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Important Information about 2020 Story County Fair Exhibits

The Story County Extension and 4-H program is working closely with the Story County Fair Association and FFA advisors to ensure that the 2020 Story County Fair will be a safe and positive experience for all 4-H and FFA youth.

Because not all details have been set for the Livestock portion of the Story County Fair, we have decided to open Fair Entry for STATIC EXHIBITS ONLY. Livestock Entry will open on June 15th. You will be able to make Static Exhibit entries starting June 5th through JULY 1. Livestock entry will open on June 15th and close on July 1.

There will be no late entry fee for entries this year, but notice that all entries are due with a firm deadline of July 1!

FairEntry is now open for Static Exhibit classes only. Please visit: 
https://fairentry.com/Fair/SignIn/14590 to complete your entries. Remember to log in with your 4hOnline email and password if you are exhibiting as a 4-Her!

Details about Static Exhibit judging and what that process will look like will be released early next week. Details about livestock shows and judging will be released the week of June 15th. Myself and the Story County Youth Committee are working to find a plan for Clover Kid static exhibit judging, as well. Those details will be announced alongside the Livestock Exhibit plan on the week of June 15th. 

Due to concerns with Prepared Food and COVID-19, there will be no static classes for Prepared and Preserved Food Exhibits. Consider doing a food comparison of taste, health, etc instead of a prepared food item. For other ideas for a Food and Nutrition Prepared and/or Preserved Food Exhibit, please visit the Iowa State 4-H Youth Development  website page!

Story County Extension and 4-H and the Story County Fair Association appreciates your patience, understanding, and flexibility during these unprecedented times. We are working hard to provide all youth with a safe experience that gives all a chance to experience the exhibit judging process. 

 


 

Apply for a Story County 4-H Endowment Grant sponsored by the Story County 4-H Foundation!

  • This application should be written by the 4-H'er or individual in charge of the project, program activity, or group and typed if possible. 
  • Submit one copy to the Story County Extension Office.  Be as specific as possible with regard to plans and budget

 

 

 

 

County 4-H News

June 25, 2020

Story County Extension and Outreach has recieved a Service Enterprise certification! Story County Extension will be equipped to engage and manage volunteers more effectively to meet community needs.

February 6, 2020

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Story County office hosted the On Their Own and Okay youth program in January at the Gilbert Intermediate School.  Ten youth met weekly afterschool for threes week and identified ways to stay home on their own safely for a short time.  They recognized how house rules provide safety and identified activities that help avoid boredom or loneliness while home alone.  Students also learned to make simple snacks.

February 6, 2020

A Babysitting Basics class for students in fifth grade and up is being offered by ISU Extension and Outreach on Friday, February 21 from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm and will be held at the Roland Public Library. 

January 10, 2020

Youth in grades K-6 can start their own collection of recipes provided during the program. Questions can be directed to Mary at 515-382-6551 or email mwilkins@iastate.edu.

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