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1 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION 4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. 4-H Calendar July 1 Due: Ohio State Fair Dog Show & Dog Poster Contest Entries 1 Cloverbud Camp at Piedmont 4 Holiday, Office Closed 5-9 State 4-H Leadership Camp 9 Animal Showing Clinics - 9 am, Fairgrounds 11 Shooting Sports Club Judging - 6 pm at Coulson Building 11 Market Fryers & Market Ducks must be in member s care 12 4-H Special Interest Project Judging at Coulson Building 12 Sale Committee - 7 pm 14 Horse Safety Training - 6 pm 14 Saddle Horse Committee - 6 pm 13 CARTEENS, 6 pm 20 Junior Fairboard - 7 pm 22 DUE: Jr. Fair Royalty Applications 23 Horse Clinic - 10 am Grizzle Ridge Arena 25 Market Rabbits must be tattooed and in member s care 25 Rabbit tattooing & poultry pullorum testing at fairgrounds - 6 pm 26 4-H Livestock Project Judging at Swiss Hills 27 Ohio State Fair (July 27-Aug. 7) August 2 4-H Committee - 6 pm 5 4-H Club Grade Sheets, Book Bills, Community Service Apps. Due 9 Royalty Interviews 9 Sale Committee - 7 pm 11 Food Safety Training - 6-7:30 pm 12 4-H Barn Cleaning Night, 6 pm - all animal exhibitors welcome 12 Club Fair Packets Ready 15 JRFB Work Night & Meeting - 6 pm 22 Monroe County Fair Begins 23 Jr Fair Committee, 8 am 24 Jr Fair Committee, 8 am 25 Jr Fair Committee 8 am 27 4-H Booth Tear Down, 9 am noon 27 Saddle Horse Meeting & Pizza Party, noon Monroe County 4-H News The 4-H Youth Livestock Program is the largest animal science project area enabling youth to develop their interest in beef cattle, sheep, dairy, goats, swine, poultry and rabbits through their 4-H projects. Youth learn about selection, care, and feeding of livestock, animal health, and importance of good record keeping. Emphasis for these projects continues to be focused on life skill development. The goal of the Ohio 4-H Animal Science Program is to develop and foster life skills through positive interactions with others; to teach scientific principles of Animal Science to young people and to increase the awareness of animal industry issues among youth. Animal clinics sponsored by OSU Extension give youth and adults the opportunity to build upon skills in their respective project area. Participants learn in a fun environment about various topics such as nutrition, health, reproduction, and grooming and showing skills. I hope our 4-H youth, parents and advisors will take full advantage of learning more about raising and showing a livestock project by attending our July 9 clinics at the Monroe County Fairgrounds. We can always learn something new or pick up a new trick of the trade. Don t forget our motto: To Make the Best Better. So ask yourself, What am I doing this year to improve my project knowledge and skills as a 4-H member? Sincerely, Cheryl Goodrich Extension Educator 4-H Youth Development July 2016 Issue

