Clark County 4-H Express
December 2016/January, 2017
In This Issue
- Dear 4-H Family
- FEDERATION FOOTNOTES
- Winter Weather Reminder
- 4-H TRACTOR CLUB
- 4-H SKI TRIP – JANUARY 29!
- FOUNDATION BEGINS FUND DRIVE
- 4-H ARCHERY SHOOTING SPORTS CLUB TO MEET
- 4-H CARNIVAL – DON’T MISS THE FUN!
- WELCOME NEW MEMBERS – SAVE THE DATE!
- ARTS & CRAFTS 4-H “FUNSHOP” IN JANUARY!!
- FEBRUARY FUNSHOPS –“HONEY BEE CHALLENGE”
- The Game Plan: GOING ABOVE & BEYOND WITH LEADERSHIP
- 2017 IL 4-H JR. LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE CAN HELP YOUR JOURNEY!
- Think Summer… REGISTER FOR 4-H CAMP!
- GET PAID WHILE AT 4-H CAMP…The summer job you’ll hate to leave
- ATTENTION - ALL ANIMAL EXHIBITORS
- Farm Forensics Solves the Livestock Mystery
- DEADLINES FOR 2016-2017
- 4-H LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM PRACTICES
- NEW FDA ANTIBIOTIC RULES APPLY TO YOUTH LIVESTOCK EXHIBITORS
- BEEF ID DAY - FEBRUARY 4
- LIVESTOCK OWNERSHIP DATES FOR THE 2017 CLARK CO. 4-H FAIR
- 2017 STATE FAIR LIVESTOCK DATES
- 2017 STATE FAIR BREEDING ANIMALS
- HORSE BOWL & HIPPOLOGY
- 4-H HORSE & pONY TACK AUCTION – Saturday, February 18
- 4-H HORSE HONORS NIGHT
- Horse Honors Night 2016
- BE A 4-H BUDDY
- Important Dates
- HOLIDAY OFFICE HOURS
- 2017 4-H FAIR
- Searching for College Scholarships? Check out these opportunities!
Dear 4-H Family
Happy Holidays from the Clark County Extension Staff! The New Year is always an exciting time, a chance to reflect on the accomplishments of the past year and set goals for the next. It's also a great time to start thinking about what you hope to achieve in the 4-H program during the upcoming year. The winter months are a great time to sit down with your project books and do some of the activities and decide what you will work on for your 4-H exhibits.
We have lots of things planned for the upcoming months –Ski Trip, Carnival, Workshops, Weigh-ins, etc. Read the newsletter carefully so you don't miss out! We hope you and your family have time to slow down and enjoy your family and friends during this holiday season. Wishing you the best in 2017!!
4-H & Youth
Federation will start off the New Year with a meeting on Monday, January 23 6:30 PM at the Clark County Extension Office in Marshall. We'll be taking some time for fun activities as well as making plans for the Carnival and Volunteer Banquet. Remember Federation is open to any 4-H'er 8th grade and older. Federation members should mark the following dates on their calendars:
January 23 - Federation Meeting, Extension Office
29 - Ski Trip to Paoli Peaks, IN
February 4 – Carnival
27 – Federation Meeting
March 6 – New Member Party
11 - Volunteer Recognition Banquet
Winter Weather ReminderJust a reminder… If the county schools are closed or events are cancelled due to bad weather, normally 4-H activities/meetings are also cancelled. When in doubt, call the Extension Office at 826-5422!
4-H TRACTOR CLUB
Are you interested in joining the 4-H Tractor Club? Please join us for a Christmas Party Thursday, December 15, 6:30 PM at the Clark County Extension Office. There will be games and refreshments. Bring a $5 grab bag gift, if you'd like! We will do some program planning for 2017, so bring ideas for things you would like to learn and places you'd like to visit. Parents, do you have any ideas? Invite a friend who has an interest in tractors and farming operations, they don't have to be in 4-H to join! Please pre-register by calling the Clark County Extension Office at 826-5422. Hope to see you there!
4-H SKI TRIP – JANUARY 29!
Join us on the slopes at Paoli Peaks in Paoli, IN for some great F-U-N Skiing! This year's ski trip will be held on Sunday, January 29. We will leave around 7:00 AM. The Ski Trip is open to all Federation age 4-H'ers as well as any younger 4-H'er who is accompanied by a parent. Moms, Dads, brothers and sisters are also welcome to ski. Some 4-H'ers from Crawford & Edgar Counties may also be joining us this year.
