About 4-H
Welcome to the 4-H Youth Development Program of Hancock County. We have 42 4-H clubs, involving 820 youth & 164 adult volunteers. Cassie Turner is the Extension Educator working with 4-H programs. Over 200 different 4-H projects allow youth to explore a wide variety of interests!
County 4-H News
Celebration of 4-H on October 7!
Come celebrate 4-H in Hancock County on Tuesday, October 7 at the First Presbyterian Church on South Main Street of Findlay from 6:30-8:30 pm. Hancock Jr Fair livestock premium checks will be available for pickup. Recognition is given for outstanding 4-H club officers and project work.
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Many Hancock Co. 4-H members are doing well at the 2014 Ohio State Fair. Here is a summary of results from 4-H contests, Project judging for Hancock Co. 4-H members, and State Fair winnings.
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