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Important Dates

2024 Tag-ins, Trainings, Judging Dates and Camp Schedule DOWNLOAD: PDF

2024 4-H Project Book Judging & Interview Information

4-H Project Requirements

2024 Project Completion & Fair Requirements (ALL Projects) DOWNLOAD: PDF

Livestock 4-H Project Book Judging

2024 Livestock Project Book Judging will take place on Friday, June 14th at the Extension Office. 

An interview schedule will be posted at a later date. 

Non-Livestock General 4-H Project Judging

2043 Non-Livestock General 4-H Project Judging will take place on Monday, June 24th at the Extension Office

An interview schedule will be posted at a later date.

Early 4-H Project Judging

Early 4-H Project Judging will be held on Friday, July 7th by appointment only. A signup will be made available at a later date. Youth who judge early WILL be eligible for awards. 

Makeup Project Judging

Makeup project judging will be held on Monday, July 1st by appointment only. Youth who participate in makeup project judging are NOT eligible for awards or State Fair exhibition. A signup will be made available at a later date.

Other Information

Fair-Related Forms

For all forms related to the Jackson County Fair, including Junior Fair Fun Night, Theme Submissions, and Queen applications, please visit our JACKSON COUNTY FAIR page. 

  • Queen's Court Applications (including little miss and little mister) can be found on the Jackson County Fair page under Queen's Applications. 

For all forms related to LIVESTOCK and ANIMAL PROJECTS, please visit the Animal Project Information page and/or your species specific page listed. 

Winning 4-H Plan

The Winning 4-H Plan (W4HP) assists Extension professionals and volunteers by providing resources to aid them in developing accommodation plans to meet the needs of Ohio 4-H youth with disabilities. As a part of The Ohio State University, Ohio 4-H must make all aspects of 4-H, including programming, projects, facilities, and activities, accessible to people with disabilities. Access and inclusion are created with a combination of accessible programming, events, interactions, and spaces, with the goal of allowing the individual maximum independence and minimal intervention from others (such as advisors and educators). The learning and experiences that a member gains through 4-H are just as important, if not more important, as a “perfect” final project or a blue ribbon at the fair. Creating access is more than ensuring the member can attend 4-H events and fairs, it includes choosing an appropriate project, holding meetings and activities in accessible spaces, and including all members in all activities.

Winning 4-H Plan Request Form DOWNLOAD: PDF


Officer Book Judging

Club Officers can pick up their record books at the Extension Office, or can be downloaded here:

4-H Career Record Books

Similar to the teen awards and scholarships application, the Ohio 4-H Acheivement Record, the Career Record Book is intended for younger youth. The Career Record Book prepares younger 4-H youth for teen scholarship and award applications by encouraging record keeping year after year.  

My 4-H Career Record Book DOWNLOAD: Word | PDF