Wednesday, June 1, 2022

Things to Know Before You Go

 June 1, 2022

It’s time to Amplify your Impact!! We are excited to kickoff our 2022 Texas 4-H Roundup-LEAD Academy this year on Monday, June 6th with our LEAD Academy College and Career Fair at 2:30 pm. 

We are looking forward to a fun-filled week.

Information about Texas 4-H Roundup can be found at . Be sure and review the Texas 4-H Roundup-LEAD Registration packet for specific details about the event. 

The Blog will be updated on Friday, June 3 to reflect event specific details for the week.


Our daily event schedule has been created and shared as a Google Doc on our website. We also recommend you download the Texas 4-H App which provides the schedule detail as well as gives you the opportunity to star events you are specifically participating in next week. We encourage those wishing to have a paper copy of the schedule to print it on Sunday, June 5th. We hope to not have any changes, but with events such as these, things do get adjusted. We will do our best to communicate those changes as timely as possible, but we plan to have the schedule finalized to the best of our ability on Friday, June 3 with any final details about the week. Also as a reminder, our evening event on Tuesday and Wednesday are outdoors and subject to change should there be weather in the area next week. We are all hopefully for rain of course, therefore Reed Arena is the backup location for those two evenings. 

Click here for Schedule of Events Google Doc or Download the Texas 4-H App

LEAD Academy participation required pre-registration (watch for an email from Megan Logan with further details to come later this week). However, anyone is welcome to visit the Trade Show or 

Onsite Community Service activity on Wednesday and Thursday on the 2nd Floor of the Memorial Student Center (MSC). 

Audience is allowed and encouraged at our Educational Presentation, Public Speaking and Share the Fun contests. The 1st place Share the Fun acts or Public Speaking winner WILL NOT perform at the evening assemblies, therefore if you would like to watch them, please review the schedule and plan to attend the live performances/presentation. 


The Tuesday LEAD Academy Community Service event required pre-registration however we have other opportunities during the week of Roundup for your to serve. 

  1. Robb School Memorial Fund -We will be collecting funds in support of the Robb School Memorial Fund. 100% of proceeds will go to support the families affected by the tragedy and will be donated directly to the First State Bank of Uvalde under Texas 4-H Program’s name
  2. Brazos Valley Food Bank – Even though you may not have signed up to help with the Tuesday Community Service event, you can still participate. We are wanting to collect some of their Most Needed Food Donation items and deliver them to the BVFB on Tuesday. The specific requested items are
  • Canned Fruit Packed in light syrup or juice
  • Natural Applesauce
  • Canned Vegetables in Low Sodium
  • Canned Tomato and Tomato Sauce in Low Sodium
  • Canned Protein (chicken and tuna) packed in water
  • Canned Soup/Stew with Meat and/or Beans in low sodium
  • Beans, canned or dry (bagged)
  • Whole Grain Pasta (all varieties)
  • Brown Rice

Deliver to Reed Arena on Monday, June 6 by 5:00pm so they can be taken with the community service group on Tuesday. We will have labeled boxes by registration that they can drop your donations in. 

  1. No-Slip Socks – Texas 4-H Council will be hosting a Come-and-go Community Service Activity on Wednesday and Thursday from 10 am – 3 pm. This will be held in the Memorial Student Center (MSC) 2401.  Materials provided, just stop by and help make socks to be donated to local nursing homes in the Bryan - College Station  area.


Everyone will need to purchase a parking permit for the week if you will be attending events on campus. Those who do not have a proper permit risk a parking ticket which can be up to $50. 

Here is the map to the parking. The lots in gold are designated parking areas for Roundup events. 

You will need your license plate information when you purchase your pass.


Headquarters this year will be at Reed Arena. We encourage our participants to park in the North Entrance parking lot of Reed Arena and enter the building at the sidewalk that will be lined with Texas 4-H Flags. 

