4-H Honor Court Applications Due June 28

Attention 4-H Teens and Volunteers – 4-H Honor Court Applications are due to the Extension Office on June 28 at 4:30 pm. This opportunity to be recognized for exceptional work in 4-H is open to teens 16-18 years of age as of 1/1/2021. The court will consist of six members who will each receive a $500 scholarship and two “Top 4-H’ers” who will both receive a $750 scholarship. Interview judging will take place in-person at the Extension Office on Monday, July 12 and the court will be announced at a special ceremony live on Facebook before the fair. For more information and the application please visit the Teen Opportunities page on our website. This program is sponsored by the Wood County 4-H Committee and is funded with support from the 4-H Milkshake Barn.
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Virtual Skill-A-Thon Reminder – Register by June 14!

Wood County Junior Fair will use this virtual event as our Skillathon contest. It will not be held in-person in ’21. Everyone must register to participate by June 14th.  Go ahead- register now to participate!

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Sewing Machine Scholarship Opportunity

The Wood County 4-H Sewing Machine Scholarship is once again available in 2021! This opportunity is for 4-H members enrolled in clothing construction and quilting projects. Deadline to apply is July 24th. Applications and more information can be found on the Forms Galore page of our website:
This program is sponsored by The Glass City Quilt Commission and the Clothing and Nutrition Committee.
2020 Recipient – Heather Baden of the Colorful Clovers 4-H Club
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Livestock Entry Information For Fair

Just a quick reminder… ALL ANIMAL Projects must be entered into Fair Entry by JUNE 1st.
Use the link here: and click “Sign in with 4H Online.” This will log you in with your 4H Online email and password that you used to sign your child(ren) up for 4H. Do not create a new account.
If you are having trouble figuring out how to enter projects use this link:… which is a help document to walk you through the whole process.
Make sure you sign up ALL projects for your kid(s) INCLUDING SHOWMANSHIP, before you click submit as we have to approve the entries before you would be able to go back in again and add more.
Should you have any questions feel free to email
If you have already submitted entries you can always log back into your account and see what you have registered. If something is missing and you believe you’ve already entered it please email me. Also, if you have an entry that has been approved already but is missing County Born & Raised bill of sale please email that as well and we will get it uploaded.

4-H Leadership Board

4-H Leadership Board is next week!
4-H Leadership Board is BACK! 4-H Members in the 7th grade or above mark your calendars for Wednesday, May 19. We are planning a “Welcome Back Meeting and Covid Friendly Dance Party” from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Junior Fair Building. Grab your mask and dust off your dancing shoes! The 4-H Staff is excited to get everyone together again!
Information about 4-H Leadership Board:
Interested in building your resume to become a 4-H Camp Counselor, 4-H Ambassador or learning more about County and State 4-H opportunities? The 4-H Leadership Board is where you need to start! This excited and energetic group meets throughout the year and participates in service learning projects, team building, and celebrates the holidays with a special meal and program. All 4-H members who are eligible to join will be notified by email for each meeting.
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Ohio 4-H Cloverbud Cloverbot Challenge

Attention Cloverbuds and Volunteers – In honor of the Mars Rover, this year Cloverbuds will be going to space with the challenge happening on Mars. Cloverbuds will design a place to live on the Red Planet and create a model featuring their method of transportation. The Challenge will take place virtually on Monday, July 12 or Thursday, July 22 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. We will be utilizing breakout rooms in ZOOM so that teams will have the opportunity to share their projects. With help from the Ohio 4-H Foundation, teams can order a kit to get them started. For detailed information visit the Ohio 4-H Cloverbot Challenge page:

Update on 4-H Day Camp

This week it has become clear that we have two “really popular” days for 4-H Day Camp, both on Saturdays (June 5 and 19). So that we can offer the best experience, we are working to schedule everyone on those two days and cancelling the Sunday camps. If you are one of the Sunday campers, you will be receiving a phone call to reschedule. We predict that 200 youth will be attending a Wood County 4-H Day Camp this year!! If you haven’t registered, get your forms in by Monday (preferably for June 19). We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding; it was like hitting a pinata blindfolded.

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