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 the 2017 Fairfield County 4-H Endowment “Awareness” Breakfast, Sunday, October 8th in the Ed Sands/Farm Bureau Building located at the North Side of the Fairgrounds racetrack. You’ll not only enjoy breakfast, but you’ll also have a “Flipping Good Time” with Katies Pancakes. The Breakfast begins at 8 am and will continue thru 11:00 am. This annual donation event is geared to be a morning of fellowship and friendship for our 4-H members, their families, our volunteers and anyone else who would like to join us for breakfast.
Traditionally, this breakfast has served as the “Kick-Off” to the start of a very busy Fair week for our youth who have entered over 1,350 projects in the 2017 Fair. Yes, our County Fair truly is the last, largest and greatest fair in the State!!
After breakfast we invite you to stay and visit the AGmazing Agri-Center Building featuring all of the local FFA Chapters and take the opportunity to participate in the 4-H Commodity Challenge activity with our 4-H members. Make time to visit the barns, talk with the youth and learn more about their project work.
We also invite you to mark your calendars now for our only major fund raising event . . . the 4-H Endowment Legacy Dinner slated for Thursday, June 14, 2018 in the Miller Farm Shop near Pleasantville, Ohio.
We hope you will find time to enjoy a morning with us at the 2017 4-H Endowment Awareness Breakfast, Sunday, October 8 at the Fairfield County Fairgrounds. Everyone’s welcome, reservations are not needed, and the breakfast is by donation only!