Sussex County 4-H Animal Project Representative Applications due

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Sussex County 4-H Animal Project Representative Applications due

June 1

4-H Members in grades 9-13 who have completed three years in an animal project area are encouraged to apply to represent their animal species as this year’s 2022 Animal representative. Members applying must have completed a County level public presentation for the current project year to be considered. Priority will be given to those in 11-13th grade

In the event of a competition for representative, more than one person applies; independent judges review the contestants’ application and schedule an interview portion for each applicant. Individual interviews will last approximately ten minutes with each judge asking 1-3 questions. Contestants applying will need to be able to attend the following required events during the fair if chosen:

– NJSF/SCF&HS Opening Ceremonies (and parade if applicable) on the First Saturday.
– Queen of the Fair Contest on the first Saturday
– Be available in your species barn from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm on the Thursday of the Fair to assist Round Robin participants.
– If not a participant in Round robin, assist during the Round Robin event.
*Livestock Reps Only– Assist with Market Animal Dinner and Sale (Tuesday evening)
– Assist with species shows and other tasks as requested by your animal area coordinator.

The S. C. 4-H Animal Representative application packets must be completed and turned in to your 4-H club leader.  The applications received by club leaders should be submitted to the 4-H office no later than June 1. 

Applications can be downloaded at:


June 1


Sussex County RCE/4-H Office
130 Morris Turnpike
Newton, NJ 07860 United States
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