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  1. Community Service with Solida Waste Mangaement District Available

    Mar. 09, 2020

    The Henry county Solid Wast District will be hosting the 23rd Annual Liter Roundup during the month of April. This event is very important to the District and they are thankful for the continued support of the Henry County 4-H clubs. Approximately 100 miles were cleaned in 2019 through the efforts of the 4-H'ers.

  2. 2020 Livestock Quality Assurance Information

    Feb. 24, 2020

    4-H andFFA youth involved in food animal exhibitions, by definition, are food animal producers. Youth food animal producers, at the culmination of the project, will sell their animal(s) and food products which are intended for human consumption. As equally, those youth raising other animal projects have a responsibilty to raise and care for their animal/s properly. 

  3. 4-H Essay Lamb Contest Information Available

    Feb. 03, 2020

    The Henry County 4-H Advisory Council has a great opportunity for 4-H'ers and FFA members! If you are interested, are committed to,have never enrolled in a market lamb project and have access to a facility to raise a market lamb, you might want to consider writing an essay for the 2020 Essay Lamb Contest. 

  4. Henry County 4-H Scholarship Application Available

    Dec. 10, 2019

    The Henry County 4-H Scholarship application has been reposted. This is an all-in-one form for all of the scholarships available through Henry County 4-H Endowment.
    Click here for the form>>> HC 4-H Scholarship Application

    As we recieve additional scholarship information it will be posted on the website. Go to Teen Opportunities. If you have questions, please give Laura Rohlf, Extension Educator, 4-H a call at 419-592-0806


  5. 2019 Henry County Junior Fair Livestock Sale Information

    Aug. 13, 2019

    The Henry County Junior Fair Livestock Sale 2019 is nearing! The sale is slated to begin at 9:30am Thursday August 15th at the Show Arena on the fairgrounds. You may access the complete sale program by clicking here>>> 2019HCJuniorFairLivestockSaleProgram  Questions? Please call Martha Gebers, Sale Coordinator 419-966-7342. See you at the sale!

  6. 2019 Henry County Junior Fair Livestock Sale Information

    Jul. 22, 2019

    Potential buyers of 2019 Henry County Junior Fair Livestock market animals, gallon of milk and the horse item can prepare for sale day by reading the following information. As you have questions, please contact Martha Gebers, Sale Coordinator,  at or 419-966-7342. 

  7. 4-H Project Days

    Jul. 10, 2019

    Henry County 4-H project judging days are now complete. The results are in and the State Fair project representatives are selected. Please click here for the results for Tuesday and Wednesday project judgings>>>> 2019 4-H Project Judging Results

    State Fair tickets and parking passes are available after 9:00am Friday July 12th on a first-come-first-served basis. Tickets available are limited. 

    Congratulations 4-H'ers!!!

  8. 2019 Essay Lamb Program

    Feb. 07, 2019

    Any Henry County 4-H member who is interested in raising a market lamb won't want to miss out on the opportunity to do so through the Essay Lamb program.

  9. Small Ruminants 101 Series to Count Towards Quality Assurance for Sheep & Goat Project Members

    Jan. 31, 2019

    A small ruminants educational series is being offered through the OSU Extension-Fulton County Program. For those adults who want to learn more about raising sheep and goats this series is for you. Fulton, Henry and Williams counties will also accept this series as Quality Assurance education for youth in 4-H and FFA that are enrolled in these livestock projects. Click here for more information: Small Ruminants 101 Series

  10. Henry Co. 4-H Hall of Fame Nominees Sought

    Dec. 21, 2018

    This time of year is a great time to think about and then nominate Henry County 4-H alumni for the 4-H Hall of Fame. Perhaps you know a past Henry County 4-H'er who meets the criteria for the award? The criteria includes the nominee's accomplishments and positive impacts in the four areas: Contributions/leadership in nominee's career field; Scope of the impact (community/county/regional/state/national); Positive influence on youth and/or other volunteer efforts; Involvement/leadership role while they were in Henry County 4-H.