Wayne County 4-H members should turn in their 4-H Projects by Monday, July 9, into the Extension Office in Wayne. Members should bring the exhibit part of the project to the Wayne County Fair on Monday, July 30, between 4 and 7 p.m., to Exhibit Hall at Camden Park. Here is more information to navigate this aspect of the 4-H program year.
- A 4-H Project consists of the project book, the project reflection, a score sheet (all non-livestock projects), a record guides (only livestock, cat and dog projects). These are required by July 9.
- On July 30, the exhibit part of a 4-H Project must be brought to the Wayne County
Fair for judging.
- Submission of a 4-H Project qualifies a 4-H member to receive a free entrance pass to the Wayne County Fair which is held at Camden Park from July 31 - August 4, 2018.
- All blue ribbon projects (with scores of 90 points or higher), qualify for the
State Fair of West Virginia in Fairlea. These 4-H members also qualify for a
free pass into the State Fair of West Virginia.
If you have any questions about your 4-H Project, please contact the Wayne County
email Julie Tritz, 4-H Extension Agent.