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Wood County Roundup
County Roundup is just around the corner! What is County Roundup? Roundup is a public speaking/visual presentation competition for 4-H members at the county level. You can demonstrate how to do something, give a speech, or do a PowerPoint presentation about your 4-H project area or a topic of interest to you! Blue ribbon winners have the opportunity to record their visual presentation to be sent to Morgantown for State Competition and a chance to bring home the GOLD!
First-year 4-H members and Cloverbuds may sign up to recite the pledge or creed to gain public speaking experience. There will also be a Cookie Bakeoff at the April 2 Roundup.
Download the 4-H Clover Guide Today!
Download this guide for information on completed projects, community service, county 4-H awards, the 4-H calendar, and more! This Clover Guide is your guide to Wood County 4-H!
State 4-H Camp Registration is Now Open
For OMC, Alpha I and Alpha II:
Register before this Sunday, March 17 at midnight to get $100 off your registration fee!
For STEM and AgriSTEM Camps:
Register ASAP! These will fill up very quickly, as each camp is limited to only 24 participants.
Woodcuts 4-H Newsletter
Junior Livestock Fair Schedule 2019
6 a.m. - Begin Livestock Check-In (Livestock Barns)
Wood County 4-H Horse Camp Awards 2019
Junior Livestock Update for the WV Interstate Fair
Please plan ahead to have your animals to the fairgrounds on time.
All animals will be checked in on Sunday, July 14, from 6 a.m. – 3 p.m.
except rabbits and poultry. NO EXCEPTIONS! All animals, including horses, must
be checked in by 3 p.m.
Browse Woodcuts—Wood County 4-H Newsletter
- Aug811:00 AM - 6:00 PMWVU at the State Fair of West Virginia