4-H Roundup is a big event, but with more than 4,000 participants and their friends and families, approximately 50 individual competitions, and $2.2 million in scholarships, this year was even bigger than ever!
The youth who attend this event are able to learn leadership skills, team building and competition skills as well as get the opportunity to network with youth and adults and citizenship development. In addition to all the competitions and seminars, 4-H Roundup always includes evening assemblies to recognize contest winners and promote camaraderie among 4-H members. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences hosted the first evening assembly, the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Festival, which began the week-long festivities and showcased Texas A&M’s campus.
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Photos by: Isaac Dovalina, Amy Dromgoole and Flipside Interactive