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99th State 4-H Roundup


2020 Roundup Information

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July 22-23, 2020

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Oklahoma 4-H Roundup 2020 registration is ready to go!  Roundup delegates must be in 4-H and have completed the 7th Grade to be a registered participant.  Certified 4-H Volunteers may register for Roundup but they must be approved 4-H volunteers.

You should review the workshop and contest summaries prior to registering. Before Roundup, participants will receive an email with a Zoom link to their workshops and contests. It is very important that you type your email address correctly on their registration form.  


You
th must have completed the 7th Grade by July 1 to attend Roundup.

For questions or additional assistance, please contact the State 4-H Office at 405-744-8885.

There will be a virtual Roundup Educator Orientation on TBD. Check your emails closer to date for more instructions.

Registration Due June 26

Virtual State 4-H RoundUp Schedule of Events

Schedule of Events

Opening Assembly

July 22 | 2:30 — 4:30 p.m. Live via Zoom Welcome and Introductions Keynote Speaker Michelle Cummings

Honors Night

July 22 | 6:30 — 8:30 p.m. Broadcast live on OStateTV.tv Scholarship Winners Announced Hall of Fame Inductions Donor Recognition

Closing Assembly

July 23 | 10:00 a.m. — 12:00 p.m. Live via Zoom Capstone Speaker Jake Kelfer State 4-H Ambassador Recognition State 4-H Council Recognition Talent Winner Announcement District Spirit Contest Winner Announcement New Officer Announcement and Installation Closing Remarks

Social Zooms

Favorite Roundup Memories | July 9, 6:30 — 7:00 p.m.

Denver Western 4-H Roundup Delegation Reunion | July 9, 7:00 — 7:30 p.m. 

National 4-H Shooting Sports Team Reunion | July 9, 7:45 — 8:15 p.m.

Favorite Roundup Memories | July 16, 6:30 — 7:00 p.m.

Citizenship Washington Focus Delegation Reunion | July 16, 7:00 — 7:30 p.m.

National 4-H Congress | July 16, 7:45 — 8:15 p.m

District Rallies

West District | July 20, 10:00 — 11:30 a.m.

Northeast District | July 20, 1:00 — 2:30 p.m. 

Southeast District | July 20, 3:00 — 4:30 p.m.

Workshops

Roundup Workshop  will be held on Wednesdays; July 8, 15, and 22.
 
Three workshop types will be offered:
 
Zoom Only: Workshops will be a 45-minute interactive Zoom meeting.

Powerful Presentations: Workshops will be a combination of a prerecorded educational/ informational videos that challenge participants to complete a task or project. Afterward, an additional interactive 45-minute Zoom session with the instructor to review and discuss the task or project will take place.
 
Clover Kiosks: Short educational videos you can watch on your schedule.
 
For Workshop Details: 

July 8

Soaring Through STEM with Speedfest Type: Zoom Only Instructor: Dorinda Risenhoover Time: 10:00 a.m.
 
Nutrition and Physical Activity Type: Zoom Only Instructor: Janice Hermann Time: 10:00 a.m
 
Liquid Nitrogen Type: Powerful Presentation Instructor: Rick Clovis Time: 11:00 a.m.

Telling a Story with Video Type: Powerful Presentation Instructor: Quisto Settle Time: 11:00 a.m.
 
Recycling — Turning Trash into Treasure Type: Zoom Only Instructor: Keima Kamara Time: 1:00 p.m.
 
After Graduation, What’s Next? Type: Zoom Only Instructor: Arleen James Time: 1:00 p.m.
 
Oklahoma Rocks Type: Powerful Presentation Instructor: Jim Puckette Time: 2:00 p.m
 
The Incredible Egg Challenge Type: Powerful Presentation Instructor: Jenifer Harbour Time: 2:00 p.m.
 
July 15

Level Up Your Tech Knowledge Type: Zoom Only Instructor: Levi Arnold Time: 10:00 a.m.
 
Water Connects Us All Type: Zoom Only Instructors: Teegin Crosthwait and Summer Leister Time: 10:00 a.m.
 
Design a Simple Birdhouse in Sketchup Type: Powerful Presentation Instructor: Qing Lana Luo Time: 11:00 a.m
 
River and Stream Erosion Demo with BAE Stream Trailer Type: Zoom Only Instructor: Dr. Robert Scott Frazier Time: 11:00 a.m.
 
Don’t Judge a Burger by its Color Type: Powerful Presentation Instructor: Ranjith Ram Time: 1:00 p.m.
 
Bugs: Beyond Bogus and Bloodcurdling Type: Powerful Presentation Instructor: Andrine Shufran Time: 1:00 p.m.
 
Opportunities in Veterinary Medicine Type: Zoom Only Instructor: Dr. Emi Roberson Time: 2:00 p.m.
 
Maple Nut Twist (Dessert Bread) Type: Zoom Only Instructor: Colton Trip Time: 2:00 p.m.
 
July 22

Control/Automate My World Type: Powerful Presentation Instructor: Loren Sizelove Time: 10:00 a.m.
 
