The Wood County 4-H Campground will hold its Annual Ox Roast as a Drive-thru fundraiser on Saturday, October 3, 2020 from 4 - 8 pm. The cost of the meal is $12, and will consist of pit roast beef, baked potato, slaw, green beans, roll, and cookies. To keep everyone safe - volunteers will social distance and wear masks, and we ask that customers remain in their cars and also wear masks while taking orders. The meals will be delivered to your car window!
Wood County 4-H Woodcuts
Wood County 4-H Camps went virtual this summer due to COVID-19. Campers were given a "Camp Fun Box" full of 4-H Swag, camp class supplies, a t-shirt designed by 4-H'er Mallory Marks that claimed, "We Still Bleed Green in Quarantine!" and some DIY STEM kits.
Thanks to the support of United Way Alliance of the Mid-Ohio Valley and generous donations from 4-H Clubs and individuals, we were able to provide campers with all camp supplies and items at no charge.
Wood County 4-H members showcased project work virtually this year. Members work all year on their projects, and then typically compete at the county fair. Due to COVID-19 and the cancellation of fairs and festivals, Wood County 4-H members exhibited their projects in a virtual showcase!
A total of 94 virtual project exhibits were showcased in several categories. The 4-H program 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.