Make a 4-H Poster for the 2020 Poster Contest for National 4-H Week

2020 Poster Contest Information

Rules and Restrictions

  • Open to ALL Lincoln County 4-H Members
  • Must be done by the individual
  • Limit: 2 Entries (one per theme)
  • Correct use of the 4-H Clover
  • NO copyrighted materials
  • The following information must be added to the top right corner on the BACK of the poster
    • Name
    • Address
    • Club
    • Current Grade

Posters Due:

Monday, Sept. 21 Drop your posters off at the extension office any time after Sept. 7th.

Poster Requirements:

Poster Board—Any color
Size—14” x 22” (Vertical or Horizontal)
4-H Clover—Do not place anything over it. Must be only in green, black or gold/yellow.
Contact information—Website ( or phone number (715-539-1072)

Helpful Advice:

Theme: Does the poster attract attention?  Is the message brief and direct?
Simplicity: Is the poster limited to one idea and readable at a glance?
Originality: Does the poster convey and original idea? A common idea in a new way?
Appearance: Is the poster well balanced and neatly done? Does it cover the whole board?  Is it free from smudges? Do the images need outlining?  Step back 8-10 feet, can you read it and can you still see what all the pictures are?


Lincoln County 4-H Centennial – Tell us why you love it!
Join or Promote 4-H – Tell why Lincoln County 4-H is the best!


Cloverbud (K-2nd grade)
Junior (3rd-5th grade)
Intermediate (6th – 8th grade)
Senior (9th – 13th grade)


Each poster will receive a ribbon (Cloverbuds—participation only) and
every 4-Her that submits a poster will be entered into a drawing to win 4-H Swag!

Posters will be displayed on Facebook and at TB Scott Library.

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