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Clackamas County 4-H Horse Bowl & Public Speaking Contests

Registration required by January 15, 2019. The highest placing Senior and Intermediate members will be invited to compete at the Spring Classic.

Horse Bowl is a question and answer game that allows 4-H members to demonstrate their knowledge of equine-related subject matter. Two teams of four members each compete to answer questions quickly and accurately. Some questions are one-on-one where only a specified member of each team can answer. Other questions are team play where any member can answer. Playing Horse Bowl is a fun way to learn the material in the Horse Project manuals. Many club activities can be built around horse bowl questions such as playing "Jeopardy" or studying visuals. Register using the form below.

A presentation can be a demonstration or an illustrated talk. A demonstration shows and tells how to do something, and it usually has a finished product. Examples would be how to braid a horse's mane or how to clean tack. An illustrated talk uses visual aids to explain what is said. These visual aids could be posters, videos, slides, models, etc. Individual presentations are given by one member. Team presentations are given by two members. Public Speaking requires members to give a speech. No visual aids are allowed. Speeches often tell more of a story or have a topic that has an emotional impact on the audience. Register online:

Saturday, January 26 at 12:00am to 11:59pm

694 Northeast 4th Avenue, Canby, OR


OSU Extension Service
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Carol Bridges (Horse Bowl), Jaime Hudson (Public Speaking/Presentations)

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