**Contestants - This year you will need to pick up wrist bands at Reed Arena. They will not be handed out at the contest locations as they were last year. 

Registration packets will be picked up at Reed Arena during operation hours. Wristbands are required at the event to identify both adults and youth. This is for the safety and security of our event so we can identify those who are a part of Texas 4-H Roundup – LEAD Academy. The wristbands will also serve as your meal ticket for those participating in the LEAD Academy workshop series. 

Onsite Registration is also available for those that did not pre-register through 4HOnline. Onsite Registration is $15/day or $45/week. Cash and credit card payments only. No checks will be accepted. 

Monday, June 6            Noon – 5 pm (Registration packet pickup available until 7 pm)

Tuesday, June 7            7 am – 5 pm

Wednesday, June 8      7 am – 5 pm

Thursday, June 9          7 am – 6 pm

**On Monday we will keep the Registration packet pick up are open until 7 pm for those needing to pick up before Tuesday’s contests.  However, you will only be able to purchase wristbands until 5pm that day. Tuesday and Wednesday it will close at 5 pm because we have our assembly events offsite and need to be out of Reed Arena by 5 pm those days so plan accordingly for the next day contests. 


The Texas 4-H Program would like to recognize our Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholars each night during the evening Assemblies. Those able to join us, please see the details below regarding the event locations each evening. We ask that scholars check in with Winner Lineup at 7:00 pm (no later than 7:15 pm) each evening. Scholars will be recognized as a collective group on stage. Banquets are set to be completed by 6:30 pm therefore it should give enough time for Scholars to join us at the evening assembly locations. 


Credentials for Youth and Adults are required. Those that did not pre-register through 4HOnline can purchase passes at the Onsite Registration during operation hours.

This year we will be hosting our Assemblies at 3 locations, similar to what we did for 2021, with the exception of Thursday’s assembly will be at Reed Arena.


**If you did not pre-register for the Monday Kickoff event through 4HOnline, you can purchase a $15 Monday pass onsite. You can participate in the events on Monday, but DOES NOT INCLUDE MEAL)**

2:30 – 5:00 pm – College Career Fair

5:30 – 7:00 pm – Drum CafĂ© Kick-Off Event

7:00 – 7:30 pm – Dinner (pre-registration for Kick-Off event required)

7:30 – 9:00 pm – At-Large Delegate Presentations (Will be live streamed)

TUESDAY, JUNE 7 - DOWNTOWN BRYAN (26th Street between Parker and Bryan)

Come early and shop and eat Downtown Bryan. 

7:30 - 8:30: Assembly at 26th Street Stage area

  • Winner & Scholar lineup begins at 7 pm. Meet at the front steps of the St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Look for 4-H Faculty holding color signs for each Contest or says Scholars
  • Limited tables and chair will be available. Bring bag chairs
  • Will be live streamed as well

8:30 - 10:00: DJ’d Street dance by MoBetta DJ’s


6:30 pm: Food trucks available onsite for meal needs. The trucks will be parked at the lower level of the Amphitheater area this year making it more convenient to the Assembly area. They will remain open through the Assembly. Some may remain open through the dance as well depending on foot traffic. Expected Food Truck Vendors : JLM Chicken & Waffle, Big Dawg BBQ LLC, BCS Kona Ice, & Mas Fajitas

7:30 - 8:30: Assembly at the Amphitheater area

  • Winner & Scholar lineup begins at 7 pm. Look for 4-H Faculty holding color signs for each Contest or says Scholars along the sidewalk area.
  • Lawn seating / standing. Recommend bag chairs/blankets
  • Will be live streamed as well

8:30 – 10:00 : Dj’d Music and activities with our friends MoBetta DJ's

THURSDAY, JUNE 9  - REED ARENA – Closing Assembly

7:30 – 8:30 pm : Assembly at Reed Arena 

  • Winner & Scholar lineup begins at 7 pm. Look for 4-H Faculty holding color signs for each Contest or says Scholars along the sidewalk area.
  • No assigned seating. Districts wishing to claim an area in the stands, can do so after 5 pm on Thursday. Map of Reed Arena will be posted on our event page at by June 3.

