We know that our 4-H youth, families, leaders, and volunteers are all incredibly saddened by the cancellation of the Wyoming County Fair, We, too, are heartbroken by the news as the fair is one of the major highlights of the 4-H year and we are certainly upset that our youth will miss out on the opportunity to showcase their best work and spend time with their "4-H Families."

We are however, moving forward and making plans for a summer full of alternative programming options for our 4-H youth. Whether in the form of Zoom workshops or take-home activity kits, virtual campfires or online shows, we look forward to a summer overflowing with opportunities for youth development, educational growth, and—of course—some good old fashioned 4-H FUN.

We want to our 4-H families to know that we are actively working on plans to provide alternative programming options due to the cancellation of the 2020 Wyoming County Fair. This, of course, includes our annual meat animal auction programs for beef, hogs, lambs, goats, and poultry. Please stay tuned to our upcoming Friday 4-H News Updates, Facebook page, and other correspondence as we work towards new plans and opportunities that stay focused on positive youth development. We look forward to crafting innovative new ways for our members to showcase their incredible projects from the past year.

We are committed to keeping you updated on any changes in our plans, policies, or procedures. Please feel free to contact us at any time. Please be aware that as of 3/18/2020, employees are working remotely, and it may take a little longer than usual for you to receive a response. Your questions, ideas, and concerns are important to us, and we will respond as soon as possible.

Thank you for your continued support during these uncertain times. We miss seeing all of you in person, and want everyone to know that we are here for whatever you might need. For now, we look forward to another summer dedicated to helping Wyoming County’s youth grow in character, commitment, community service, and responsibility.

Keep checking back for more updates and information!

Last updated May 29, 2020