Cost for the trip will be $35 per person and includes a snow pass, skis or snowboard rental and a group lesson. The latest registration deadline is January 9. Please be prompt on this deadline! Registration material is available at our office or on our Clark County Extension web site - http://web.extension.illinois.edu/cce/. More details will be mailed to those who have registered for the trip.
FOUNDATION BEGINS FUND DRIVE
Has your child received a scholarship to 4-H camp or conference, enjoyed the free publications they received or taken advantage of the 4-H workshops? If so, parents are encouraged to make a donation to the 4-H Foundation during the month of January.
The 4-H Foundation is holding its annual fund drive. The Foundation plays a very important role to the Extension budget and contributed over $30,000 to the Extension budget this year. Any donations from 4-H parents would be welcome! Donations may be mailed to the Extension Office. Thanks for your support of the Foundation!
4-H ARCHERY SHOOTING SPORTS CLUB TO MEET
YAY – we are so excited to be able to offer a 4-H Archery Shooting Sports Club here in Clark County! The first archery meeting will be held on Thursday, January 12, 6:30 – 8:00 PM, south of Casey at Country Archery, located at 1675 E. 600th Rd. The group will plan to meet the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month through January, February and March. Please bring completed Shooting Sports forms to participate. Those forms can be found on the web @ http://web.extension.illinois.edu/cce/ under Clark County 4-H and by following the links.
Any youth 8 years and older by January 1 is welcome to participate in the club, however space is limited. Dusty Hickox will be the instructor for the 4-H Archery Club. Bill Brown is serving as the coordinator for all Clark County 4-H Shooting Sports. For information, contact Dusty Hickox at 217-276-4425 or the Clark County Extension Office at 826-5422.
4-H CARNIVAL – DON’T MISS THE FUN!
It's the annual 4-H Carnival - an evening of fun for the whole family! It will be held Saturday, February 4, 6:30 – 8:30 PM at the Roosevelt Community Center in Casey. There will be games, prizes, a cakewalk, refreshments and more!
As a reminder, each club should select their prince and princess contestant (up to 6th grade) and a king and queen contestant (junior and senior high school). Each contestant needs to bring a decorated coffee can or box with their picture, name, club, and a hole in the lid for tickets. The candidate who receives the most carnival tickets will be crowned royalty. Each club is also asked to provide two or three decorated cakes and three dozen cookies or brownies. REMEMBER LEADERS – No water games PLEASE!!
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS – SAVE THE DATE!
MONDAY, March 6, 7:00 – 8:00 PM at the Clark County Extension Office
Have some questions about the 4-H program? This party will be your opportunity to learn more about the 4-H program and meet other new 4-H'ers. A special session will be held for new parents so they also have the opportunity to learn about the 4-H program. Mark your calendars now!
ARTS & CRAFTS 4-H “FUNSHOP” IN JANUARY!!
Join us in January for a Tin Punch and Yarn Art Funshop at both Marshall and Casey! LOTS of designs to choose from or invent your own!
Marshall Funshop – Tues. January 10, Clark Co. Extension Office ~ ( 826-5422 to pre-register by Mon. Jan. 9Casey Funshop – Thurs. January 12, Casey First Christian Church ~ (826-5422 to pre-register by Fri. Jan. 10.
FEBRUARY FUNSHOPS –“HONEY BEE CHALLENGE”
Marshall – Wednesday, February 8, Clark County Extension Office
Casey – Thursday, February 9, Casey First Christian Church
The cost of this 4-H "Funshop" is $5.00 and open to ALL Youth 3rd grade and older. Please pre-register by calling the Clark County Extension Office at 826-5422. "Funshops" begin after school to 4:30 PM
The Game Plan: GOING ABOVE & BEYOND WITH LEADERSHIP
Leadership comes in many different forms. Do you like to plan events or speak in front of groups? Do you like to teach or mentor others? Do you like to solve world issues or be at the table when important issues are discussed? Illinois 4-H is here to help you with a NEW conference. The Game Plan: Going Above & Beyond with Leadership will provide both new and experienced teen leaders with new skills and methods for advancing your abilities to make an impact.
