The following 4-H Youth Development articles originally printed in the 2018 Spring edition of the Oldham County Extension Newsletter.
Qualifying for 4-H Competitive Events
Attention: All 4-H members must be registered with Oldham County 4-H by April 15th, 2018 in order to qualify to compete in any 4-H events. This requirement applies to all 4-H competitions including Horse Show, Horse Contest, Dog Shows, and Oldham County 4-H Fair.
4-H’ers who would like to participate in any competitive 4-H horse event (this includes 4-H horse shows) must complete six hours of instructional training taught or approved by their 4-H certified horse club leader. Please meet with your leader now to ensure you will have your completed and documented hours of instruction prior to April 15th. Documentation must accompany your registration or show paperwork.
Oldham County Fair
The 2018 Oldham County Fair is scheduled for July 31 through August 4. 4-H projects will be entered on July 26 at the Oldham County Extension office and available for pickup on August 4th at the Oldham County Fairgrounds. Don’t forget: to be eligible to exhibit projects in the 4-H categories during the county fair, youth must be a registered 4-H member by April 15th. Watch for an e-mail notification about the fair catalog and the NEW online fair registration instructions.
4-H State Dog Camp
Take your dog to camp. 4-H Dog Camp is the perfect opportunity for 4-H members to work with their dogs one-on-one and in group instruction situations. Dog Camp will be held at J.M. Feltner 4-H Camp on May 18 through 20. Contact the Extension Office at (502) 222-9453 if you would like to receive registration information when available.