2 Members must attend Special Interest Project Judging to have their project scored so they can be eligible to purchase a Junior Fair pass. At judging, members will be interviewed by a judge who will look at the project and ask questions about things the member has learned. The judge will score the project as Superior, Excellent, or Good. State Fair Qualifiers and Alternates and Award Winners will be selected from members attending Judging Day, not from those attending make-up judging. Posters for judging should be no larger than a ½ sheet of poster board. The time that your project will be judged is included in this July 4-H Express Newsletter. *Make-up Judging* To attend Make-up Judging members must submit a written letter of request explaining why make-up judging is needed. All letters are due Tuesday, July 5 to the Extension Office. The 4-H Committee will review letters for approval or disapproval. *State Fair Qualification* Projects in your 4-H Member Handbook marked with an asterisk(*) are eligible to go to the state fair. If a project is eligible for State Fair, qualifiers and alternates will be selected from 4-H members receiving Superior ratings. State Fair qualifiers and alternates will be chosen from members attending Special Interest Project Judging Day, not from those attending make-up judging. *Project Awards* For each Special Interest Project judged on Tuesday, July 12 at the Coulson Building, a maximum of two awards may be given: Outstanding of the Day and Honorable Mention. Outstanding of the Day winners will be selected from projects receiving a Superior rating. Award winners will be recognized with rosettes. 4-H members must participate in Animal Project Judging or make-up judging to be eligible to exhibit an animal at the Monroe County Fair and to purchase a Junior Fair Pass. The schedule for project judging is printed in the July 4-H Express Newsletter. *What Do I Take?* Special Interest Project Judging - Tuesday, July 12 Monroe County Fairgrounds - Animal Project Interviews & Skillathon Judging - Tuesday, July 26 - Swiss Hills 1. Completed project record book - signed by your advisor!!! *Skillathons* Specific skillathon activities are listed on the following pages and you can download study sheets from the website at If you do not have internet access, you can also pick up skillathon study sheets at the Extension Office prior to judging day. *Interview* After you have completed the skillathon, you will be interviewed by a judge who will ask questions relating to your project. Possible topics for questions include: Nutrition & Feeding, General Knowledge, Management & Health, Selection, Showing & Fitting, and Record Keeping. During the interview, your project book will be reviewed for completion of learning activities, required records and questions. Your book will be returned to you before you leave. *Scoring* Your total project score will be calculated from the following: skillathon (25 points), interview (50 points), project book (15 points), and appropriate dress/appearance (10 points). This combined score will determine the overall rating of Superior ( points), Excellent (80-89 points), or Good (79 points or below). Receiving a judging score of 64 points or less will cause the project to be scored as Incomplete. Members who receive a score of Incomplete will be required to correct their issues and come to Make-up Judging (or another judging appointment) in order to receive a passing score. Members who do not come to the second judging or receive a passing score will not be eligible to exhibit at the fair or receive a fair pass. *Project Awards* Skillathon Award- Each 4-H member who receives a perfect score on their skillathon activities will receive a Skillathon Award and will be recognized with a rosette. Outstanding Project Knowledge Award- Any member who receives a perfect overall judging score will receive an Outstanding Project Knowledge Award and will be recognized with a plaque during the Monroe County Fair. If no member in a particular species receives a perfect score, the member with the highest score in that project will receive the Outstanding Project Knowledge Award. *Make-up Judging* To attend Make-up Judging, members must submit a written letter of request explaining why make-up judging is needed. All letters are due by Tuesday, July 5 to the Extension Office. The 4-H Committee will review letters for approval or disapproval. Members attending make-up judging will be required to bring their completed project book, complete paper/pencil skillathon activities, and be interviewed by a member of the 4-H Committee. 4-H Express 2 July 2016

3 Suggested Agenda Items for Your 4-H Club Highlight items from the county 4-H newsletter Plan club visits to see project animals Review project judging requirements, such as special interest project interviews and animal skillathons Explain how to make a poster for project judging (size, topic, colors, etc.) Encourage members to print skillathon study sheets from website. Practice skillathons at a club meeting Invite a trip award winner to talk about their camp at a club meeting Setup a booth committee to make plans for your club booth at the fair Order club t-shirts for 4-H members & advisors Plan to attend the Food Safety Workshop in August. Each club must have one trained adult. Attend the: College & Career Night September 26, :00 Swiss Hills Career Center Woodsfield SAVE THE DATE: September 26, 2016 More than 30 Colleges Invited Prize Drawings Tailgate Party with Free Food Financial Aid Information College Credit Plus Information ACT Information For Adults, Parent & Students (7th - 12th) For More Information, Call County-wide Community Service Projects The 4-H Committee recently announced two county-wide community service projects for 4-H clubs. Aluminum pop tab collection for Ronald McDonald House Christmas in July collection of items to be distributed at local nursing homes How Does the MC Junior Fair Livestock Sale Committee Promote the Sale? Pre-sale advertising in local newspapers Radio advertising Personal contacts to buyers and potential buyers Sale brochure Letter and sale information to past buyers (includes admission for two) For 2016 the Sale Committee will once again run a full-page ad in the Beacon and Sentinel following the sale. The ad will list all buyers and the exhibitors names that participated in the sale. 4-H Express 3 July 2016