This conference will include training in skills that you need to improve your work as a teen planner, promoter, mentor, teacher, advocate, or advisor. From youth and adult partnerships to learning about group management and strategies for persuading adults, Illinois 4-H teen leaders who attend will be able to focus on skills that they can use not only with 4-H, but with advanced education, scholarship applications, and future careers. Share ideas with 4-H'ers from other counties to improve on your local program. Here's what you need to know:
WHEN and WHERE: January 6 – 7, 2017; Decatur Conference Center and Hotel
WHO CAN ATTEND: Counties can send a team of four teens and one adult to this conference. Space is limited, so register ASAP. Teens must currently be enrolled in high school to attend and an adult coach MUST be included on the team.
HOW TO REGISTER: Contact the Clark County Extension Office at 826-5422 if you are interested in being one of your county's team members.
WHY? Because you'll never regret building your leadership skills, sharing your voice, and making new friends – ALL THROUGH 4-H!
2017 IL 4-H JR. LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE CAN HELP YOUR JOURNEY!
Adventures Await! Where are YOU headed on your leadership journey? If you are in the 7th or 8th grade, check out the 2017 Illinois 4-H Junior Leadership Conference! It will be February 25-26 at the Parke Regency Hotel & Conference Center in Bloomington. You'll be busy doing things, making new friends and working as a team.
The Illinois State 4-H Youth Leadership Team has planned workshops on first aid, robotics, understanding different cultures, animal science, team-building, and robotics. Registration is open @ go.illinois.edu/4Hjlc. Get ready to start your 4-H leadership adventure now by planning to attend!
Think Summer… REGISTER FOR 4-H CAMP!
Camp registration at 4-H Memorial Camp will open in January for 2017! Current 4-H members get an "Early-Bird" Discount of $40 if they register by March 1. Come to camp! The kayaks, zip line, swimming beach, dodge balls, and your cabin mates will miss you if you wait too long!!
You may choose any of the four weeks of 4-H camp to attend: June 4 – 8; June 11 – 15; June 25 – 29; June 30 – July 4 (early pickup).
Register online or get more information at: http://web.extension.illinois.edu/4hmemorialcamp.
Cost is $195 for 4-H'ers ($160 for Clark County 4-H'ers) until the March 1st early bird discount.
GET PAID WHILE AT 4-H CAMP…The summer job you’ll hate to leave
A great summer job awaits 32 camp counselors who will work at 4-H Memorial Camp this summer. Application materials and job details are on the camp's website! Apply in January or early February at the latest.
ATTENTION - ALL ANIMAL EXHIBITORS
4-H members enrolled in ALL animal project areas are required to complete the online Quality Assurance and Ethics course ONE TIME in order to stay enrolled in an animal project area. The certification must be done if you are enrolled in one of the following projects: beef, dairy, swine, sheep, goats, horses, poultry, rabbits, cats and dogs. Members who don't complete the certification before the show will be removed from the project and not be allowed to show. Anyone who has already taken the certification does not need to retake the test. The website is http://web.extension.illinois.edu/qaec/. This rule applies to 4-H members who exhibit live animals AND poster exhibits. Call the Extension Office for more info.
Farm Forensics Solves the Livestock Mystery
How do you increase livestock productivity? How do you keep your herd healthy? What traits do you want in your breeding stock? How do you successfully run your farm business? Uncover the answers in this year's Youth Livestock Conference … Farm Forensics: A Livestock Mystery. This program provides leadership and team building activities as well as exciting hands-on opportunities built around the science and disciplines of livestock production and exhibition. This conference is hosted by the State 4-H Livestock Ambassador Team.
Dates: Feb. 11-12
Conference headquarters: Hawthorn Suites in Champaign, 101 Trade Center Drive.
Open to any 4-H member in 7th, 8th, or 9th grade.
Registration: Register online by Jan. 23 @ go.illinois.edu/4Hlivestock.
Check-In: 10 – 11 AM, Saturday, Feb. 11 Pick-Up: 11:45 AM, Sunday, Feb. 12
Help us scope out the suspect as we zoom in on DNA and the bizarre world of bacteria. In this session we will be working through the case as we extract, zoom and solve together!
