2019 Junior Fair Theme

The Junior Fair Board selected the Junior Fair theme at their March meeting.

This year’s theme is: Country Nights and Carnival Lights with Junior Fair.

2019 Poultry Stall Sheet Correction

The 2019 Poultry Stall Sheet given to club volunteers for distribution during book order appointments listed an incorrect requirement for Market Duck exhibition at the fair. The 2019 Muskingum County 4-H Family Handbook also lists the incorrect project requirement for 150DM: Market Duck on page 21.

The corrected stall sheet is now available on our website: Poultry Registration & Stall Sheet

According to 2019 Junior Fair Rule Changes: Market Duck classes – two birds of any gender can be shown in this class. (Previously required to show a pair of male White Pekins, which is what the handbook and previous stall sheet reflect). 

Save the Date! Cloverbud Interview Night, June 19

The Muskingum County 4-H Junior Leaders will be hosting the first-ever Cloverbud Interview Night on June 19 from 6-8 p.m. at the Veteran’s Building on the Fairgrounds.

Cloverbuds are invited to bring an item to share (poster, photos, collection, other fun item) with a member of Junior Leaders. This will be a one-on-one show and tell opportunity for Cloverbuds to practice interview skills. Each participant will receive a small reward.

Stay tuned for registration information!

2019 Registration & Stall Sheet forms now available!

2019 Registration & Stall Sheet forms were given out to volunteers when they came in for book orders, but are also available on our website:

Beef Registration & Stall Sheet | Feeder Calf Registration & Stall Sheet
Dairy Registration & Stall Sheet 
Dog Registration
Goat Registration & Stall Sheet
Horse Registration & Stall Sheet | Horse Lease Information
Llama & Alpaca Registration & Stall Sheet
Poultry Registration & Stall Sheet
Breeding Rabbit Registration & Hutch Sheet | Market Rabbit Registration & Hutch Sheet
Sheep Registration & Stall Sheet
Swine Registration & Stall Sheet

Horse Safety & Ethics Program – Required for members taking horse projects for the first time

All first-time horse project participants are required to participate in the Horse Safety and Ethics Training Program with a parent/guardian before they are permitted to ride a horse at a 4-H activity or event. Both parent/guardian and youth must read 191R Horses, Safety and You prior to attending the program and bring the book with them to the program. Books are available for purchase by club volunteers at the Extension Office for $6. Youth must call the Extension Office to pre-register for a training from the opportunities listed below.

2019 Training Opportunities

April 23; 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Extension Office

May 2; 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Extension Office


2019 Junior Camp Registration Packet Now Available!

It’s a little earlier than we advertised, but the Junior Camp Registration Packet is now available!

We are very excited for A Year in 4-isH Days!

Visit our website for more information about Junior Camp. Volunteers, you will find videos that can be shown at club meetings to help promote camp. If you are interested in having a camp counselor out to a club meeting, please contact me ASAP.


Camper Registration Packet

Download the Camper Registration Packet.

Registrations will be accepted beginning April 29.
4-H Priority Registration – April 29 – May 5 (only 4-H members can register)
Open Registration – May 6 – May 15 (any youth can register)

Junior Camp Registrations are due to the Extension Office by May 15, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. This is not a postmark deadline.

We strongly encourage you to turn in registrations early because they are processed as they are received. High ropes and lamp all have a maximum number who can register. While we don’t wish to turn anyone away, there is a limit to what 4-H Camp Ohio facilities and our camp team can handle. Any registration received after we reach our maximum will be placed on a wait list and contacted if space becomes available.