2014 Warren County Fair Book

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4-H & Junior Fair Sections for the 2014 Warren County Fair

Junior Fairboard

The Junior Fair Board is composed of high school students from throughour Warren County with an interest in volunteering at the Warren County Fair.  Members must be willing and available to dedicate a tremendous amount of time, energy and effort.  There are monthly meetings October through June, pre-fair workdays and judging events and fair week itself.  The rewards of this commitment include the experience itself as well as the opportunity it provides to develop strong leadership and organizational skills. 

All Junior Fair Board members are expected to promote the philosophy of education and improvement of skills through fair competition at the Warren County Fair with an emphasis on reading, understanding and enforcing the general rules, agricultural rules and specific exhibit rules.

The Warren County Fair Board invites all Warren County youth from 4-H, FFA, FHA, Grange, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Camp Fire and Farm Bureau to participate in competitions and activities at the fair.  To learn more about becoming a member of the 2015 Junior Fair Board, click here.

General Information

Junior Fair Activities


Junior Fair Livestock

Required Section for ALL Junior Fair Livestock Projects


Department Rules


Miscellaneous Information


4-H Animal Shows


4-H General Projects



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County 4-H News
4-H Club Chartering Checklist due April 1
The Ohio 4-H program requires that all 4-H clubs in the State of Ohio be chartered on an annual basis in order to be recognized as an 'official' 4-H club.
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Introducing the 2015 Warren County Junior Fair Board
The 2015 JFB will hold its organizational meeting on Monday, October 27. The November meeting will be help on Monday, November 24. Both meetings will be held at 7:00 pm in the Extension Office conference room.
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