4-H static projects recognized as “unsung heroes” | Local News


SHERIDAN – When we visualize a county fair, we often think of showing cattle, horses or small animals. Although a big part of the fair, static projects are the foundation of 4-H.

The organization was founded in 1902 in Clark County, Ohio with static projects. The club involved showcasing home skills like mending clothes and storing food. It also meant being able to grow fruits and vegetables. The club is based on agriculture, with animal husbandry coming later in its development.

Marly Graham is an intern at The Sheridan Press.


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