Poster Contest

Congratulations to all 2016Poster Contest Winners

Division: Senior

Category: Acrylic

  • Jeremy Rosacer-Lee County
  • Amanda Rosacer-Lee County

Category: Pencil

  • Cameron Kerr-Suwannee County
  • Kayla Markham-Suwannee County
  • Mary Colston-Polk County


Division: Intermediate

Category: Pen

  • Josephine DeRonde-Volusia County

Category: Marker

  • Abigail Corbin-Suwannee County
  • Isabella Wassel-Orange County
  • Aimee Ibrahim-Clay County

Category: Computer Enhanced

  • John Prescott

Category: Pencil

  • Levi Nelson-Escambia County

Category: Special Effects

  • Kaci Fernandez-Suwannee County


Division: Junior

Category: Crayon

  • Catherine Williams-St. Johns County

Category: Pencil

  • Veronica Rosacer-Lee County

Category: Marker

  • Lylabeth Corbin-Suwannee County

Category: Pen

  • Cheyenne Chaves-Volusia County

Category: Special Effects

  • Nora Ibrahim-Clay County

Category: Acrylic

  • Patrick Whitehead-Levy County
Effective beginning September 1, 2016, the Florida 4-H Poster Contest will become the Florida 4-H Graphic Design Contest.  Read more about this new opportunity:
Graphic Design Contest Rules

Graphic Design Contest Score Sheet


Exciting changes have occurred. Both the Photo and Poster contests have been overhauled by the State Communications Committee. We believe the changes will encourage more entries into both competitions while encouraging 4-H youth to learn specific skills in the process. The new rules and resources are listed below. A 24 x 36 PDF file display summarizing the new rules.

General Information

Poster Curriculum

Submit all of them prior to June 1st.

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Need more info?

If you have questions about the contest, contact Shaumond Scott at the State Office.