It's Fair Entry Time again! Each member actively enrolled in the 4-H Program will have to access the Fair Entry System and select ALL the exhibits (includes both 4-H Building AND animal projects) they are bringing to the fair. This system works hand-in-hand with 4HOnline (the web-based enrollment system).
Check out this article for all the information you need for the 2018 Monroe County Fair! You will find the exhibit requirements and schedules for entry in both Open Class and the 4-H Program.
Generation Found-Screening, A Conversation on Youth Addiction
May is Mental Health Month
It's time to discuss the "elephant in the community" and that is our kids are dying every day from substance abuse. More than 90% of people with a substance problem began smoking, drinking or using other drugs before age 18.
Indiana Extension Homemakers Association, founded in 1913, continues to build on its rich heritage by working to strengthen Indiana homes and families. Membership is open to all regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, handicap, or national origin.
It is the mission of the Indiana Extension Homemakers Association to strengthen families through continuing education, leadership development and volunteer community support.
The 2018 4-H Project Requirement Book is your one-stop resource for most questions related to the 4-H exhibition at the fair.The 4-H Requirement Project Book lists all projects, including animals, and their rules, exhibiting and judging, activities, awards, and contact information.The handbook also contains the 4-H schedule of project entries and day-to-day events and activities.
The Monroe County 4-H Newsletter is a great resource for 4-H members, families and volunteers. It is packed with information and resources to educate, inform and motivate 4-H members and families.
Monroe County 4-H Adult Volunteer Handbook