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Portfolio Forms (New)

The portfolio is the first step in preparing to go to fair. Every child is required to have a completed portfolio. These binders are to be completed and turned in for judging prior to your fair dates. Our portfolio is in a new format starting in 2014. There is a printable version so your child can fill it out by hand. Or there is also a fillable version for those who can use the computer. If you have problems and wish to have a CD version of the portfolio please contact our office. The Portfolio CD’s are $2.00 each.

Fair Registration Forms

Most projects run from October 1 until your county’s fair, when projects are judged. Every 4-H project requires a certain form. To compete in the county fair, fill out your project forms and get them to the 4-H office (deadlines vary). Below are the forms required for our fair. Select the link and download the forms you need. If you are having problems downloading your forms, you may pick them up at the UI Extension, Bannock County office.

All horse and livestock projects to be shown at a Bannock County fair, in addition to the above forms,  may also require these forms:

EISF 2013 Supplement

It’s a Feeding Frenzy! See the 2013 4-H supplement to the Eastern Idaho State Fair Book here. Rules and regulations can be found in the Eastern Idaho State Fair Book, or online at


Scholarships will be given to those 4-H members who have met certain requirements (you must be a registered 4-H member). 4-H members must hand write a letter requesting financial assistance to attend 4-H programming events. 4-H members must volunteer at the UI Extension, Bannock County office to be considered for a scholarship. For every hour volunteered you will be given scholarship funds. Up to one half can be earned for assistance in attending 4-H programming events. Please call Missy or Ashley at (208) 236-7312 for more information.


Documents not available for download may be obtained by contacting your county extension office (contact information is to the right)


 February 14, 2013  Posted by at 7:41 pm