Virtual 4-H Fair includes Open ClassJune 4, 2020
Out of an abundance of caution and in an effort to keep everyone safe, the Dubois County 4-H Council in partnership with Purdue Extension-Dubois County has elected to have the 2020 4-H Fair virtually.
All Dubois County residents age 18 and older are invited to participate in this year’s Open Class. Project submissions will not be judged, but instead will be showcased through various forms of media including social media.
Categories for the showcase are baked items, candies, canning, gardening, needlework, flowers and house plants, crafts, photography and miscellaneous.
Photos of the finished project will be submitted. A cellphone photo is preferred, but any digital photo will be accepted as long as it is appropriate and falls within one of the categories listed above.
The 4-H’ers are to submit photo(s) with the following information: name, town and the entry category. Multiple entries should be submitted individually or identified by category.
Project photos must be submitted by Wednesday, July 1, to firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information, call 812-482-1782.
The Open Class is sponsored by the Dubois County Extension Homemakers.
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