4 Horse Vaccination Reminder All junior fair horses must be given a 4-5 way vaccination at least 30 days prior to the fair. A receipt must be shown at the fair during check-in. Monroe County Fairbooks & Schedules Fairbooks will be available in a few weeks. The Senior Fairboard would like to remind everyone of the Open Class Registrations. The registrations for animals, horses, camping and crafts are included in the fairbooks. Grade Sheets & Fair Tickets Grade sheets will be mailed to the head advisor of each 4-H Club and Cloverbud group. Grade sheets are due Friday, August 5 th to the Extension Office. After the grade sheets are turned in, the Junior Fair wristbands needed for members and advisors will be given out. 4-H Booth Decorating Tips Choose a theme for your booth Highlight the accomplishments of your members (use pictures with projects) Promote the activities of your club (community service, fundraisers, trips, speakers, etc) Inform viewers about 4-H and how to join or get involved 3K Walk for Cancer Gas Cards The Buckeye Kids 4-H Club is sponsoring a 3K walk to be held Friday, July 22 at 7 p.m. at the Woodsfield Church of Christ. All proceeds will benefit Cancer Gas Cards, Inc. They provide gas cards to local cancer patients who are traveling several times a week for cancer treatment. We would like to invite all 4-H and Cloverbud Clubs to come and walk with us. We ask for a donation for a registration fee. This will be a fun walk with no competition and no prizes. We encourage you to bring 4-H and Cloverbud members, family and friends. We would love to have you wear your club t-shirts so everyone can see what clubs are represented. If you have any questions call Shana Hartley or Shari Zimmer Open Jackpot Meat Goat Show Saturday, July 16, 2016 Noble County Fairgrounds - Caldwell, OH Showmanship Classes will begin at 11:00 and will be followed by Breed & Market classes. Goats can begin arriving on Friday, July 15 after 6:00 p.m. All market goats will be weighed. For more information you can contact Nancy Snook (740) ; Sarah Reed (740) or Konny Pickenpaugh (740) Fliers are available at the office. 4-H Express 4 State Fair Assistance for 4-H Members Do you need financial assistance to help with state fair expenses? The 4-H Endowment Committee will be able to assist eight (8) members with $25 each. Members selected for state fair participation will indicate their need on the state fair response form that is due July 22 nd to the Extension Office. Other members attending the state fair (livestock, horse) should call or at the Extension Office by July 22 nd and ask to be considered for the state fair assistance. If there are more than eight (8) eligible applicants received by the deadline, all the eligible names will be placed in a hat and eight (8) names will be drawn to receive the assistance. The $25 reimbursement will be made after members attend the state fair and show proof of attendance. (i.e. state fair participation ribbon). Ohio State Fair 4-H Cloverbud Camp Wednesday, July a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Cardinal Shelter on Ohio State Fairgrounds Registration material is available at the Extension Office. Each 4-H Cloverbud can only attend one session of camp. The fee is $20 per Cloverbud. Activities will include games, learning activities, crafts and lunch. You will also receive a camp t-shirt. Cloverbud Show and Tell Friday, August 26 at 1:00 Rabbit & Poultry Barn Members should bring one item they made during a 4-H Cloverbud Club meeting or camp activity. They will share the item and describe how it was made. Everyone will receive participation prizes. 4-H Cloverbud Graduation Friday, August 26 following Show and Tell in the Rabbit & Poultry Barn. Members that have completed the 2 nd grade and their last year in the Cloverbud program will be graduated and advanced to the 4-H Club Program. 4-H Cloverbud Barn Tours Friday, August 26 at 2:00 Entertainment Pavilion Come explore the animal barns and learn what is involved in taking a 4-H animal project. Experts will be on hand to talk about their projects and answer questions. Each Cloverbud member must be accompanied by an adult. July 2016

