Half scholarships are available when a 4-H'er completes 10 hours of community service.
n Willy Martin, Madelaine Nolan and Eric Ellsworth won their divisions at the Area Talk Meet in February and will now continue to the state contest July 21 in Lexington.
n Josh Hutchner will compete at the state demonstration contest July 31.
At the Boyle County demonstration contest in March, Hutchner won the senior division with "How to Set up a Bow for Competition."
He went on to the Fort Harrod Area Demonstration in Jessamine County and won a blue ribbon and was champion in his division.
n The Boyle County 4-H Variety Show was held April 26 at Indian Hills Christian Church. Jennifer Milburn won the specialty act division for ninth through 12th-grades with "The Perfect Pitch."
After competing at the Fort Harrod Area Variety Show and winning her division, she will now compete at the state level.
Boyle County 4-H'ers and Cloverbuds may stop by the extension office for a copy of the 4-H exhibitor rules and categories for the fair. Every 4-H exhibit will receive a ribbon and prize money.
Exhibitors may enter more than one exhibit, according to the catalogue rules.
Exhibits must be the work of the 4-H member and must have been done during the previous year. They do not have to be made during an organized 4-H club meeting.
Exhibits must be brought to the fairgrounds between 2 and 4 p.m. July 18.
They will be judged the next morning and will be displayed at the floral hall between 6 and 9 p.m. each day of the fair.
Boyle County Extension Office Closed - July 5
4-H Camp Meeting - 7 p.m. July 8, extension office basement.
Boyle County Fair, July 18-24.
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