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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.

Help Wood County 4-H Provide Scholarships

Did you know the Wood County 4-H Leaders' Association provides funding for scholarships to local, state, regional, national, and international 4-H events, competitions and camps? Help the Wood County 4-H Leaders'  Association continue to offer this support by sharing the following fund-raisers that directly benefit Wood County and West Virginia 4-H!

  Growing Clovers - Please help us expand and enhance our 4-H programs.