The ‘Giving Tree’ offers another alternative for folks to give back to 4-H. In this brief video, Sherry Kilbarger explains how money, up to a total of $1000, donated to the Fairfield County 4-H Endowment through the ‘Giving Tree’ will be matched by Ohio State, thus, doubling the value of your donation.
Have you ever wondered why a couple of local businessmen might feel it important to find a way to give back to their 4-H roots? Connie visits with Fairfield County 4-H alums Ron Ruff and Steve Eversole and explores why they take time each year to participate in the activities of the 4-H Endowment Board, and the annual Legacy Dinner and Auction.
The 2019 4-H Endowment Dinner is less than 1 month away!! Please mark your calendar for Thursday, June 13 and plan to join us at the Ed Sands/Farm Bureau Building on the Historic Fairfield County Fairgrounds for our Annual Legacy Dinner & Auction.
Can you believe this will be the 10th Anniversary of Legacy Dinner celebrations that have been held for the benefit the 4-H Youth of Fairfield County? The goal of the Endowment Committee remains to raise funds to permanently endow a position for the Fairfield County 4-H program in Fairfield County. This dinner is the major fundraising event hosted by the Fairfield County 4-H Endowment Board.
We hope you will consider attending the dinner. The cost is $40.00 per ticket or bring a groups of friends and sponsor a table of 8 for $400.00.
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The Fairfield County 4-H Endowment Dinner might be six week’s away, but the Endowment Board is already busy making plans to be sure the 10th Anniversary Celebration is the best one yet.
The Legacy Dinner and Auction is slated for Thursday, June 13 at the historic Fairfield County Fairgrounds in the Ed Sands/Farm Bureau building. We invite you to mark your calendars now and make plans to attend. This is the only fund-raiser hosted by the 4-H Endowment Committee, which is dedicated to ensuring a bright future for Fairfield County’s 4-H Youth Development program.
Regardless if you can attend the June 13 event, if you would like to assist with our efforts, check out the opportunities to help sponsor the dinner and all that is associated with it posted under the Legacy Dinner event tab linked above.
A special thanks goes out to the folks listed below who have already committed their financial and in-kind support to this year’s Fairfield County 4-H Endowment Legacy Dinner & Auction:
- Krile Communications for designing and printing the Legacy Dinner invites (to be in your mailbox very soon!!)
- Beef entrée sponsors: Majors Farm and The Insurance Advisor Group; Taylor Justice and Justin Bachman
- Pork entrée sponsor: Eversole Builders
- Lamb entrée sponsors: Leigh and Toni Miller, Kris and Denny Doyle Club Lambs
- Water and drink station sponsor: Eversole Angus.
Make plans now to join us on June 13 and enjoy an evening of fellowship, while reliving your 4-H memories so that our youth can continue to make their memories!
Dear Friends of the Fairfield County 4-H Endowment . . . mark the date – June 13th – on your calendar for the 2019 Legacy Dinner and Auction.
Join us for the 10th anniversary celebration of the Fairfield County 4-H Endowment Dinner and Auction, held this year in the Ed Sands/Farm Bureau Building on the Fairfield County Fairgrounds. We’re excited about this new location that offers ample parking, no need for portable restrooms, and an opportunity for lots of reflection back on the great traditions of years gone by.
Mark the date – June 13th – and plan to bring a friend and join us to celebrate Fairfield County 4-H.
This past year the Fairfield County 4-H Endowment board has been extremely busy. First, our annual fund raising effort was held in mid-June at the Miller Farm Shop near Pleasantville. With nearly 300 individuals in attendance, we were able to raise over $20,000 for the 4-H Endowment funds. Those funds will ultimately help to sponsor trips, educational events and purchase program supplies for youth currently enrolled in the Fairfield County 4-H program.
Fast forward to Sunday, October 7, 2018 and the 4-H Endowment board gathered again to help kick off the Fairfield County Fair with a pancake flippin’ good time awareness Breakfast. Again, nearly 300 early morning 4-H members, parents and friends enjoyed the donation breakfast. It has become a tradition and a great way to start the Fairfield County Fair.
During the 4-H Panorama, the 4-H Endowment board presented a check for over Continue reading
Make plans now to join us at the 2018 Fairfield County 4-H Endowment “Awareness” Breakfast on Sunday, October 7 at the Fairfield County Fairgrounds in the Ed Sands/Farm Bureau Building located at the North Side of the racetrack. We will have a “Flipping Good Time” with Katies Pancakes.
The Breakfast begins at 8 am and will continue thru 10 am. This annual donation event is geared to be a morning of fellowship and friendship for our 4-H Members, Volunteers and 4-H Families & Alumni.
Traditionally, this breakfast has served as the “Kick-Off” to Continue reading
Make your reservation today, and plan to join us for an evening of fun, food and giving at the 2018 Fairfield County 4-H Legacy Dinner and Auction! This year’s event is being held in the Miller Farm shop on Thursday, June 14, and tickets are now on sale.
The Fairfield County 4-H Youth Development program strives to teach leadership, citizenship and life skills to the 1342 4-H club members who have enrolled in 3197 projects this year. While most young people are participating in traditional 4-H club experiences, children who are not yet 4-H age can participate in a non-competing, activity based curriculum known as the Cloverbud program. Beyond that, nearly 800 additional youth are exposed to 4-H work through school enrichment programs. In addition, the 4-H Youth Development program also offers Continue reading
We’re proud to welcome Fairfield County’s own Adam Sharp to the 2018 Legacy Dinner & Auction. During the evening Adam will share insight into what it’s meant to him to have grown up participating as a local 4-H member. He’ll expand on what it means when he says, “We learn through 4-H how groups can properly organize, operate and are governed, we elect our leaders, we learn to compete respectfully and how to volunteer and help others. All of these skills are needed now more than ever in society and 4-H provides them.”
Today Adam Sharp serves as the Executive Vice President of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, Inc. As executive vice president, Sharp serves as the chief executive of the statewide organization and leads efforts to advance its mission of working together for Ohio farmers to advance agriculture and strengthen our communities.
Sharp has over 20 years of experience developing and implementing farm policy at the state and national levels and has Continue reading