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Adair County 4-H & Cloverbud Floral Hall Exhibits

By Tony Rose, Agent for 4-H Youth Development
Adair County Extension Service

Adair County youth ages 9-18 are encouraged to enter their 4-H projects in the Adair County Fair. Age is based on the youth's age as of January 1 of the calendar year of the Fair. Cloverbud youth (ages 5-8) may display their exhibits also during the County Fair. There will also be a Cloverbud category for youth ages 1-4 years old. Any of our Grab & Go kits qualify to be exhibited at the Floral Hall.

Changes are being made due to this year due to all that is going on. Youth must pre-register online for the categories they wish to exhibit. No entries will be taken that were not registered online. The deadline for online registration is Wednesday, July 22, 2020.

Be sure to look over the categories for 4-H State Fair and Cloverbuds before starting the online registration process. To see the categories for both Cloverbud and 4-H youth visited the Adair County Cooperative Extension Service web page at http://adair.ca.uky.edu/content/county-state-fair. The online registration links for both Cloverbud and 4-H Exhibits are on the web page as well.



The Floral Hall will be at the Adair County Cooperative Extension Office. Youth will be able to enter items in the 2020 Adair 4-H & Cloverbuds Floral Hall on July 28, 2020, at an appointed time. No one will be allowed to tour the exhibits this year, but we will do a Facebook live event to show off the exhibits. Exhibits will be picked up on July 29, 2020, at an appointed time.


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This story was posted on 2020-07-09 12:33:46
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