4-H Forms


Fair Entry Directions

Please see below under related files



2017 4-H Show Schedule

See related files for complete schedule





Updated 3/27/17



Requirements - Last Modified 3/27/17

Level: Advanced Divisions 5-10 Electricity & Electronics - Please Click HERE for all Guidelines

(This book is being updated and you may find other resources at your local library,
electricians, instructors, internet, etc. to provide guidance for your project.)

Project Completion Recommendations

The  Advanced Division is split into two different categories. One area is “Advanced Electric 5-10” and the second is
“Advanced Electronics 5-10.”  You may choose one category for your Advanced 5-10 exhibit. Each county may submit one advanced electric and one advance electronic exhibit to the state fair. 





Exhibit ONE of the following:

• An article based on wiring around the home, farm, or facility, etc.
• An article made in the area of heating and cooling
• An article made in the area of lighting
• An article made in the area of electronics (advanced division electronic projects may contain and use molded plugs if they are part of the electronic kit)
• An article made in the area of power
• A written report on: consumer buying, better electrical methods, or electrical careers.
• A written notebook report with photos of individual steps (close-up) and overall work, illustrations, explanation of each step performed, explanation of overall work done, reasons for performing work, reasons for selecting materials used, list of materials used and prices (budget), schematics, etc. of electric project. This option allows you to use your imagination and complete any electrical project that you cannot physically bring to the fair to exhibit.  You could wire a room in a house, the barn, outdoor lighting, indoor lighting, control systems, alarm systems, etc.
• Display board (no larger than 36”x36”x36”) showing home wiring (3-way switch, 4-way switch, GFCI Grounding, Circuit Protection, etc.) or any topic covered in the Advanced Division manual.
• Create a video showing the work accomplished and skills learned. This video should include the same type of information as required in written notebook listed above. This video is to be no more than ten minutes in length and formatted as MP3 or MP4 and submitted on a thumb drive. This video can also be uploaded to a YouTube account with the video being made public and the link submitted for evaluation.

Attach to the exhibit any kit instructions or book/manuals if you feel they will help explain the operation of the exhibit. This may be important for advanced electronic projects


 4-H Forms 

available below under related files


ISF Entry Book - ISF Entry Book Link


4-H Handbook

Please note that the 4-H handbook for 2017 is updated

and is available online below. 

Each 4-H Family will receive a printed copy of the 4-H Handbook

with their 4-H manuals this year. 




Please note there have been several project changes this year! 

Please check the Table of Contents &

the guidelines in your new 4-H Handbook

Available ONLINE Now (updated 11/14/16) -  See file below