Noble County Fair UPDATE

DRUG USE NOTIFICATION FORMS - IMPORTANT

The form will go live August 22nd and must be submitted by 11:59 PM on Friday, August 25th.

https://go.osu.edu/2023nobledunf

** Only put ONE animal/pen on each form.

Drug Use Notification Forms - DUNF forms will be submitted electronically this year. All market poultry (turkey and chickens), market rabbits, market beef & feeder calves, market hogs, market lambs, market goats, and lactating dairy goats are required to complete the Drug Use Notification Forms (DUNF) certifying their animals are drug free

Preparing Youth for Success

In Ohio 4-H, we empower youth with the skills they need to lead for a lifetime! 4-H inspires curiosity, builds lifelong skills, fuels adventure, and grows leaders through fun, hands-on activities, that include clubs, projects, service, and camps. Kids can be a 4-H project member when they are 8 and in the third grade, and they can participate in competitive events like projects and judging at county fairs. 4-H project members select from 200+ projects based on their interest—what we call sparks in 4-H. 

Younger children age 5 and in kindergarten are Cloverbuds who enjoy group-centered, non-competitive activities until they are eligible to be a project member. All 4-H members engage in hands-on learning in clubs, camps, and other settings with approved adult volunteers. 4-H volunteers are critical to the success of the 4-H program and undergo a thorough selection process. 

If you are interested in enrolling your child in the 4-H program and/or would like to talk more about becoming a 4-H volunteer, contact us today! 

You also can learn more about all OSU Extension 4-H youth development programs at ohio4h.org

Special Needs Accommodations

Accommodations can be made for youth with disabilities through our Winning 4-H Plan. Visit ohio4h.org/about/join-4-h#winning-plan for more information and to download the request form.


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