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.
Always a flippin good time!
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
Come enjoy a flippin good time!
If you’ve been around Fairfield County very long, you realize the Saturday before the Fair – affectionately known as move-in day – might be the most hectic day exhibitors and their families experience during that week. If you’re one of those who agree and get up the next morning after all the exhibits are settled in and find yourself in need of an opportunity to relax and unwind, be sure to attend the 4-H breakfast!
Please consider this the Fairfield County 4-H Endowment Board’s formal invitation to you to Continue reading
Please save the date of Thursday, June the 22nd when the Grube family will host the 2017 Fairfield County 4-H Endowment Legacy Dinner.
Watch for more detail about how you can be involved . . . coming soon!
If you’ve been involved in the Fairfield County Fair very long, you realize that the Saturday before the Fair – affectionately known as move-in day – might be the most hectic day exhibitors and their families experience during that week. If you’re one of those who agree and get up the next morning after all the exhibits are settled in and find yourself in need of an opportunity to relax and unwind, be sure to attend the 4-H Legacy Breakfast! Continue reading
The 2016 Fairfield County 4-H Endowment Dinner & Auction has come and gone and now that all the expenses have been paid Board treasurer Michael Michael reports we were able to boost our 4-H Endowment fund balance by $22,500.
Many thanks to all those who supported this annual fund raising effort! It could not happen without Continue reading
While we’re still working on finalizing the results of our fund raising efforts from the 2016 Legacy Dinner, here’s what we do know . . . there were 290 meals enjoyed by our friends and the guests of Fairfield County 4-H! To serve Continue reading
We are just days away from the Fairfield County 4-H Endowment Dinner! As you know, this is the ONE and ONLY major fundraiser for the Fairfield County 4-H Endowment and it’s not too late to purchase your tickets for the event. However, since we must have our final ticket count this week in order to prepare plenty of delicious “locally sourced” food for our guests, we ask that you call or email us with your reservations from this point on!! Simply Continue reading
For the first time in 20 plus years, the Fairfield County Fair will have a new manager beginning next year. While we all know the Fairfield County Fair is known as the last and the best fair in Ohio, we don’t often realize our Fairgrounds is a hub for many weekend shows, festivals, reunions and a variety of other activities. With long time Fair Manager Dave Benson having announced his retirement, the Agricultural Society’s Board of Directors has been on a search for a new manager in recent months.
Now, the search is over and the Directors will announce Continue reading
The Fairfield County 4-H Youth Development program strives to teach leadership, citizenship and life skills to approximately 1,500 4-H club members each year. While most of these young people participate in the traditional 4-H club experiences, an additional 1,000 youth are exposed to 4-H work through school enrichment programs. And children who are not yet 4-H age can participate in a non-competing, activity based curriculum known as the Cloverbud program. In addition, the 4-H Youth Development program also creates training and leadership opportunities for more than 280 4-H advisors in our County.
While dollars to support the 4-H Youth Development program are received cooperatively through Federal, State and County funding, several years ago friends and former 4-Hers met to begin what is now known as the Fairfield County 4-H Endowment. The mission of this Endowment and the Continue reading