Cloverbud Interview Night – July 19

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

There will be no pre-registration. Registration will take place the night of the event beginning at 5:45 p.m. 

Cloverbuds should come at their club’s assigned time, listed below.  If unable to come at the assigned time, please sign-in as early as possible, but note that this may increase wait time.

6:00 p.m. – Club Names A-E

6:30 p.m. – Club Names F-J

7:00 p.m. – Club Names K-T

7:30 p.m. – Club Names U-Z

Cloverbuds are invited to bring an item to share with a member of Junior Leaders. This will be a one-on-one show and tell opportunity for Cloverbuds to practice interview skills.

Sample Items:

  • Poster display, scrapbook, etc. on a topic of interest to the Cloverbud
  • Collection (baseball cards, toys, etc.)
  • Other item they love!

Each participant will receive a small reward!

Please encourage Cloverbuds to come, as the Junior Leaders are very excited to host this event!

Still Project Judging Results

Congratulations to our State 4-H Judging Selected Representatives and County Winners!
*Please note that we are still awaiting information from the State 4-H Office on State 4-H Judging. Notification e-mails with more details will be sent directly to those selected soon.

2021 State 4-H Judging Selected Representatives

First Name Last Name Project
Ella Allen Wired for Power
Hayden Batross Outdoor Adventurer: Beginning Fishing
Libbee Baughman Let’s Bake Quick Breads, Junior
Koby Bradley 2nd year or more Scrapbooking, Junior
Kylie Bradley Basic Archery
Dilyn Brown Sports Nutrition Ready Set Go!, Junior
Peyton Brown Get Started In Art, Senior
Braylie Burkey Making the Cut, Junior-Unit 2
Braylie Burkey Makeover My Space– Junior
Aleigha Busse Finding Your Voice:  Public Speaking, Jr.
Isayah Curtis Focus on Photography, Level 1
Justin Dady Pocket Pets (ages 13-18)
William Dearing Grow Your Own Vegetables
Addison Derry Demonstrations & Illustrated Talks
Addison Derry Insect Adventures, Level 2
Alyssa Derry Demonstrations & Illustrated Talks
Kade Fliger The Global Gourmet
Skyler Gillard Welding
Sydney Hall Let’s Bake Quick Breads, Senior
Amber Heil Yeast Breads on the Rise
Amber Heil Racing the Clock to Awesome Meals, Senior
Karston Hina All About Dogs Interviews (ages 8-10)
Addison Hlad Makeover My Space – Senior
Alexander Hogue Science Fun With Physics
Megan Hogue Measuring Up, Junior-Unit 1
Evan James Measuring Up, Junior-Unit 1
Claire King From Airedales to Zebras (Vet Science 1)
Justin Knoll First Aid in Action – Junior
Nathanael Leasure Insect Adventures, Level 1
Alyssia Madden Ohio Birds, 2nd Year
Lyla Mahan Grill Master, Junior
Natalie Mallett Family History Treasure Hunt (3rd Yr and Beyond)
Ayden Matthews Science Fun With Kitchen Chemistry
Eli McDonald Making the Cut, Junior-Unit 2
Regan Meiser Cake Decorating, Beginner, Senior
Kemya Monlux Take a Break for Breakfast, Junior
Brieanna Moore Self Determined Project, Senior
Eliza Jane Morrow Loungewear, Senior
Eliza Jane Morrow The Laundry Project
Gwendolyn Morton Everyday Food and Fitness, Junior
Abby Myers Nailing It Together, Senior-Unit 3
Colleen Piccone Finding Your Voice:  Public Speaking, Sr.
Emily Rexroad Pet Rabbits (ages 11-13)
Callee Rupe Party Planner:  A 4-H Guide, Junior
Olivia Rusnak Ohio Birds, 1st Year
Cole Schilling Woodworking Master
Landen Schuhart Crank It Up
Leah Schuhart Grill Master, Senior
Allison Scurlock Scrapbooking, Junior
Spencer Shook Fishing for the Intermediate
Karson Shrigley Get Started In Art, Junior
Caleb Silvia Photography Master
Daylin Smith Star Spangled Food, Senior
Lyla Snell It’s My Home
Lyla Snell Beekeeping, Junior
Bradley Sowers Self Determined Project, Junior
Tomi Starcher Scrapbooking, Senior
Kylie Stockdale Pet Rabbits (ages 8-10)
Atticus Stoehr Let’s Start Cooking, Junior
Lael Swingle How Does Your Garden Grow?
Dawson Tracy You & Your Dog Interviews (ages 8-10)
Wyatt Tysinger Finishing Up-Unit 4
Hayden Weck Cat 1 (ages 11-13)
Hayden Weck Club Leadership
Hayden Weck All Systems Go! (Vet Science 2)
Hayden Weck Racing the Clock to Awesome Meals, Junior
Delaney Woodard Star Spangled Foods, Junior
Rosalee Young Cat 1 (ages 8-10)

2021 County Awards

(Projects are not State Judging Eligible)

First Name Last Name Project
Bronc Burkey Becoming Money Wise
Emerson Coffey Horseless Horse
Caiden Hogue Tractor 3rd Year
Kinleigh Krause Bicycling for Fun: Level 1
Nathanael Leasure Tractor 1st Year
Ava LoVallo ATV Safety
Eli McDonald Tractor 2nd Year
Alice Pitcock The Writer in You
Hayden Weck Companion Goat
Ella Whittaker 4-H PetPALS

Horse Vaccine Clinic – July 21

Horse Vaccine Clinic, open to all 4-H horse projects

July 21, 6-8 p.m.

