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Texas4H  This is the official Instagram Page for Texas 4-H 🍀 #Texas4h #4hDream #TrueLeaders Twitter: @Texas4H Facebook: keyword: Texas 4-H Youth Development

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More than 330 youth and adults representing Texas 4-H during 4-H Day at the Capitol. #trueleaders #4hgrowshere #4h #Texas4H

Meet your 2016-2017 State 4-H Council Member:
DREAM ON is this year's theme for #Texas4h Roundup. We asked Shelby Lepley from Walker County, District 9 what was her childhood dream? "As a child, I dreamed of becoming the United States President, a dentist, and an artist. #4HDream

Meet your 2016-2017 State 4-H Council Member:
DREAM ON is this year's theme for #Texas4h Roundup. We asked Brynn Workman from Howard County, District 6 what was her childhood dream? "My childhood dream was to be a Veterinarian." #4HDream

Meet your 2016-2017 State 4-H Council Member:
DREAM ON is this year's theme for #Texas4h Roundup. We asked Luke Cowan, Public Relations Officer from Midland County, District 6 what was his childhood dream? "I really wanted my little brother to be green when he was born." #4HDream

Meet your 2016-2017 State 4-H Council Member:
DREAM ON is this year's theme for #Texas4h Roundup. We asked Kaitlyn Vela from Hall County, District 1 what was her childhood dream? "My childhood dream was to be on dancing with the stars" #4HDream

Meet your 2016-2017 State 4-H Council Member:
DREAM ON is this year's theme for #Texas4h Roundup. We asked Kaleigh Meador from Potter County, District 1 what was her childhood dream? "I always wanted to become a fashion​ designer and have my own store. That is still my dream today! My goal is to have my own store and maybe design a clothing line."
#4HDream

Great opportunity from our friends at Capital Farm Credit to Texa 4-H members to show their pride in Agriculture. The 2nd Annual "What Agriculture Means to Me" video contest. Check out the information below for more information.

Contest Rules:
1. Video must address the question “What does Agriculture mean to me?”
2. Entrants must hold membership in a Texas 4H or FFA chapter AND be considered a High School student (current Freshman to Senior).
3. Video must be uploaded to YouTube or Instagram first. Paste the video URL when entering contest.
4. Video can be raw footage or edited.
5. Preferred video length is 30 seconds or less.
6. One entry allowed per entrant.
7. Videos become the property of Capital Farm Credit.
8. Entrants certify they have permission of all adults shown in each video and the permission of parents for all minors shown in each video. (as applicable)
9. The deadline to submit (and vote) is March 20, 2017. (hint- the earlier you post, the sooner you can start promoting your video)
Prizes:
* Winners will be announced March 21, 2017, based on number of votes. Voting is open to the public, one vote per user per day.
* TOP FIVE VIDEOS: Individuals receive $1,000 scholarships. Their 4H or FFA chapter receives $500 donation.
* TOP VIDEO: Individual receives additional $1,500 scholarship ($2,500 total). Their 4H or FFA chapter receives additional $1,000 donation ($1,500 total).

Meet your 2016-2017 State 4-H Council Member:
DREAM ON is this year's theme for #Texas4h Roundup. We asked Marcee Cooke from Hemphill County, District 1 what was her childhood dream? "I wanted to be the lady who answers the phone at the doctor's office."
#4HDream

Meet your 2016-2017 State 4-H Council Member:
DREAM ON is this year's theme for #Texas4h Roundup. We asked Lauryn Luttrull from Wise County, District 3 what was her childhood dream? "I wanted to be a movie star." She finds herself behind the camera more these days, serving also as a member of the Texas 4-H Technology team.
#4HDream

Meet your 2016-2017 State 4-H Council Member:
DREAM ON is this year's theme for #Texas4h Roundup. We asked Marissa Walker from Baylor County, District 4 what was her childhood dream? "I always wanted to be a ballerina. I think it was the fact I could wear a tutu and a crown the rest of my life, sounded like the life!"
#4HDream

Meet your 2016-2017 State 4-H Council Member:
DREAM ON is this year's theme for #Texas4h Roundup. We asked Cahil Murchison from Caldwell County, District 10 what was his childhood dream? "I always wanted to be the quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. However, I found 4-H to be more appreciative to people who are under six feet tall.
#4HDream

2017 #Texas4H Roundup t-shirt design contest is now open! We challenge members to dream big and help us create an awesome design for this year's official Roundup t-shirt. #4HDream

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