The Flight Schedule for the 2023 District 5 4-H Indoor Archery Meet has been released. Click here to see the flight times.
District 5’s 4-H Specialist, Dr. McSwain, hosted a presentation on January 5, 2023 with information about the Texas 4-H Foundation Opportunity Scholarship program. If you were not able to sit in on the presentation, or would like to hear it again, you may access the recording by clicking on the link below. A copy of the Power Point slides is also available.
- 2023 Opportunity Scholarship presentation recording
- 2022-23 Opportunity Scholarship presentation slides
*If you are given the message that you do not have access to the recording, you can request access by providing your name, county and 4-H member’s name, and clicking the Request Access button.
Looking for a fun learning experience for your 4-H youth this winter? Join District 5 as we host a Leaders 4 Life workshop and Invitational Mock Contest on January 21, 2023 in Nacogdoches, Texas on the Stephen F. Austin State University campus. The Texas 4-H Road Show will be hosting fun team building activities throughout the day and lunch will be provided! This workshop is FREE and open to all wanting to learn about this project, hone their parliamentary procedure skills, prep for their district or state contests, and meet new friends.
The registration link and QR are in the flyer and if you have any questions, concerns, or comments please contact Makenzie Banks via email at email@example.com or phone at (903)236-8428. If any type of accommodations need to be made, you can contact Brianna Howard by the 8th and her number and that message is listed on the flyer.
You are invited to attend the September 2022 Bite-Size 4-H program scheduled for Friday, September 16 from 9 to noon at the Nacogdoches County Extension office. This is an in-person meeting so we can engage in idea sharing and answer questions regarding our monthly topic. New agents in their onboarding year are required to attend. All others are welcome to join in the discussion on Membership, Enrollment and the Roles and Responsibilities of Agents, Parents and Volunteers in 4-H.
Please use the link to RSVP no later than September 14th: https://forms.gle/LG15mxFJWeCiHaz19
Hope to see you there!
Texas 4-H is for kids of almost any age – grades K-2 can be in Clover Kids if offered in your area. From 3rd-12th grades, you can be a regular 4-H member.
Your local County Extension Office can help you find a club that is right for you! Below are the contact number for the District 5 counties.
- Anderson County – 903-723-3732
- Angelina County – 936-634-6414
- Cherokee County – 903-683-5416
- Gregg County – 903-236-8428
- Harrison County – 903-935-8414
- Henderson County – 903-675-6130
- Houston County – 936-544-7502
- Jasper County – 409-384-4481
- Marion County – 903-665-2421
- Nacogdoches County – 936-560-7711
- Newton County – 409-379-4831
- Panola County – 903-693-0300
- Polk County – 936-327-6828
- Rusk County – 903-657-0376
- Sabine County – 409-787-5208
- San Augustine County – 936-275-3644
- Shelby County – 936-598-7744
- Smith County – 903-590-2980
- Trinity County – 936-642-1421
- Tyler County – 409-283-8284
- Upshur County – 903-680-8128
- Wood County – 903-763-2924
All 4-H members must be enrolled in at least one project. When you choose a project, you will learn everything there is to know about that topic. You will participate in various hands-on activities, learn new skills, do community service, or even make speeches about your project.
How to choose your 4-H project:
- Select a project you like.
- Consider the money and time it will take. Can parents/guardians help?
- Consider the space and equipment that you have at home.
- A 4-H project should be fun, serve a purpose, and be worth the effort.
- Select only the number of projects you can complete.
- Contact your local county club to see which projects are offered where you live.
Check out the 4-H projects to see what looks fun to you.
Signup on 4HOnline after you have found a project and club that is right for you! Youth members are required to pay a $25.00 participation fee if enrolled by October 31st, and a $30.00 fee from November 1st to the completion of the 4-H year. Adults pay a $10.00 volunteer applicant fee. Adults and youth will need to enroll on 4HOnline and be active to be considered an official member of Texas 4-H.
An active enrollment is required in order to register and participate in all 4-H activities and events. Each year on August 15th all membership in Texas 4-H goes to inactive and all youth and adult volunteers must re-enroll.
Official placing for the 2021-22 Record Book Judging have been released. Click here to view the results.
Come Alive in D5 is a wrap and the contest results have been released. Click here to view the results.
Come Alive in D5 opens Thursday, April 28th and runs through Saturday, April 30th. If you did not get to attend the virtual Contestant Orientation on Tuesday evening, April 26th, you can access the video here.
2022 Come Alive in D5 Orientation – You will be asked to request access to view this video.
Ready to Reel ’em in this Summer? Registration is open STATEWIDE on 4-H Online for our summer skill-a-thon – fish June 1 – August 31st! Same rules and information used in the Spring event. Already have a profile in FishDonkey? No need to create another one! Summer tournament will open on this judging app on Monday, April 18th.
Rules of Play for the 2022 District 5 4-H Horse Show have been released. Registration opens on April 1 and runs through May 3.
Three independent Shows (Qualifying, Futurity, and Open) will be offered with individual classes. See show schedule for classes offered and fees associated.
This year a clinic is being offered the day before the show that focuses on Stock Horse Horsemanship and Trail. Space is limited to 12 riders per time slot, either 8:00 am-12:00 pm or 1:00 pm-5:00 pm. Cost is $50 per participant (non-refundable). The clinician is Nancy Cahill, who has coached of the U.S. Team for the Youth Quarter Horse World Cup 15 times.
For more information, click here.