5 4-H Saddle Horse Update June & July Clinics at Grizzle Ridge July 23 10:00 a.m. The 4-H Saddle Horse Committee will provide a minimum of two clinics prior to the fair. Members must attend at least one clinic to be eligible to exhibit in the Monroe County Jr Fair Horse Show. 4-H Saddle Horse Committee The next meeting is Thursday, July 14 at 7:00 p.m. in the Extension Office. All horse members and advisors are invited to attend the meeting and each horse club has designated voting members. Horse Safety & Ethics Training required for first-time horse members This is required for first year saddle horse members! The youth and parent/guardian must view two videos and sign the horse safety booklet. One booklet per family is needed and costs $5. This is a REQUIRED class and the last class will be offered on July 14 at 6 p.m. in the Extension Office. Animal Skillathon Study Sheets Animal skillathon requirements for the July 26th judging are listed in your green 4-H Handbook. If the requirements call for study sheets to help you prepare, they are now posted online at: Woodworking Skillathon Study Sheets The study sheets for the woodworking skillathon are available in your green 4-H Handbook. These require you to make a small wood item, so you might want to practice before judging. You will be making this item at judging too! Can You Help at Project Judging During July? If you would like to volunteer and help a few hours at Special Interest Project Judging on Tuesday, July 12 or Animal Project Skillathons on Tuesday, July 26 please complete the enclosed response form. You can also Cheryl at Food Training Class for 4-H Lunchstand Workers A new OSU Extension Food Service/Preparation Policy requires individuals providing leadership to the onsite preparation and service of food (food for sale or to be given away) are required to complete training prior to engaging in food preparation. To satisfy the policy each club will need one trained adult on-hand in the lunchstand during your club s shift. Therefore each club will need to select one or more adults, which can be a parent or advisor, to attend the Food Service/Preparation Training. Clubs are encouraged to have more than one person trained in case your club provides food service at other events or fundraisers. Training is good for 3 years. This years session will be on Thursday, August 11 th from 6:00-7:30 pm at the OSU Extension Office. Fair Animal Check-in Change for 2016 On the recommendation of the Monroe County Fair veterinarian, Dr. Mary Edge, there will be a change to the procedure for unloading animals at the fair this year. Members will no longer be required to have animals checked by the vet prior to unloading. Exhibitors may unload animals directly into the barns between the hours of 12 noon- 10 pm on Sunday, August 21 or between 7 am- 9 am on Monday, August 22. All animals must be in place by 9 am on Monday. Vet checks will be done at Dr. Edge s convenience and exhibitors will be notified if there are any health issues. CCC 4-H Club Beautification Project A big thank you goes to the Cross County Classics 4-H club for their recent work on the flower bed outside the Extension Office. The club removed old overgrown shrubs, added new greenery and lava rock, and placed a beautiful new sandstone with the 4-H logo and motto. Nice job CCC members! 4-H Rabbit Tattooing Do you need your market rabbits tattooed? If so, then bring them out to the Coulson Building on Monday, July 25th and we will take care of it for you. 4-H Express 5 July 2016

6 We had four great days of camping experience. Special thanks go to our great counselors for 2016; Brittany Modra, Kayla Sexton, Heidi Tomlin, Cody Ward, Casey Hill, Kari Jones, Aleisha Yontz, Bailey Thompson, Cheyenne Wagner, Tyler Zimmer, Zac Jones, Jason Weckbacher, Marissa Ruble, Alyssa Steed, Dulcie Christman, Cody Logston, Cole McLaughlin, Tatyanna Rieck, Tanner Brown, Kaleigh Marley, Owen Hartshorn, Maria Morrow and Zady Postle. Thank you to all volunteers, counselors and parents for helping making this a camp the kids will remember. Tribal Placings: (1) Skippers (2) Castaways (3) Sailors (4) Beach Boys (5) Landlubbers 1. All Monroe County 4-H Clubs must decorate a booth. 2. Clubs are assigned booth sizes according to club enrollment, number of special interest projects and project size needs H ers must exhibit their special interest projects to receive project premiums. Members with animal projects can be recognized by exhibiting pictures, posters or project books. 4. Booths dimensions are determined by floor size, like 4 x 4, 4 x 8, 4 x 12. The backs are 6 tall. The sides of booth in the middle of the building are 5 tall in the rear and taper to 3 in the front. The booths around the wall of the building are 6 tall in the rear and taper to 5 in the front. 4-H Booth Guidelines 5. Booths will be decorated Friday and Saturday (before the fair) from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 6. A general Cloverbud booth will be provided for Cloverbud Clubs to exhibit member items. 7. For safety reasons electricity or electrical lights are not permitted in the booths. 8. Booth space must be used as constructed. All decorations must be contained inside of the booth and not extended beyond the walls of the booth. 9. Netting will be provided to cover the booth. 10. Booths will be judged on Monday of the fair and judges will utilize the Monroe County 4-H Booth Score Sheet. 11. Booths will be placed Two additional awards will be presented for Best Display of 4-H Values and Best Member Recognition. 12. Each club will receive a $5.00 premium for decorating a booth. A premium of $7.50 will be awarded to booths placing Booth premiums must be picked up from the Sr. Fairboard Office during the fair. 13. Booths must be torn down Saturday (last day of fair) from 9 to 12 noon 14. All staples, nails, tape, etc must be removed by the club when the booth is torn down. 4-H Express 6 July 2016

7 4-H Lunchstand Update Water & Pop donations Check the list below to see what you will need to donate. The 4-H Committee is asking each 4-H Family to donate a 24 pack of drinks for fair week. Below is the list Last names A C: bring 24 pack of Aquafina water (16.9 oz. bottle) Last names D E: bring 24 pack of Mist Twist Last names F - G: bring 24 pack of Diet Pepsi Last names H K: bring 24 pack of Mt. Dew Last name L : bring 24 pack of Diet (Diet Mist Twist, Diet Dr. Pepper, Diet Mountain Dew) Last name M: bring 24 pack of Aquafina water (16.9 oz. bottle) Last names N R: bring 24 pack of Dr. Pepper Last names S Z: bring 24 pack of Pepsi Barn Decorating Update Clubs are encouraged to continue decorating pens and stalls in the fair barns even though the decorating contest has been discontinued. As your club plans decorations keep in mind: 1. Decorations must be out of reach of any animals 2. No decorative lights will be permitted Junior Fair Royalty Applications **Applications are available at the Extension Office or at and are due July 22 nd ** 1. Contestants for King and Queen must be between the ages of 14 and 19 as of January 1 of current year. Prince and princess contestants must be between ages of 10 and 13 as of January 1 of current year. 2. The contestant must be a member of at least one of the organizations represented by the Junior Fair: 4-H, FFA, FHA, Grange, Farm Bureau, Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts. 3. Entrants must complete an application obtained from the Monroe County Extension Office. Applications are due in the OSU Extension office by 4:30 p.m., July 22, Late applications Will Not Be Accepted!! 4. Applicants must have an advisor complete the recommendation form; include name of advisor completing application form and phone number. 5. Interviews will be held on August 9, Girls should wear a dress at the time of the interview and boys should wear dress pants and dress shirt. 6. Crowning ceremonies will be held following the Junior Fair Parade on Monday of the fair. 7. The King, Queen, Prince, and Princess responsibilities: *be present at a reasonable number of Junior Fair shows and activities *Represent the Junior Fair to their best ability. ALWAYS. *Dress appropriately for all activities *Attend the Junior Fair Livestock Sales on Thursday for pictures *Represent the Monroe County Junior Fair at community events 8. The first runner-up winners for King, Queen, Prince, and Princess will: *Assist the Royalty Court during shows and events, helping to award ribbon, trophies, plaques when needed. 9. The King, Queen, Prince and Princess should maintain the dress and poise of their positions during the entire time of the fair. If attire is not maintained as requested by the dress code, the Royalty All Royalty Candidates must participate in the Junior Fair Parade at 6:30 pm on Monday, August 22. Each candidate will be responsible for arranging their own vehicle for the parade. Royalty contest results will be announced during the ceremonies following the Junior Fair Parade. committee may ask the participants to change outfits. Providing the queen is between 16 and 19 years of age by January 1 of the following year, she will be eligible to enter the Ohio Fairs Queen Contest held during January in Columbus 10. Previous winners of Queen, King, Princess or Prince are ineligible to run again for the same position. 11. Successful Prince/Princess candidates are ineligible to run for King/Queen the calendar year following their election as Prince/ Princess. This ruling does not apply to Prince/Princess runner-ups. 4-H Express 7 July 2016

8 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Animal Showing Clinics Saturday, July 9 9:00 a.m. Monroe County Fairgrounds Beef (Show Barn) Sheep (Steer Barn) Goats (Lamb & Goat Barn) Come and attend a hands-on clinic and practice showmanship with the animals! Each animal clinic will begin at 9:00 and include: Showmanship tips County fair preparation Grooming help Question and Answer Door prizes!! Hogs (Show Barn) Members & parents invited to attend! Poultry (Rabbit & Poultry Barn) Rabbits (Rabbit & Poultry Barn) Sutherland Valley Western Shop will have their tack trailer open at 8:30 a.m. (show equipment for all species, clothes, grooming supplies) monroe.osu.edu CFAES provides research and related educational programs to clientele on a nondiscriminatory basis. For more information: go.osu.edu/cfaesdiversity.

9 4-H Project Judging Schedule Tuesday, July 12, 2016 Monroe County Fairgrounds Entertainment Pavilion Henri Coulson Building Arts & Crafts Building Judging for: Dogs Judging for: Foods Clothing Miscellaneous Cake Decorating Photography Writing/Art Judging for: Scrapbooking Guns/Archery/Fishing Science Misc. EMS Shelter Woodworking Skillathon & Judging Limited Seating Limited Seating **You will register in the building where your judging is taking place** Food & Nutrition- Coulson Bldg. 459 Let s Start Cooking 9: You re the Chef 10: Grill Master 10: Star Spangled Foods 11: Snack Attack 11: Fast Break for Breakfast 11:45 1 Quilting/Clothing- Coulson Bldg. 498 Quilting the Best Better 9: You Can Quilt 9: Accessories for Teens 9: Creative Costumes 9: Sew Fun 9: Fun with Clothes 10: Sew for Others 10: Tops for Tweens 10: Outerwear for Anywhere 10: M Sewing & Textiles Master 10:50 1 Miscellaneous- Coulson Bldg. 244 Vet 1, From Airedales to Zebras 9: All Systems Go! Level 2 9: Horseless Horse 9: The Cavy Project 9: Cat I- Purrfect Pals 9: Pet Rabbit Project 9: You re the Athlete 9: Staying Healthy 9: Keeping Fit 9: First Aid in Action 10: Babysitting 10: Skateboarding 10: Hedgehogs 10: One on One 10: Finding Your Voice 10: Am I Ready for Work? 10: Laundry 10: On the Road to Financial Success 10: My Favorite Things 11: CARTEENS 11: Play the Role 11: How Does Your Garden Grow? 11: Vegetable Gardening I 11:25 6 Project Judging Results will be posted on the OSU Extension website by 10:00 am on July 13.

10 Cake Decorating - Coulson Bldg. 492 Cake Decorating 20 Last names A-J 9:00 Last names K-M 10:00 Last names S Z 11:00 Photography - Coulson Bldg. 584 Focus on Photography I 9: Controlling the Image 2 10:10 1 Writing/Art- Coulson Bldg. 588 Creative Writing 10: Getting Started in Art 11:00 7 Scrapbooking - Arts & Crafts Bldg. 497 Scrapbooking 19 Last names A-M 9:00 Last names N-S 10:00 Last names T-Z 11:00 NOTE: There will not be a concession stand at Special Interest Judging this year. Science Miscellaneous- Arts & Crafts Bldg. 501 Rockets Away 9: Robotics 2: Ev3n More 9: Bicycling for Fun 9: Wheels in Motion 9: Magic of Electricity 9: Rope 9: Arcs & Sparks 10: Beekeeping 10: Explore the Outdoors 10: Ohio Birds 10: Safe Use of Guns 10: Basic Archery 10: Fishing for Beginners 11: Fishing for Intermediates 11:40 5 Woodworking- EMS Shelter 556 Measuring Up 9: Making the Cut 9: Nailing it Together 10:20 1 Dogs- Entertainment Pavilion 201D You & Your Dog 9: O Dog Obedience 9: S Dog Showmanship 10:20 1 SPECIAL NOTE FOR 4-H MEMBERS -Judging is required in order to receive a Junior Fair Pass. -Make-up Judging- if you are unable to attend judging, you must submit a written letter to the Extension Office by July5. The 4-H Committee will review letters for approval. -What to Bring- completed project book and any items listed under your project in the green Monroe County 4-H Handbook.

11 4-H ANIMAL PROJECT JUDGING SCHEDULE Swiss Hills Career Center Tuesday, July 26, 2016 BEEF SKILLATHON & INTERVIEW 5:00 p.m. last names A-B 5:30 p.m. last names Ch - Cr 6:00 p.m. last names D - Ham 6:30 p.m. last names Hart - Hug 7:00 p.m. last names K-McL 7:30 p.m. last names Mi - Sh 8:00 p.m. last names Sm - Wag 8:30 p.m. last names War -Z RABBIT SKILLATHON & INTERVIEW 5:00 p.m. last names A - Bra 5:30 p.m. last names Bre - G 6:00 p.m. last names H - Kn 6:30 p.m. last names Ku - Mod 7:00 p.m. last names Moo - Pa 7:30 p.m. last names Ph - S 8:00 p.m. last names T - Wec 8:30 p.m. last names Wer - Y SWINE SKILLATHON & INTERVIEW 5:00 p.m. last names A - Bl 5:30 p.m. last names Bu - C 6:00 p.m. last names E Harriman, Cole 6:30 p.m. last names Harriman, Kal - Has 7:00 p.m. last names Hill - Huff 7:30 p.m. last names Hug - L 8:00 p.m. last names P -Roh 8:30 p.m. last names Ros - Z LAMB SKILLATHON & INTERVIEW 6:00 p.m. last names A - Go 6:30 p.m. last names Gr - H 7:00 p.m. last names I P 7:30 p.m. last names S - Y DAIRY FEEDER SKILLATHON & INTERVIEW 5:30 p.m. last names B - De 6:00 p.m. last names Di - M 6:30 p.m. last names P Sm 7:00 p.m. last names St Z GOAT SKILLATHON & INTERVIEW 5:00 p.m. last names A - Br 5:30 p.m. last names Bu -C 6:00 p.m. last names D - E 6:30 p.m. last names F - He 7:00 p.m. last names Hi - J 7:30 p.m. last names K - Mea 8:00 p.m. last names Mel - Steed 8:30 p.m last names Steph - Z HORSE SKILLATHON & INTERVIEW 5:00 p.m. last names B - Gal 5:30 p.m. last names Gar - K 6:00 p.m. last names Mc - P 6:30 p.m. last names R - U 7:00 p.m. last names Wec - Wi DAIRY SKILLATHON & INTERVIEW 5:00 p.m. all exhibitors POULTRY SKILLATHON & INTERVIEW 5:00 p.m. last names Ca - Cr 5:30 p.m. last names H - K 6:00 p.m. last names Mc - P 6:30 p.m. last names T - W Your total project score will be calculated from the following: skillathon (25 points), interview (50 points), project book (15 points), and appropriate dress/appearance (10 points). This combined score will determine the overall rating of Superior ( points), Excellent (80-89 points), or Good (79 points or below). A concession stand will be available during project judging.