Is Your Vision 20/20 for FCS? Type: Powerful Presentation Instructor: Paula Tripp Time: 10:00 a.m.
 
Autonomous Ag Robotics Type: Powerful Presentation Instructor: John Long Time: 11:00 a.m.
 
Citizen Scientist — Hop Into Frog Research Type: Powerful Presentation Instructor: Liz Taylor Time: 11:00 a.m.
 
 

Contest Information and Forms

Summary of Roundup Contests

June 26 - Music Contest: Can you sing? Can you play an instrument? Can your write a song? The 4-H Music Contest is for you! Come share your talent along with 4-H members from across the state. Sing, play, have a great time competing with your friends, make music, and have fun. Entries due June 26.

July 8-15 - ATV: The ATV contest will be an online test asking questions about the safe operation of the ATV. The study materials would be from the ASI ATV Riders Course. For this year only, participants do not have to be ASI certified. Registered contestants will have from July 8-15 to login and compete. 

July 8-15 - Natural Resources: The Natural Resource Contest covers material found within three 4-H Natural Resource projects; Wildlife (includes the Wildlife Habitat Education Program), Forestry and Sportfishing. Contestants will have the opportunity to explore all of these projects while preparing for the 4-H Natural Resource Contest. Registered individuals will have from July 8-15 to login and compete. 

July 9 - Job Readiness: Thinking about getting a job? The 4-H Job Readiness Contest is a great way to practice those application, resume making and interviewing skills for a future “real” job. This contest will take place on July 9. 

July 10 - Fashion Review: The Fashion Revue is a contest that aims to increase youths’ knowledge of consumerism, textiles and garment construction while providing opportunities for members to express fashion trends and present themselves in an appropriate manner. Youth should be able to select suitable and becoming accessories and model a garment with confidence made to meet one’s wardrobe needs. This contest is an opportunity for each 4-H participant to showcase his or her special talents. Participants will submit still photos of their garment and a video modeling their garment. Entries will be due July 10. 

July 10 - Next 4-H Food Star: Do you have the skill, knowledge and personality to be the Next 4-H Food Star? Join the fun by showcasing your kitchen skills and creativity in the kitchen. Participants will submit two 5-minute videos demonstrating their food preparation and presentation skills.

There is a catch, you have to use four ingredients in your dish that are chosen for you. Entries will be due July 10. 

July 13 - Clover Quizbowl: Do you want to test your 4-H knowledge? Then grab a group of fellow 4-H’ers and try your hand at Clover Bowl! You are required to have a team of four Roundup delegates in order to participate. This quizbowl will be conducted online in Kahoot and via Zoom. The contest will be held July 13. 

July 14 - Livestock Quizbowl: Livestock Quizbowl is a team event where contestants test their knowledge of beef, sheep, swine and meat goats. Contestants will use their phones to “buzz in” to answer questions and the teams compete in a double elimination format by providing oral answers to questions presented by a moderator. The winning team will represent Oklahoma at the National 4-H Livestock Quizbowl competition in Grand Island, NE, at the Aksarben Stock Show. This contest will take place on July 14 and requires teams of four delegates. 

July 15 - 4-H Has Talent: Do YOU have what it takes to be a STAR? Get the chance to show your skills to a virtual audience of 4-H’ers, parents, volunteers and educators. Sing a song, do a dance, tell a joke or just do something unusual. Use you creativity and wow the crowd! Entries due July 15. 

July 16 - FCS Skill-a-Thon: The FCS Skill-a-Thon provides an opportunity for members to develop life skills in a friendly but competitive setting by demonstrating the breaths of their knowledge and understanding of FCS practices and principles related to foods, sewing and housing. The FCS Skill-a-Thon is national qualifying contest. The national contest is held at Denver Western Roundup in January 2021. This contest will take place on July 16. 

July 17 - Communications: This event showcases multiple forms of communication. Choose your “best” form for communicating - graphic arts, video, photography or traditional public speaking. The only changes to rules and guidelines are that there will be no team presentations this year. Public speaking contests will occur on the morning of July 17 and graphic arts, video and photography will be in the afternoon of the 17th. 

To learn more, visit: http://4h.okstate.edu/events-and-activities/state-events-activities/ roundup-notebook/roundup-notebook/contest-info-forms. 

Hippology: Hippology is a fun educational contest which tests your horse knowledge. Judging classes, image identification, station identification and a test determine who has the most extensive horse knowledge beyond the show ring. 

Contest Rules and Guidelines 

4-H Has Talent

Do YOU have what it takes to be a STAR? Get the chance to show your skills to a virtual audience of 4-H’ers, parents, volunteers and educators. Sing a song, do a dance, tell a joke or just do something unusual. Use you creativity and wow the crowd! Entries due July 15.

ATV
The ATV contest will be an online test asking questions about the safe operation of the ATV. The study materials are from the ASI ATV Riders Course. For this year only, participants do not have to be ASI certified. Registered contestants will have from July 8-15 to login and compete.

