You are months away from seeing their hard work shine at the Kewaunee County Fair, but 4-H members across the organization’s 13 clubs are already putting in the extra effort now. No matter what you show, project meetings are taking place across the county to help members learn more about the care of their animals, practice for the judging competition, and receive final instructions before the fair itself. Each project has a specified number of meetings participants need to attend in order to show or take part in the auction during the fair. Kewaunee County 4-H Educator Jill Jorgensen says its nine project areas have been putting in a lot of work.
It is too late to show at the Kewaunee County Fair July 11th through 14th as a 4-H member, but you can still enter projects as an open class participant and join the organization at any time during the year.