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4-H clover Pine County 4-H Fair registration now open

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4-H project registration for the Pine County Fair is now open in FairEntry. This step in preparing for the fair is where you tell us what type and how many projects (entries) you will be bringing to the fair for judging.

Start your fair registration. You will sign in using the same email and password you use for enrollment in 4-H Online. Follow the steps in this user guide to register your projects. If you do not have good internet access, contact Roxanne at rlorvis@umn.edu or 320-591-1651 for a paper entry registration form.

Premium Book

The Pine County 4-H premium book is available online. It contains descriptions, requirements, examples, and other important information for each of the classes (project areas) that you can enter a project. If you would like a printed copy of this book, please contact Roxanne. Please note that Minnesota 4-H made many changes to general project areas this year, so be sure to read through the project areas you are interested in.

There are limits to the number of projects you can register. The maximum number of entries in each general project area (class) is three. Animal Science projects are limited to one entry per class (an entry is defined as 1 animal or 1 pen as allowed in rabbits and poultry).

Registration deadline

The deadline to register your projects is Thursday, July 7. Your registration must be submitted through FairEntry by 11:59 p.m., or a paper version must be either postmarked or dropped off at the office by 4:30 p.m. on July 7. Entries that are not submitted by the deadline will still be welcome at the fair, but will not be eligible for champion ribbons, State Fair/state show trips, or the livestock auction.

If you have any questions about this process, please don’t hesitate to call the office at 320-591-1651 or email Sarah at sodendah@umn.edu. We are happy to help you.

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