ASI/ATV Guide

Clover Bowl

Do you want to test your 4-H knowledge? Then grab a group of fellow 4-H’ers and try your hand at Clover Bowl!  You are required to have a team of four Roundup delegates in order to participate. This quizbowl will be conducted online in Kahoot and via Zoom. The contest will be held July 13. This event showcases multiple forms of communication.  Choose your “best” form for communicating - graphic arts, video, photography or traditional public speaking. The only changes to rules and guidelines are that there will be no team presentations this year. Public speaking contests will occur on the morning of July 17 and graphic arts, video and photography will be in the afternoon of the 17th. 

2020 Virtual Roundup Communication Event 

  • All guidelines and forms were updated 6/4/2020.   Any significant change to the guidelines of score sheet will be highlighted in yellow. 

  • Once registration has been received from the county, contestants will be emailed instructions and a link to an online scheduling platform.  The contestant is responsible for scheduling the time of their presentation on or before NOON July 6.

  • Photography, Graphic Arts and Video Exhibits and score sheets/forms are due on or before NOON July 6.  See guidelines for details.

Materials (speeches/illustrated talks/Digital) previously presented at Roundup as a team/individual are not permitted.

Prior to competing at Roundup, the presentations should have been presented before a group (i.e. county/district/regional contest, local 4-H club meeting, community organization, class, etc.)

  • Guidelines for Speeches, Illustrated Presentation and Digital PDF WORD Score Sheet  

    Guidelines for Photography Exhibition PDF WORD Score Sheet Photos and completed score sheet due NOON July 6.

    • Photography is a means of self-expression and creativity through the lenses of a camera.  The exhibitor will illustrate and communicate their mastery of photographic equipment, techniques, composition (elements and principles of art), lighting, storytelling, photo editing and processing through four photos.  The exhibitor will meet with the judge to discuss the photos, share the experience and knowledge learned.  This is referred to as “interview” judging.

  • Guidelines for Graphic Arts Exhibition PDF WORD Score Sheet Graphic Arts and completed score sheet due NOON July 6.

    • Graphic design is creating visual and written content, by hand or using computer software, to communicate ideas that inspire, inform, or captivate consumers.  The designer develops the overall layout and production design for advertisements, brochures, magazines, reports, digital billboard, webpage and even an electronic/digital game.  The products purpose may be commercial, educational, cultural or political.

  • Guidelines for Video Exhibition PDF WORD Score Sheet Other Paperwork Video, releases and score sheet due NOON July 6.

    • The best told stories are those that you believe in and inspire passion.  Just like a speech or a written story, the video will have an introduction, body and conclusion.  The story will have a purpose - to inform, persuade, inspire, or entertain.

Fabrics and Fashions Revue

- Fabrics and Fashions Virtual Review

Family & Consumer Sciences Skill-a-Thon Contest

The FCS Skill-a-Thon provides an opportunity for members to develop life skills in a friendly but competitive setting by demonstrating the breaths of their knowledge and understanding of FCS practices and principles related to foods, sewing and housing. The FCS Skill-a-Thon is national qualifying contest. The national contest is held at Denver Western Roundup in January 2021. This contest will take place on July 16.

FCS Skill-a-Thon Resources

Sewing and Clothing ID

Interior Design and Housing ID

Life Skills Management Study Materials (Group Component)

Hippology Contest

Hippology is a fun educational contest which tests your horse knowledge. Judging classes, image identification, station identification and a test determine who has the most extensive horse knowledge beyond the show ring.

Job Readiness

Thinking about getting a job? The 4-H Job Readiness Contest is a great way to practice those application, resume making and interviewing skills for a future “real” job.  This contest will take place on July 9.

Livestock Quizbowl is a team event where contestants test their knowledge of beef, sheep, swine and meat goats. Contestants will use their phones to “buzz in” to answer questions and the teams compete in a double elimination format by providing oral answers to questions presented by a moderator. The winning team will represent Oklahoma at the National 4-H Livestock Quizbowl competition in Grand Island, NE, at the Aksarben Stock Show. This contest will take place on July 14 and requires teams of four delegates.

Natural Resources

The Natural Resource Contest covers material found within three 4-H Natural Resource projects; Wildlife (includes the Wildlife Habitat Education Program), Forestry and Sportfishing. Contestants will have the opportunity to explore all of these projects while preparing for the 4-H Natural Resource Contest. Registered individuals will have from July 8-15 to login and compete.

Music Contest

Can you sing? Can you play an instrument? Can your write a song? The 4-H Music Contest is for you! Come share your talent along with 4-H members from across the state. Sing, play, have a great time competing with your friends, make music, and have fun.

Next 4-H Food Star
Do you have the skill, knowledge and personality to be the Next 4-H Food Star? Join the fun by showcasing your kitchen skills and creativity in the kitchen.  Participants will submit two 5-minute videos demonstrating their food preparation and presentation skills. There is a catch, you have to use four ingredients in your dish that are chosen for you. Entries will be due July 10.
 

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