Eligibility Requirements for the 2024 Roger Mills County Spring Livestock Show

Parents, leaders, and exhibitors please be sure your exhibitor has met the eligibility requirements to be eligible to show at the 2024 RMC Spring Livestock Show. Rule # 7. Each exhibitor MUST be a resident of Roger Mills County or attend a school participating in a Roger Mills County school district and a bona fide member of a Roger Mills County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter. Members MUST not have graduated from high school or the equivalent before January 1, of the year of the show. Youth can enroll in 4-H in the 3rd grade AND 8 years old by…

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