2017-2018 Share the Fun

The 2018 Dallas County Share the Fun contest will be held on January 27, 2018 with check in at 12:00 pm and the contest beginning promptly at 12:30pm.

Registration will open on Friday, December 22, 2017 and close on January 17, 2018 at 9:00pm.

  • Contestants may enter 1 Share the Fun category from each column below.
  • Seniors may qualify in 1 category from each column below.
Choreographed Routine Celebrate 4-H
Dramedy Musical/Instrumental
Poetry/Prose Solo/Band Performance
Vocal

Participation. Participants must be active 4-H members and be eligible to compete according to UIL rules.

Members per team.   1 – 9 participants of the same age division.  (Juniors may join an Intermediate team)   Senior entries are comprised of Senior-aged youth only.

Participants with disabilities.  Any competitor who requires auxiliary aids or special accommodations must contact the Dallas Extension Office at least 2 weeks before the competition to request such needs.

Equipment. Participants are required to bring their own A/V equipment needed for the presentation. A screen/blank will will be provided for presentations.

Visit District 4 Website for more information.

 

If you are looking for ideas for Share The Fun, check out some of these videos on YouTube for some creative and FUN performances!
Basketball Dribbling Exhibition (choreographed routine) — http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQIPsfiO_yA
Jump Rope Routine (choreographed Routine) — http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqI7cGM9mWs
A capella vocal performance (all voices — no instruments!) I’ve seen this group in Branson! — http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tb4DOJ5-WXw
Looking for some ideas for Celebrate 4-H Skits? Here are a few ideas:
* Disney Characters Explore 4-H
* Use a current sit-com, movie, cartoon, soap opera or television show to play off of the story line! Keep it CURRENT!
* Use a current game show like “Deal or No Deal” to create a skit
* Use a popular children’s story and re-write the story to be 4-H related

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