Sign up to work a shift in the 4-H Outpost during the Clermont County Fair! It takes hundreds of youth, parents and volunteers to help make the Outpost run smoothly all week!. The Outpost is a fundraiser sponsored by the Clermont County 4-H Committee, to support the 4-H program.
The funds raised from the Outpost are used to support state camp and trip scholarships, project awards, and education programs. Every 4-H club is asked to work one shift in the Outpost. Shifts will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Each club must have a minimum of 8 youth working per shift. Youth must be at least 12 years of age, no one under the age of 18 is permitted to work at the grill. A club volunteer or parent is required to be present throughout the shift. Only one club is able to work per shift. When signing up, please use the first and last name of the volunteer overseeing the shift and put the club name in the comments. Working a shift in the 4-H Outpost is a requirement for any club striving to become an Honor Club.