Wood County 4-H and members showcased project work at the WV Interstate Fair and Exposition last week. Members work all year on their projects, and then compete at the county fair. Project exhibits range from sewing to rockets, with hundreds of project areas to choose. The 4-Hprogram teaches life skills like how to sew, cook, and more. Project work in 4-H connects youth to their interests - building skills for future interests and even careers.
Wood County 4-H Woodcuts
6 a.m. - Begin Livestock Check-In (Livestock Barns)
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.