9:00 – 10:30 pm : Kody West Concert and Dance

  • Pre-ordered pizza available for pickup


DO WE HAVE A DEAL FOR YOU!!! - Pizza and Kody West Performance  

Concessions will not be available at Reed Arena that evening, but we have been able to arrange the opportunity to pre-sell pizzas for that night. You must pre-order by Thursday, June 2nd at 11:59 pm.


Order today at

2 slices of pizza, cookie and water = $10 plus tax

You will have the option of cheese or pepperoni

Unfortunately we will not be able to accommodate any special dietary restrictions


A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Texas Association of Extension 4-H Youth Development Professionals (TAE4-HYDP) Scholarship Fund. 


Those that purchase a meal deal will need to pick up their pizza meal tickets on Thursday at the registration area between 7am - 6pm. ***They will not be available for pickup except on Thursday, June 9th***



Contestants should receive direct emails from your contest superintendents regarding contest specifics. Please pay close attention to the details as many contests have staggering start times due to heats. The overall schedule that is posted may not include specific details related to start times for those contests.


Contestants will need to check-in and check-out at their contest. Each superintendent will handle this procedure a bit differently. At most, there will be a QR code that needs to be scanned when the contest is over. We know contestants are asked not to have their phones with them during a contest, therefore the adult volunteer picking them up can help with this sign out process. This helps us to keep track of the youth here are the event. 

Contest take place a various location around Bryan/College Station. Be sure to review information provided by the Contest Superintendent regarding the event location. We are also working on denoting location information on the Texas 4-H App and the Google Doc Schedule. Location information will be on the last page of the document later this week. 



Many of our contest have sponsors that help offset the cost of awards, facility rental, and other expenses. Please review the 2022 Sponsor list on the Texas 4-H Roundup webpage and take the time to write thank you notes to sponsors of your specific contest. We will have a red can near the Registration area where you can drop off the Thank You notes when you pick up your packet. As noted, In lieu of THANK YOU notes to the Texas 4-H Youth Development Program, please take the time to THANK your Parents/Guardians, County Agents, Coaches and others that have helped to provide you with the development skills and knowledge to achieve this goal of competing at the state level!!!



Texas A&M University is looking forward to welcoming 4-H to Aggieland this June! The Appelt Aggieland Visitor Center will offer a daily 2:00 pm tour for 4-H students and their families during the week of 4-H Round Up. On this 90 minute student-led campus walking tour, you will learn more about the history and traditions of Texas A&M University and experience the historic heart of our campus. We can’t wait to show you why Texas A&M is where you belong! 

Use this link to register for the tour date that works for youSPACE IS LIMITED. Please contact us at or 979.845.5851 with questions. 


T-SHIRT PICKUP PROCESS – Pre-ordered. No onsite purchases

All registered CONTEST PARTICIPANTS are receiving a complimentary Texas 4-H Roundup t-shirt (if ordered during their registration). Those who purchased a t-shirt will also pick up at Reed Arena. T-shirts must be picked up during Registration hours at the Reed Arena Concourse area. NO SHIPPING. Those who purchased a t-shirt will also pick up at Reed Arena. Should any t-shirts remain after the event, we will offer another sale through Marketplace after Roundup.



All Contestants of Texas 4-H Roundup should have received a “I Am Competing in Texas 4-H Banner”. 100 contestants were randomly selected and received a “I Am Competing at Texas 4-H Roundup” banner which had a special sticker on them denoting them as the winner of a Texas 4-H Bag chair. Those chairs will be picked up at Reed Arena. Any chairs not claimed, WILL NOT be mailed. If you did not receive a banner, and you would like one, we will have extras available at the event. Those that registered after May 13th may not have received one due to late registration and timing for mailing the banners.



