Last Wednesday and Thursday Clermont County 4-H completed their General Project judging. Our judges saw 235 projects from our 4-H members. Projects this year were very creative and presented in unique ways. This year we were also able to offer a virtual judging option for those that could not compete in person. We were very lucky to have 24 fantastic judges and many volunteers to help us complete judging for this year. Be on the lookout for these amazing projects displayed at our 2021 Clermont County Fair. Thank you to all of our judges and volunteers for making judging this year possible. Congratulations to all the Clermont County 4-H members who have completed 2021 4-H project judging.
This program will help 4-H members who are completing project 621 Ohio Birds or be a beginning for any youth wanting to learn about the birds they may see in their back yard. It will cover attracting and feeding birds, ways to view birds and record sightings along spots to see new birds along the Lake Erie Birding Trail.
This presentation will assist with a plan your own learning activity or the Leadership/Citizenship activity of inviting a speaker to your 4-H club.
Are you a 4-H member interested in learning more about sewing?
Join the Zoom clinic series presented by 4-H Master Clothing Educator volunteers from across the state. You will expand your sewing knowledge and learn skills to help you with your projects.
Attend all of the sessions or just the ones that interest you.
April 29, 7-8 pm: Picking Patterns, taking measurements, and selecting fabric and notions
May 5, 7-8 pm: Laying out your pattern, how to pin, how to use shears and grainline May 18, 7-8 pm: Seam finishes and directional sewing tips
June 9, 2021 & June 15, 7-8 pm: Zippers, closures and hems
Register at: http://go.osu.edu/sewing2021
You will receive an email with a Zoom link one day prior to each session.
It’s time to register and place your market chicken orders for the 2021 Clermont County Fair! Those planning to exhibit market chickens must complete the online registration (in addition to signing up for the project on 4-H Online) by April 3. Please visit clermo.fairmanager.com to register.
Chickens are $20/10 chickens, and registrations will not be complete until payment has been received. Payment (cash or check) should be mailed to Clermont Co. Junior Fair at P.O Box 22, Felicity, Ohio, 45120. Please make checks payable to Clermont Co. Junior Fair.
Save the Date: Chicken Pick-up will be Wednesday, May 26.
Please contact Christine Fetters at email@example.com or 513-543-4366 with questions.
There are more than 200 projects in the Ohio 4-H Family Guide, You can find your spark in everything from archery to computers, genealogy to money management, pigs to weather.
Enroll in Clermont County 4-H TODAY!!!
Clermont County has nearly forty 4-H clubs, specializing in home economics, leadership, shooting sports and animal science. Through individual and group projects, 4-H instills integrity, service, leadership and personal growth in youth.
To be a 4-H member, a child must be age 8 and in the third grade. For younger children (age 5 and in Kindergarten), Clermont County offers a program called 4-H Cloverbuds. Cloverbuds participate in non-competitive activities exploring a variety of fun, hands on interest areas. Accommodations can be made for youth with disabilities through our Winning 4-H Plan.
To learn more about 4-H or to find a club in your area and advisor contact information, please visit our website, or contact Kelly Royalty, 4-H Youth Development Educator, at 513-732-7070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Perfect Stay-at-Home Projects are back! From “Horseless Horse” to “Explore the Outdoors” to “Science Fun with Kitchen Chemistry” and nine more project books you can print, there’s something for all 4-H members. And, your Cloverbud will love selected activities from “The Big Book of Cloverbud Activities.” find them all at https://ohio4h.org/stayathomeprojects
Clermont County 4-H families, be on the lookout for your 2021 4-H Family Guide. It will be mailed directly to your home later this month.
- Fairbooks are available: OSU Extension, Ag Society Office and area businesses
- Please make sure each 4-H/FFA family has one
- Read the schedule and rules
- Ask questions now, don’t wait until last minute. OSU Extension, Senior/Junior Fair and 4-H Volunteers will gladly help answer your question.
Clarifications & Corrections noted from June 20, 2018 Junior Fairboard Meeting
|Sunday, July 15||1:30pm – 4pm||Skill-a-thon (Livestock – Multi-purpose and Blue Ribbon; Nutrition and Clothing – 4-H Hall)|
|Wednesday, July 18||4pm – until??||Junior Fairboard work event|
|Thursday, July 19||5pm – 9pm||Jr. Fairboard Office open for DUNF forms; MUST be turned in before crossing scales|
|Friday, July 20||5pm – 10pm||Jr. Fairboard Office open for DUNF forms; MUST be turned in before crossing scales|
|Friday, July 20||6pm – 8pm||Non-market goats arrive (pygmy, dairy, meat breeding, pack/harness)|
|Friday, July 20||6pm – 11pm||Beef cattle, non-milking dairy cattle, market goats and lambs arrive and weigh-in|
|Saturday, July 21||7am – 9am||Market chickens and market turkeys arrive|
|Saturday, July 21||9am – 11am||Exhibition (fancy) poultry arrive|
|Saturday, July 21||11am – 1pm||Exhibition, breeding and meat pen rabbits arrive|
|Saturday, July 21||1pm – 2pm||4-H Style Review|
|Saturday, July 21||2pm – 4pm||4-H Winners Circle|
|Saturday, July 21||5pm – 10pm||Jr. Fairboard Office open for DUNF forms; MUST be turned in before crossing scales|
|Saturday, July 21||6pm – 11pm||Hogs arrive and weigh-in|
|Sunday, July 22||10am||Horses begin arriving|
|Monday July, 23||7am||Horses must be in place|
|Wednesday, July 25||9am||Dairy Goat Show|