· Deceitful Dissection
Come explore the exciting world of dissection. With scalpels and scissors we will investigate the missing pieces of the mystery. Be prepared to reveal a vital clue!
· Order in the Court
Step into the courtroom with our livestock ethics committee as we discuss good production practices and debate a simple livestock case. Members will participate as a jury, the courtroom audience and plaintiffs or defendants. Participants will debate against anti-agriculture organizations by offering their personal "testimonies," objecting to false livestock advertisements and ultimately working to influence the verdict of the judge.
· Cracking the Chromosomes
Joins us as we investigate the world of genetics and the mysteries of electrophoresis. In this session, you will solve the secrets with your sweet tooth as we study genetics and dig deeper into DNA.
· Defending the Herd
Keep your eye out, the Stockyard Stalkers are on the loose! In this workshop you will examine footage to learn about motives of anti-agriculture activists and how to defend your position if you are ever "under attack."
DEADLINES FOR 2016-2017
· Re-enrollment deadline—February 1; Cost from Feb. 2 – April 1 - $30 (Pay late fee by check only)
· New Member deadline – April 1
· After April 1 deadline; members have to call the office to add projects.
No projects added after May 1
4-H LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM PRACTICES
Join other Clark County 4-H'ers as they begin an adventure in studying the practice of Livestock Judging! Anyone with an interest in learning more about livestock is welcome to attend! Practices are held each Monday (except the 2nd Monday of the month) at 6 PM at the Emmanuel United Methodist Church, approx. 3 miles south of Marshall on Grand Turn Road on January 2, 16 and 23 at 6 PM. Any 4-H'er interested in joining the group is welcome! For more information, contact Coach Angie Vanatta at 217-276-2216 or the Clark Co. Extension Office at 826-5422.
NEW FDA ANTIBIOTIC RULES APPLY TO YOUTH LIVESTOCK EXHIBITORS
For 4-H youth livestock exhibitors, parents and project advisors, Jan. 1, 2017, will usher in major changes in accessing medicated feeds for project animals. That's when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will implement new rules, known as Guidance 209, for antibiotic use in all animals raised for food.
Antibiotics identified as medically important (to human health) will no longer be available for growth promotion purposes, including for 4-H show animals.
Be sure to watch your mail for a letter from the Extension Office explaining what this means for our 4-H'ers exhibiting livestock. Or for more info, call the Clark Co. Extension Office at 826-5422.
BEEF ID DAY - FEBRUARY 4
The Beef Identification Day will be held Saturday, February 4 at the Martinsville Fairgrounds. Any market beef or market dairy animal to be exhibited at the 2017 4-H Fair must be identified on this day. We will tattoo and weigh all market animals. ALL ANIMALS MUST HAVE A HALTER ON AT WEIGH-IN TIME. The weigh-in will begin at 9:00 AM and all animals should be present no later than 9:30 AM. If you have any questions call the office or superintendents – Jeff Lewis, Jeremy Williams or Charles Warfel.
ISF JR. BEEF EXHIBITORS – You will need to let the weigh-in crew know if you are planning to show at the IL State Fair. This will be your only opportunity to nominate steers for the state fair, so please let us know at that time.
LIVESTOCK OWNERSHIP DATES FOR THE 2017 CLARK CO. 4-H FAIRBeef Cows January 1
Market Steers & Heifers February 1
Heifers March 1
Beef Calf May 1
Gilts & Barrows April 18
Breeding Swine June 1
Market Lamb April 26
Horses May 1
Goats - Yearlings, Freshened Doe January 1
Mother (kid under 5 months) January 1
Kid (Doe or Buck over 5 months) February 1
Goat (Buck or Doe under 5 months) May 1
Goat Market Wether June 1
Poultry, Rabbits June 1
Rabbit Fryer Class June 10
Animals must be in the possession of the 4-H'er by these dates!!
2017 STATE FAIR LIVESTOCK DATES
We have received information on the Premiere Shows for the Illinois State Fair.
Remember, any 4-H'er 8 and over by Sept. 1, 2016 may exhibit their animal at the State Fair.
Note these important market livestock dates, ages & deadlines
STEERS & MARKET HEIFERS:
· Calved on or after January 1, 2016
· Owned & personally cared for by exhibitor since – February 1, 2017
· Tattooed & Tagged on February 4
BARROWS: Regular Barrows
· Farrowed on or after Jan. 15, 2017 and must be the property of the exhibitor by June 1, 2017.