We encourage you to download the Texas 4-H App for schedule  information.  If unable to download the app, please print a paper schedule for your records. 

NOTE: Last minute changes may occur during the event. We will post those updates through the APP and do our best to share through other forms of communication such as Social Media.




If you have additional questions, not addressed in the above information, please feel free to contact the Jana Barrett at 979-321-5287 or


See you June 6 – 9, 2022 in College Station!!


Friday, February 4, 2022

2022 Roundup Hotel Room Block

 2022 Roundup Hotel Room Block

1150 University Dr. E, l College Station
Booking Code: S4H
Rate: $95
Cutoff: 5/22/2022 

Baymont Inn & Suites
2611 Harvey Road | College Station
Booking Code: 2022 State 4-H Roundup                                                                     
Rate: $85
Cutoff: 5/10/2022
Best Western Premier Old Town Center
1920 Austin's Colony Pkwy l Bryan
Booking Code: Texas 4-H 2021
Rate: $96
Cutoff: 5/26/2022

Calvary Court
200 Century Court l College Station, TX
Booking Code : 2022 State 4-H Roundup
Rate: $109 King, $119 Double
Cutoff : 5/152022
Group Code for online : 2S4R342

Candlewood Suites
3021 Plaza Centre Court | Bryan, Tx
Booking Code: 2022 State 4-H Roundup
Rate: $116
Cutoff: 5/06/2022
Embassy Suites by Hilton
201 University Drive East l College Station
Booking Code: SR5
Rate: Kings: $109, Doubles: $119
Cutoff: 5/19/2022

Hampton Inn
320 South Texas Avenue I College Station
Booking Code: T4H
Rate: $94
Cutoff: 5/20/2022

Hawthorn Suites
1010 University Drive E. |  College Station
Booking Code: 2022 State  4-H Roundup
Rate: $99
Cutoff: 5/15/2022

Hilton Garden Inn
3081 University Drive | Bryan
Booking Code: 2022 State 4-H Roundup
Rate : 2 Queen, $96
Cutoff: 5/7/2022
Holiday Inn Express & Suites—College Station
1203 University Dr E | College Station
(979) 846-8700
Booking Code : S4H
Rate: $104 King, $114 Double, $116 King  w/ pullout
Cutoff : 5/19/2022
Booking Link:

Holiday Inn Express & Suites—Bryan
3041 Plaza Centre Court | Bryan
Booking Code : FHR
Rate: $89 King, $89 Double
Cutoff : 5/13/2022
Booking Link: Booking Link 
Hyatt Place
1100 University Drive, E  l  College Station
Booking Code: 2022 State 4-H Roundup
Rate: $104
Cutoff: 5/15/2022

LaQuinta Inn & Suites
1195 Earl Rudder Fwy North l  College Station
(979) 704-5570
Booking Code: Texas 4-H Roundup
Rate: Double: $114, Kings: $104
Cutoff: 5/22/202
La Quinta Inn & Suites
1838 Graham Rd | College Station, Tx
979-704-6100 Booking Code: 2022 State 4-H Roundup
Rate: Doubles: $112
Cutoff: 5/05/2022

Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham
1820 Ponderosa Dr  l  College Station
(979) 202-4770
Booking Code: 2022 State 4-H Roundup
Rate: $96
Cutoff: 5/08/2022
The George
180 Century Court  l  College Station
(979) 485-5638
Booking Code: 2022 State 4H Roundup
Rate: $119 Double   $109 King
Cutoff: 5/15/2022
Group Code : 2S4R328
StayBridge Suites
1405 University Drive East | College Station
Booking Code: S4H
Rate: King: $128, Double $136
Cutoff: 5/05/2022
Wyndham Garden
2829 Texas Ave South | College Station
Booking Code: Texas 4-H
Rate: $98
Cutoff: 5/16/2022