Muskingum County Fairgrounds, near Horse Arena

RSVP with how many horses by July 20 to Jayme, 740-252-7190

5-way (required for fair) and exam – $45

West Nile (optional) – $30

Rabies (optional) – $15

Shots will be administered by a local veterinarian.

New Concord John Glenn Parade Opportunity

The John Glenn Centennial Celebration Committee is inviting local clubs to participate in The Friendship 7 Parade Saturday, July 17. The parade is part of the July 16-18 weekend of events to commemorate Glenn’s 100th birthday. Cars/trucks, floats, horses, and marching/walking units are welcome. Registration is free. The Cambridge parade begins at 11 a.m. and the New Concord parade begins at noon. Participants can participate in one or both parades. Contact the Cambridge/Guernsey County Visitors & Convention Bureau with questions and/or to submit your parade form, The entry form is located at More information about the event is at

Livestock Skillathon Reminders – July 14

Livestock Skillathon is Wednesday, July 14 at the Veteran’s Building at the Muskingum County Fairgrounds. Please refer to the 2021 Muskingum County 4-H Owner’s Manual for the following information:

  • Project Completion Guidelines, Page 5
  • Livestock Skillathon Judging Schedule by Club, Page 7
  • Livestock Skillathon Requirements, Page 15-16

COVID-19 Notes from Ohio 4-H Planning Guide for In-Person Meetings & Events:

  • Social distancing is encouraged.
  • Face masks are strongly recommended for those who are not yet fully vaccinated.
  • Individuals and/or family members may not attend if they or anyone living their household is experiencing any of the following symptoms: fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of sense of taste or smell, or has been directly exposed (confirmed or suspected) to COVID-19 if they are not fully vaccinated. COVID-19 vaccinations are our best current protection against infection and a fatal outcome. Fully vaccinated individuals are not required to wear a face mask; however we strongly recommend eligible, but unvaccinated individuals to continue to properly wear a face mask when social distancing cannot be maintained.

What Happens Next in 4-H: July Monthly Highlights

Important Links:

2021 4-H Calendar

2021 Muskingum County 4-H Owner’s Manual


Independence Day – Extension Office Closed – July 5

Our office will be closed July 5 in observance of Independence Day!

4-H Committee Meeting – July 6, 6 p.m.

The 4-H Committee will meet at 6 p.m. in the Rural Services Building Meeting Room.

Ohio State Fair Junior Horse Show Entry Deadline – July 7

Exhibitors who qualify for the Ohio State Fair Junior Horse Show can submit their entries online at  A non-refundable $50.00 stall fee is due with the entry and payable online. The entries must be submitted no later than 1:00pm on Wednesday, July 7, 2021.

Still Project Judging – July 7, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

More information: Still Project Judging Reminders

Livestock Skillathon – July 14, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

More information: Livestock Skillathon Reminders

Junior Fair Market Rabbit Registration – July 15, 6-8 p.m.

Market Rabbit Registration is scheduled for July 15 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Rabbit Barn at the fairgrounds. There is no paperwork for youth to complete and bring with them to registration. Exhibitors will be responsible for completing the online entry process using the appropriate tattoos by July 20. Back-up rabbits must be tattooed and registered by the deadline. For entry help:

  • Note: Exhibitors entering a Pen of Three Fryers will add all animals to the same entry – the entry form will require 6 market rabbits to be entered. If you have less than six rabbits to register, add additional rabbits with a tattoo of 0.

Members must have registered a breeding rabbit by the June 15 deadline to be eligible. All market rabbits must attend must attend Market Rabbit Registration on July 15 to be tattooed and registered, no exceptions! Back-up rabbits must be tattooed and registered by the deadline.

Cloverbud Interview Night – July 19, 6-8 p.m.

More information: Cloverbud Interview Night – July 19

Junior Fair Feeder Calf Entry & Market Rabbit Deadline – July 20

All 4-H and FFA youth must complete livestock entries in order to be eligible to exhibit at the Muskingum County Fair.

Junior Fair Booth and Parade Entry Deadline – July 20

More information: Junior Fair Booth and Parade Entry Form Now Available

Junior Fair Livestock Committees – July 22

Livestock Committees will meet at designated times at the Veteran’s Building at the Muskingum County Fairgrounds.

Junior Fair Board Meeting – July 26, 5 p.m.

Junior Fair Board will meet with Senior Fair Board at the Veteran’s Building at the Fairgrounds, followed by their monthly meeting.

Incomplete Member & Volunteer Form Due – July 31

The organizational volunteer from each club will receive an individualized link via e-mail to submit this information. All clubs must submit this form in order to receive the pre-fair packet, even if it is just to indicate that no members and volunteers are incomplete. Pre-fair packets are available August 1.