BARROWS: Premiere Barrows
· Farrowed on or after Feb. 10, 2017 and must have been the property of the exhibitor by June 1, 2017
· Weighed and Tattooed February 10 to April 15, 2017
· Tattooed within 35 days of birth and not weigh more than 1.0 lbs/day of age
SHEEP WETHERS: Both Premiere & Live Show Wethers
· Lambed on or after January 1, 2017
· Ownership Date – May 15, 2017
· Weighed, Tattooed & Tagged – between March 15 and May 16, 2017
· Wethers – Born on or after October 1, 2016
· Tattooed in name of exhibitor only by May 15, 2017
· Ownership dates for Kids & Yearlings not in milk – May 15, 2017
2017 STATE FAIR BREEDING ANIMALS
Beef – Heifers and Cows: Heifers ~ Age requirement is from Sept. 1, 2015 to March 31,
2016 (w/addition of Senior Yearling class). Heifers and cows must be owned and personally cared for by exhibitor since June 1, 2017.
Performance Cows – Cows must be born before Sept. 1, 2015 (Cow-Calf Class only) and owned and personally cared by exhibitor since Jan. 1, 2017
Swine – Gilts: Must be farrowed on or after Jan. 1, 2017 and owned by exhibitor since June 1, 2017.
Sheep – Ewes & Rams: Age requirement for yearling ewes is from Jan. 1, 2016 to Aug. 31, 2016; for ewe lambs is after Sept. 1, 2016; for ram lambs is after Jan. 1, 2016. They must be owned and personally cared for by exhibitor since June 25, 2017.
Dairy – Cows and Heifers: No age requirements. Calves and Heifers must be owned since June 1, 2017. Cows owned since Jan. 1, 2017.
Dogs: Dogs must be owned or leased by June 1, 2017. No paperwork is required.
Dairy Goats: Kids and Yearlings not in milk must be owned by exhibitor only by June 1, 2017.
Milking Does must be owned by exhibitor only by January 1, 2017.
Meat Goats: All meat goats (wethers and all breeding animals) are to be owned by exhibitor only by May 15, 2017.
Rabbits, Pygmy Goats & Poultry: Animals in these species to be exhibited at the ISF Jr. Show must be owned by the exhibitor as indicated: Does - By June 1 of the year exhibiting; ALL others -- Out of stock owned by the exhibitor prior to June 1.
HORSE BOWL & HIPPOLOGY
Several 4-H'ers have been preparing for the Horse Bowl and Hippology contests and would welcome any new members (you don't even have to own a horse!). Horse Bowl is similar to scholastic bowl with all questions relating to horses. Hippology is a variety of stations or displays with questions about horse care, equipment, etc. Practices for Horse Bowl and Hippology are held each Monday at 7:00 PM at the home of Ruth Stewart, Martinsville. If you are interested in participating, but can't attend practices, call Cartha at the Extension Office at 826-5422 or Ruth at 382-4544. The regional contest has not been set. The state contest will be held on April 16-17, Champaign.
4-H HORSE & pONY TACK AUCTION – Saturday, February 18
The 12th Annual Clark Co. Horse & Pony Tack Auction will be held on Sat. February 18 at the Clark County Extension Office. The doors will open at 3:00 PM with the auction beginning at 4:00 PM. 4-H'ers, don't forget to consign your used tack!
4-H HORSE HONORS NIGHT
The Horse Honors Night was held on November 13th at the Clark County Extension Office with a catered meal. Horse youth were recognized for participating in the following activities – All-Youth Horse Judging Trials in Springfield, Clark Co. Horse Bowl and Hippology team Members and those attending the Regional and State Contests, Horse Camp, St. Jude Benefit Trail Ride, the Clark Co. 4-H Show and IL State Fair Jr. shows. Certificates were given to all participants. Haley Elliott received the 2016 High Points Award and Top Point Awards were given to 13 4-H'ers filling out horse participation point sheets. They received gifts ranging from 4-H Horse Hoodies, belt buckles, etc. Congratulations to all the kids for working so hard this year!!
