Working Exhibit

The Working Exhibit is an interactive communication activity with an audience. The intent is to teach a process, transmit knowledge and develop skills. Typically, the audience is involved physically, mentally, and through senses. Topic selection should be appropriate and should be an outgrowth of the presenter’s 4-H experience. Use of sanitary and safe procedures and methods is always important, particularly if food samples are available to the audience. All processes used should be safe for involvement by audiences of all ages. All working exhibits at the county communication contest will be scheduled to be in progress for 20 minutes. Two working exhibits will set up every 10 minutes. Set-up must be done by exhibitor only (like state fair). Your presence at the contest is a must to enter this class. Entries selected to represent Story County at the Iowa State Fair will have different time lengths scheduled at the Iowa State Fair.

Judge's Score Sheet

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