult Roundup delegates, OSU students and campus employees 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  22. Performance - continued • Manners - positive etiquette 24 hours a day • Dress Code – youth and adults held accountable for dressing appropriately for each activity • Time – have a watch/time keeping device so you wake up on time and make it to scheduled activities 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  23. Performance - continued • Poor Personal Choices – will be grounds for being sent home and/or paying for any damage which occurred as a result of a “personal” choice • Cell Phones – OFF at all scheduled activities, to be used only during free time 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  24. Nametags • Wear nametag at ALL times • It should be hung in plain sight around the youth/chaperones neck • It is your admission into dances, activities, meals and workshops 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  25. Damages or Losses • Graffiti – delegates will pay for defacing any campus or personal property (includes tape/paint/signs hung in windows) • Damage – delegates will pay for any damage to campus or personal property (includes elevators, rooms, common areas, landscaping, etc.) 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  26. Damages or Losses - continued • Replacement of lost key a minimum of $60 • Replace lost meal ticket/access card a minimum of $25 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  27. Safety First • Keep your key on your person at all times(even when going to the restroom or down the hall to visit) • Keep room locked • Keep valuables and money out of sight and safe • Use good judgment about giving out phone number 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  28. Safety First - continued • No boys in girls rooms • No girls in boys rooms • No boys on floors designated for “girls” • No girls on floors designated for “boys” • No riding elevators on a side designated for the opposite gender 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  29. Safety First - continued • Severe weather procedure • Curfew - Do not leave your room after room check - except to go to the bathroom • Walk in groups on campus after dark • Do NOT leave campus property 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  30. Safety First - continued • State 4-H Office - (405) 744-5390 • Kerr Drummond Residence Hall - (405) 744-5004 (Staffed 24 hours) • OSU Hospital - (405) 744-7665 • Stillwater Hospital - (405) 372-1480 • OSU Police - (405) 744-6523 • Emergencies - 911 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  31. Recreation/free time • Dance – Dance like Grandma and Grandpa are watching! • Good Judgment - No horsing around • Rules - Follow directions given by those in charge • Visit with friends, make new friends and have FUN! 2013 Oklahoma Roundup

  32. See you in July! 2013 Oklahoma Roundup