See the 2016 Lawrence County 4-H Handbook for all exhibit requirements and guidelines!
By 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.
Want to know how to be safe while riding your bike this summer? Join us for our Bicycle Safety SPARK Club on Tuesday afternoons in June. Sign up now- space is limited!
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.
Are you ready to start thinking about summer and warmer weather? Think about going on a 4-H trip! 4-H has a trip or activity for everyone. Here you can find more information about them all and a helpful one page sheet with all of the dates and deadlines.
Get Outdoors Day is an outgrowth of the Get Outdoors USA! campaign, which encourages Americans, especially our youth, to seek out healthy, active outdoor lives and embrace our parks, forests, refuges and other public lands and waters.
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.