Date: Friday, June 10
Time: 10:00 – 11:30 am
Clinic Topics: Place Settings, My Plate Plan & Portions, Ingredient Measuring, Food Safety, Handwashing, Preparing for County 4-H Project Judging, Ohio State Fair Expectations, Prepare a Sample Recipe
Location: OSU Extension Office, 2nd Floor Training Room, 1115 Gilman Ave, Marietta
Who: All members taking the 4-H Food & Nutrition Projects or interested in food projects are invited.
Questions: Call the Extension Office at 740-376-7431
What to Bring: 4-H Food & Nutrition Project Book
Instructor: Megan Zwick, OSU Extension Program Assistant, Family & Consumer Sciences
Date: Saturday, June 18
Beginners: 9:00 – 11:00 am
Intermediates: 12:00 – 2:00 pm
Location: Civitan Building on the Washington County Fairgrounds (located behind the Roller Rink)
Who: All members taking the 4-H Cake Decorating Project or interested in cake decorating are invited.
Questions: Call the Extension Office at 740-376-7431
What to Bring: 4-H Cake Project Book, Cake Decorating Supplies, bags, tips, couplers, spatulas. Also bring a cake – one layer, either round or sheet cake.
Instructors: Sloane & Melina Matics
What is Ohio 4-H Capital Day?
This one-day event will give current high school students (Current Grades 9-12) an opportunity to will join discussions covering current issues youth face, learn about advocacy, gain an understanding of the legislative process, and have the opportunity to meet with individuals involved with State Government.
Flyer: Ohio 4-H Day at the Capital
When is Ohio 4-H Capital Day?
Join us in Columbus, our state capital, on Wednesday, June 15! Programming will begin at 9:00 AM and the day will conclude by 5:00 PM.
What is included in registration?
The day will include programming hosted at the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center, followed by a visit to the Ohio Statehouse, including a tour! Transportation for students will be provided from the 4-H Center to the Statehouse and back. Lunch will be provided to all attendees.
How can I register?
Registration is open through June 6! The cost is $10.00 to attend, which can be paid via credit card or by check – see these details in the online registration. Visit go.osu.edu/4Hcapital to get signed up!
Who can I reach for questions?
Contact Kayla Oberstadt, 4-H Older Youth Leadership Specialist at 614-292-3758 or Oberstadt.email@example.com.
Washington County 4-H is excited to announce the return of a traditional summer camping experience. We are planning to host camps for youth Kindergarten thru ninth grade. OSU Extension will be offering five camps this year, including two single day camps, one camp that is one overnight, and two multi-day overnight camps. Four of the camps will be held at Camp Hervida near Waterford and one camp will be held at the Washington County Fairgrounds. Please see below for the dates and camp specific information.
- Junior Camp at Hervida: grades 3-6, June 27-July 1
- Cloverbud Camp at Hervida: ages 5-8, July 5
- Beginner Camp at Hervida: 2nd grade- 10 years old, July 6-7
- Senior Camp at Hervida: Grades 6-9, July 17-21
- Day Camp at County Fairgrounds: grades K-9, July 22
Registration costs will cover lodging, meals, daily canteen, evening snack, class and program supplies for the campers. The camp staff and camp counselors are looking forward to a fun and exciting 4-H camping season! Camp t-shirts will be available at additional cost.
For more information about the 4-H camping program or enrollment, please contact the Washington County Ohio State University Extension office at (740) 376-7431, or download a registration form from https://go.osu.edu/hervida
ATTENTION ALL HORSE MEMBERS!! Our horse paperwork deadline is quickly approaching on June 1, 2022. Members will need to turn in their horse declaration form, Immunization form, stall reservation for County Fair, Lease agreements, and PAS forms for those participating. The Saddle Horse Committee and Athens County Horse Advisors have partnered together to offer a PAS show on Saturday June 4, 2022 and we will conclude with a Fun show following the PAS events/classes. The PAS show is the state qualifying event for horse members to be eligible to compete at the Ohio State Fair. This event will be held at the Washington County Fair located at 922 Front Street Marietta Ohio. Horse members in Washington and Athens County will not be charged a fee for PAS classes, however all other out of county participants must pre-register with a $10 fee per class by May 27th. The Fun show will immediately follow the PAS event and all participants must be 4-H / FFA members of 4-H project age and follow all 4-H Uniform Horse Rules. Fun Show classes are $2 per class with a fee of $10 max for the day. Participants will register at the event approximately 1 hour before the show. PAS Fun Show
The last Educational Equine Session is scheduled for June 25th from 9am to noon at the Washington County Fair, any horse member planning to exhibit at fair must attend one Equine Session to be eligible to show. For questions please call OSU Extension 740-376-7431.
By June 1, 2022 all hogs project members must take a picture of tag in hog’s ear and send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org Must include name of exhibitor with their hog tag number. Sample Photo: Submit 1 or 2 photos showing the tag number in the pig’s ear and showing the color & markings in the other photo. If the pig is one solid color then only one photo is needed.
Pictures must be submitted by ALL exhibitors, regardless of who tagged them or where purchased.
If you want to share a pen with someone or have a pen request other than a sibling, notify Chris Campbell by June 15 (740-984-4646)
Required Tag-in for Market Lambs, Market Goats, Dairy Feeder Steers will be Saturday, June 4 from 8—10:00 am at the Washington County Fairgrounds. Watch for road signs to indicate lineup locations.
All Market Goats & Market Lambs must have a Scrapie Tag in the ear by the June 4 tag-in. The Scrapie Tag should be put in by the breeder or where you purchased your animals.
Blue Breed Verification Cards Required for Dairy Feeder Steers – due June 4 – must be signed by dairy farmer where purchased in Ohio and include the ODA Producer number. Cards are available from the OSU Extension Office, your advisor or printed here: Dairy Feeder Breed Verification Blue Card 2022
Castration must be done by tag-in. The Fair Vet – Dr Lowe will be checking animals during tag-in.
Ohio State Fair 2022 Livestock Schedule: July 11 – August 7, 2022
Livestock Schedules: https://www.ohiostatefair.com/p/get-involved/livestock/livestock-schedule
The deadline to enter livestock exhibitions is 1 p.m. on June 21, 2022, with the exception of the Horse Show, which closes at 1 p.m. on July 1, 2022.
Livestock Competitions: https://www.ohiostatefair.com/p/get-involved/livestock/livestock-competitions
Exhibitor Information and Supplemental Forms
All below documents will be updated by mid-May.
- 4-H Project Enrollment for showing animals at the Ohio State Fair
- Exhibitor Information
- Health Regulations
- Livestock Tampering
- Outstanding Breeding Exhibitor
- Outstanding Market Exhibitor
- Record Book Contest
- Rules, Regulations & Exhibitor Information
- All exhibitors who win more than $499 in premiums must use this link to visit the new Supplier website to complete appropriate forms. In the past, exhibitors were required to submit Vendor Information Forms and W-9 forms; this is the new process. If not completed, your premium payment cannot be processed.)
In-Person & Virtual Ohio Youth Skillathons
Tim McDermott, DVM Franklin County ANR Educator will be hosting a webinar and discussing backyard flocks and 4-H Poultry projects as well as the biosecurity measures to keep your flocks safe. The webinar will be hosted Tuesday May 31, 2022 at 6:30pm. 2022 Poultry Biosecurity Program PDF 2