Check out our running list of Open Shows and other activities. This is not a collective list, but they are the ones we have received information about. We will update this as we get information.
By midnight June 20, each 4-H family needs to log into https://lawrencecounty.fairentry.com and register each of the exhibits your child plans to bring to the fair. In 4HOnline, you selected each of the general projects your child planned to complete (example: Foods or Beef), but in FairEntry, you will tell us exactly what classes in which they plan to exhibit. Check out this article for full details.
This is a listing of the 4-H Clubs, leaders and where their meetings are usually located. A 4-H'er may be a member of more than one club.
See the 2018 Lawrence County 4-H Handbook for all exhibit requirements and guidelines!
Quality Assurance (QA) programs are a great way to ensure our youth producers are creating a product we can be proud to consume. Previously, we used the Pork Quality Assurance Program (PQA), but that program is phasing out at the end of 2017. It is replaced by Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA), which addresses quality in many different species. Please read on to get all the information to find the right QA Program for you.
Get all of the details on times and what is required for the May 12 animal tagging/weigh-in/etc.
4-H Camp is going to be "Out of This World"! Get ready for a space adventure at the Area II 4-H Camp. Camp will be held June 1-3, 2018! 4-H members in grades 3-8 are invited to join the courageous space explorers for a fabulous camping experience. Camp will be at Country Lake Retreat Center in Clark County. Check-in is Friday, June 1 from 9-10 a.m. and pick up is at noon on Sunday, June 3.