Horse Honors Night 20162016 4-H Horse High Point Award Winner - Haley Elliott
Horse Participation Point Winners – Addi Adams, Lilie Perry, Grace Dudley, Addie Shotts, Seth Hollingsworth, Gabe Deckard, Haley Elliott, Morgan Macke, Lana Shotts, Shelby Zellers, Amy Zellers and Avery Walden.
BE A 4-H BUDDY
One of the most important things that 4-H offers is a place of "belonging" …finding a place where you are accepted and appreciated for who you are. But that sense of belonging doesn't just happen. Club members and leaders must plan how they can be welcoming to new members. Beginning in January, a new mentoring opportunity will be available to help new club members find their place in 4-H. A 4-H Buddy helps a new member feel welcome, meet new friends, and learn about 4-H activities and events. A 4-H Buddy helps a new club member discover all the things he/she can do and learn in 4-H.
Being a 4-H Buddy is also a great way to start learning and practicing leadership in the 4-H club. As a mentor to new members, a 4-H Buddy must be a 4-H member for two or more years; be a good role model to other members; attend club meetings on a regular basis; and be approved by the 4-H club leader. To find out more about being a 4-H Buddy, ask your club leader for a copy of the form Your Role and Responsibility as a 4-H Buddy.
10 – 4-H "Funshop", Marshall
12 – 4-H "Funshop", Casey
12 – Archery Shooting Sports, 6:30 PM, Casey
16 – ML King Jr. Day – Office Closed
23 – 4-H Federation, 7 PM, EO
26– Archery Shooting Sports, 6:30 PM, Casey
29 – 4-H Ski Trip, Paoli Peaks
4 – Beef ID Day, Martinsville
4 – 4-H Carnival
8 – 4-H "Funshop" Marshall
9 – 4-H "Funshop" Casey
18 – Tack Auction
27 – Federation
27-28 – Jr. Leadership Conference
HOLIDAY OFFICE HOURS
The Clark County Extension Office will be closed during the Holidays beginning Friday, December 23 and will re-open on Tuesday, January 3, 2017
The Clark County Extension Staff wish you and your family a wonderful and joyous Holiday Season!
2017 4-H FAIR
JULY 22-26, 2017
Our families have spoken… We recently sent our 4-H families an on-line survey asking for their input about the location of the 4-H Fair. Over 90 families responded to that survey, with strong support to move the 4-H Fair to the Martinsville Fairgrounds. After a meeting with our Clark County 4-H Youth Committee and committee members of the Martinsville Ag Fair Board, it was decided to make the move; keeping our 4-H Fair separate from the Martinsville Ag Fair and continuing at one fairgrounds each year. We appreciate all the hard work and dedication of the Marshall Fair Board to make our years there as complete as possible.
Thank you to our families who participated in this survey and we'll see you all back at the Martinsville Fairgrounds July 22-26.
Searching for College Scholarships? Check out these opportunities!
WANT $15,000? Who doesn't need an extra $15,000 for college? If you have the right words, you could win. Go to makecollegehappenchallenge.com for all the rules. Students are challenged to creatively answer the question, "How do you plan to pay for college?" Entries can be in the form of a video, photo, essay, song, or poem (be creative!). It's open to teens at least 14 and not older than 18 at the time of entry. The contest is open now through December 31, 2016. Top prize is $15,000, or win $10,000 for second, $7,500 for third, or $1,000 for fourth through tenth.
State 4-H Key Award: This award recognizes youth wo have demonstrated excellence in leadership and a strong focus on community service and mentoring. Open to youth who were 16-18 years of age on Sept. 1, 2016. Can only be won once in 4-H career. Plaque and state recognition.
Illinois 4-H LCP (Leadership, Citizenship, and Professionalism) Award: This award recognizes youth who have excelled in demonstrating leadership, citizenship, and professionalism in their 4-H work on a local, area, state, and national level. Open to 4-H members 17-19 years of age as of Dec. 1, 2016. Can only be received once in 4-H career. Plaque and invitation to Premiere 20 Conference.
4-H Vet Science Award: This award recognizes youth that have enrolled and demonstrated mastery in the 4-H Veterinary Science project for a minimum of three years. Open to youth who were 15-18 on Sept. 1, 2016. Must be currently enrolled in the 4-H Vet Science project. Can only be received once in 4-H career. $200 cash prize.