This is your place to connect to our entire collection of Ohio 4-H project books for the year. Each project book contains information and activities for members to explore as an organized group project or at home under the guidance of a parent or interested adult. When choosing a project, consider your interests, background, what is necessary to start the project, and the resources available to help you complete it.
Ohio residents can order project books and other publications described in the Family Guide through local county Ohio State University Extension offices. Out-of-state residents or Ohio residents who want to buy online can go directly to extensionpublications.osu.edu.
View the flipbook here:
Gold Medal Awards are used to recognize members who have shown outstanding effort, personal growth, an increase of knowledge and skill and outstanding achievement in their category!
Any 4-H Advisor or Jr. Fair Committee Member may initiate the nomination for a Gold Medal Award. It is preferred that the candidate is not related to the nominator.
All nominated projects must have been completed based on specific project requirements, example: Grade Day, Skill-a-thon and Judging. All Life Skills Project Nominations MUST have been evaluated at the County Grade Day in order to be eligible for the Gold Medal Award.
Please mail, email, or drop off gold medal nominations to our office by September 27th!
You can email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If dropping off, you can use our drop box to the right of our main door or come during office hours to hand in (Monday, Wednesday and Thursdays 9am-12, and 1pm-4pm).
If mailing, our address is: OSU Extension, Portage County, 705 Oakwood St #103, Ravenna, OH 44266.
Advisors and volunteers: please help us recognize our amazing Portage County 4-H youth!
Hiking and Sustainability is part of the SAVE (Sustainable Action through Video Engagement) video series.
This video series focuses on helping people live more sustainably within their homes and communities and promote simple everyday actions people can take to conserve.
Watch the video here:
Fair Office Hours can be found in the fair book on page 2: https://randolphfair.com/uploads/forms/2021/2021-Fair-Book-11-Web.pdf
DUNF – Market Livestock Animal Exhibitors
Drug Use Notification Form (DUNF) will be completed online again for 2021! We will send that link out the week before Fair. DUNF forms are required for all exhibitors in order to show at fair. Link will be available at weigh-in during fair if not completed beforehand (Example: small animals receive tag # at weigh-in so will not be able to complete until you have the tag #).
Attention Advisors and Committee Members: Club Packet Pick-up
New dates this year for packet pick-up! This includes 4-H packet information with certificates and pins, committee and advisor fair badges, and wrist bands for youth.
August 22nd from 12-2pm at the fair main office
August 23rd from 10am-12pm at the fair main office
Individuals must be 14-18 as of January 1 of the year of application to apply for council member, committee member, committee chair, and officer positions. Junior Advisor applicants must be 18-20 years old (as of January 1) when they apply.
For more information, click the link below: