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  1. Calling all 2021 Camp Counselors!

    Jan. 07, 2021

    Being a 4-H Camp Counselor is a great opportunity to practice leadership skills and have fun at the same time. We hope that we will be back at camp this summer and so are going to start the process of planning for camp. Applications are due by January 22, 2021.There are 2 ways to apply (see below). You may also do a combination—for example, complete the paper application and give the link to the reference survey to those completing your reference.

     

    Paper Forms

  2. PREBLE COUNTY JUNIOR FAIR MARKET BEEF PROGRAM

    Nov. 15, 2020

    Information for members wishing to exhibit market beef at the 2021 Preble County Junior Fair is now available.  PLEASE NOTE - THERE ARE CHANGES TO THESE GUIDELINES FROM PREVIOUS YEARS - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY!

     

    2021 Preble County Junior Fair Market Beef Program Guidelines

     

  3. Preble County Junior Fair Livestock Seller/Exhibitor List

    Aug. 01, 2020

    Preble County Junior Fair Livestock Seller/Exhibitor List

    Sale of Champions Sale Bill

  4. Preble County Fair Update - July 29, 2020

    Jul. 29, 2020

    Preble County Fair Update - July 29, 2020

  5. Forms Required for 2020 Preble County Junior Fair Market Animals

    Jul. 28, 2020

    United Producers - Producer Affidavit - To be completed by ALL Preble County Junior Fair Market Livestock Exhibitors - 1 form per exhibitor.

  6. 2020 Preble County Junior Fair Skillathon Results

    Jul. 25, 2020

    2020 Preble County Junior Fair Skillathon Results

  7. 2020 4-H Special Interest Project Judging Results

    Jul. 25, 2020

    2020 4-H Special Interest Project Judging Results

  8. 2020 Preble County Junior Fair Booth Barn Map And Schedule

    Jul. 25, 2020

    2020 Preble County Junior Fair Booth Barn Map

    2020 Preble County Junior Fair Booth Barn Schedule

     

  9. Schedules and Project Judging Information

    Jul. 08, 2020

    Project Judging Information

    Special Interest Judging Schedule

    Clothing Judging

  10. USDA Summer Food Service Program

    Jun. 26, 2020

    The USDA Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was established to fill the gap when children lose access to meals when schools are closed. Most often this occurs during summer vacation. However, during school closures related to the pandemic, meals are also being made available. You have the opportunity to supplement the food you have at home with meals and snacks for your children from local schools and community organizations. In an effort to maintain social distancing, USDA has made temporary changes that allow parents or guardians to pick up meals and take them home for their children.

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