Home Economics Award
4-H Home Economics Award
The Glenn County 4-H Council annually sponsors medallions and medals for outstanding participants in the following projects:
Arts & Crafts - Baking & Bread Making - Cake & Cupcake Decorating - Clothing & Textiles - Food & Nutrition - Flower Arranging - Graphic Arts - Jr. Master Gardener - Leathercraft - Ornamental Horticulture - Photography - Quilting - Scrapbooking - Woodworking
You may apply for an award in more than one project area as long as you have enrolled and participated in that 4-H project through the program year.
- Primary Division: be 5-8 years old by Dec. 31, 2021 for the 2021-2022 4-H year.
- Junior, Intermediate, and Senior Division: be 9-18 years old by Dec. 31, 2021 for the 2021-2022 4-H year.
- Be currently enrolled in the Glenn County 4-H Program.
- Be currently enrolled in an ABA Project (4-H Foods & Nutrition, Cooking, Sewing, etc.)
Points are earned for participation in county 4?H events. Primary members (ages 5 -8) must have participated in 2 of the 3 events. Ten points are earned for participation (i.e., exhibiting, judging, emceeing, creating judging classes, etc.) in each county event. These county events are Quilt Show, Food Fiesta, Arts & Creative Skills Day, ABA Judging Day, County Presentation Day, and the Glenn County Fair Still Exhibits.
Of those earning 20 points or more in a project, the top 10% are eligible to receive a special medal. The top-scoring person with 35 points or more in each project in Senior, Intermediate, and Junior Divisions receives a medallion. Those Primary Division members who meet the requirements will receive a rosette ribbon. Awards are presented at the Star Awards Event in the Fall.
The Home Economics Application is due to the UCCE Office by Tuesday, July 5, 2022.