Information, completion, and pre-fair judging requirements for ALL non-livestock, non-horse projects, including foods, clothing, and dog, horseless horse, pet rabbits, and other small companion animals.

GENERAL PROJECT EVENTS

June 12 Early Pre-Fair Judging (prior approval required) Call Extension Office for more information
June 24 Pre-Fair Judging

9 am-4 pm Location: West Union High School

See links below for schedule, information letter, and project completion guidelines

June 27 Pre-Fair Judging Make-Up Day (Food, Clothing & General Projects)

1-3 pm at Extension Office

Note: Participants in Make-Up judging will be elgibible to receive their fair pass and receive credit for project completion. However, they will not be eligible for awards or for participation in the Ohio State Fair

July 10 Woodworking, Welding & Crop Project Judging Projects must be entered on Sunday, July 7, from 5-7:30 pm in the Junior Fair Exhibit Building at the fairgrounds; Interview-style judging begins at 8 am on Wednesday, July 10, with awards presented at 2 pm in the Youth Show Arena

ALL FOODS, CLOTHING, AND GENERAL PROJECT COMPLETION AND PRE-FAIR JUDGING GUIDELINES

Click here to see a pdf document listing ALL foods, clothing, and general project completion requirements and pre-fair judging guidelines. This is a large file. Contact the Extension Office if you are not able to download it or have questions about a specific project.

Foods and Nutrition Project Portfolios - A DescriptionClick here for a listing of project specific pages to include.

PRE-FAIR JUDGING SCHEDULE AND INFORMATION

- Click here for schedule
- Click here for letter to members

PRE-FAIR JUDGING RESULTS

Results will be announced on Wednesday, July 10, at the Non-Livestock Project Awards Ceremony at the Fair. The ceremony will begin at 2 pm in the Youth Show Arena. All non-livestock first and second place project rosette winners and State Fair qualifiers, including food and nutrition, clothing, Style Revue, and crops and shop winners will be recognized at this time. Scoresheets will be returned to members via their club advisors; grade ribbons will be available for display in club and county booths and on crop and shop projects during Fair. Note: Fair premiums, ribbons, awards, and State Fair participation are contingent upon the project being displayed at the Fair.

GENERAL PROJECT WEB LINKS

Ohio 4-H Engineering Website 
Self-Determined Projects & Idea Starters