12 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Adopt-A-Cabin Refurbishment Campaign The 4-H Camp Piedmont Board has a goal of refurbishing all 14 cabins at the camp. The cabins have had new lighting and windows recently installed, but are still in need of many upgrades. Camp Piedmont is asking each of the 8 counties who use the camp to Adopt-A-Cabin. The cost to refurbish a single cabin is $5,000. Refurbishment will include: New roof, walls, floors, ceilings, and doors. Contractors will be doing work under the leadership of the Maintenance Manager, John Gardner. The Monroe County 4-H Committee would like to raise and donate $5,000 for a cabin. The committee is encouraging 4-H clubs to participate by making donations to the Cabin Campaign. If funds collected exceed $5,000, the remaining funds will be used to help fund another cabin. The committee would like to have all donations by August 31 st. The 4-H Committee is challenging each Monroe County 4-H club to raise and donate at least $300 to the cabin campaign. This can be counted as Community Service for those clubs making a donation. Clubs can be creative in terms of fundraising: they may make a contribution from their club treasury, hold a fundraiser with proceeds dedicated to the Cabin Campaign, collect donations, etc. Here are a few suggestions to get you started: Collect pocket change Have a club yard sale Collect and sell aluminum cans Hold a bake sale Set up a smoothie stand Do a bucket brigade Hold a pet wash Sponsor an outdoor movie night Hold an ice cream social Have a pancake breakfast Host a sporting competition Organize a baby/kids item sale Set up a hot dog stand Collect printer cartridges, old cell phones, etc Hold a pie baking contest & auction The possibilities are endless! What will your club do to help with the Cabin Campaign? We can t wait to find out! Make Checks Payable to: Monroe County 4-H Committee, Memo Line: Adopt-A-Cabin Send checks to: OSU Extension Monroe County, 101 N. Main St., Room 17, Woodsfield, OH ohio4h.org CFAES provides research and related educational programs to clientele on a nondiscriminatory basis. For more information: go.osu.edu/cfaesdiversity

13 This workshop is for Occasional Quantity Cooks, the people who occasionally volunteer at events where food is cooked or served to a crowd. Each 4-H club must have one trained adult on-hand in the lunchstand during your club s shift. Topics addressed in the workshop include: Food Safety Background Planning and Purchasing Food for an Event Storing Food Supplies Preparing Food Safely Holding and Serving Cooked Food Handling Leftovers. If you wish to take the training online contact us for instructions. You must receive a score of 70% to access the certificate. Please print the certificate and bring to the Extension Office by August 9, H Clubs Needing Someone to attend in 2016: Buckeye Kids County Liners Riverfront Wranglers Show Pros This training is available online. For more information contact the OSU Extension Office at For more information or to register for this free workshop, contact: OSU Extension, Monroe County 101 N. Main St. RM 17 Woodsfield, OH Phone: (740) Registration is Requested

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15 Yes, I can help with Special Interest Project Judging or Animal Project Skillathons Name: Club: Day Phone: Evening Phone: Tuesday, July Special Interest Project Judging I am available... In the morning (8:30-12:00) I can help... Wherever needed With registration As a judge s secretary With woodworking skillathon Tuesday, July Animal Skillathon Judging I am available... In the evening (4:00-9:00) I can help... Wherever needed With registration As a skillathon secretary With an animal skillathon for beef, dairy, sheep, swine, goats, poultry, rabbits, or horses Parents, Advisors & Teens should return this to the OSU Extension Office, 101 North Main St. Room 17, Woodsfield, OH by: July 5, 2016 All volunteers will be notified of date and time needed

16 OSU Extension, Monroe County 101 N. Main St., Room 17 Woodsfield, OH Non Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Woodsfield, OH Permit No Project and Animal Judging Schedules 2016 Fair Royalty Information 2016 Booth Guideline 4-H Camp Report Adopt-A-Cabin Refurbishment Campaign Fair Animal Check-in Change New Community Service Opportunity - 3K Walk Skillathon Sheets Available Can You Help at Project Judging Flier July Animal Clinics Information Cheryl Goodrich, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development Mark Landefeld, Extension Educator, Agriculture & Natural Resources Mary Jo Westfall, Office Associate, Community Development Jennie Shaw, Office Associate Devon Jones, Summer Assistant This information has been provided for you as a result of a local levy that funds the OSU Extension, Monroe County Office. Your support of the 0.7 mill levy provides funding for the Monroe County Extension Office through December Ohio State University Extension, Monroe County Phone: (740) N. Main Street, RM 17 Courthouse Fax: (740) Woodsfield, OH Like our Facebook page: CFAES provides research and related educational programs to clientele on a nondiscriminatory basis. For more information:

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