•The JFB plans and conducts the Junior Fair activities of the Ross County Fair. The members serve as Junior Fair Superintendents and assist the Jr. Fair Division Superintendents
•The JFB is designed for youth who have proven leadership abilities and are willing to take on major responsibilities including:
- Assist in determining the Jr. Fair Activity Schedule - plans and conduct Jr. Fair activities, show, and events.
- Assist in getting the Jr. Fair facilities ready for shows and events.
- Assist judges and ring officials with show ring chores during the fair.
- Attend all regular meetings, special meetings, and special events of the Jr. Fair Board and department committees.
- Maintain active and model membership in the organization that you are representing on the Jr. Fair Board.
- For a complete list of responsibilities, contact the Extension office at 702-3200.
•The Ross County Junior Fair Board is comprised of members representing 5 county youth organizations (must have current, active youth group):
4-H, FCCLA, FFA, Boy Scouts, and Girl Scouts (scroll down to meet the current members)
•Members must be 14 - 18 years old by January 1 of the current year.
•Members must be in 9 - 12 grade with the full term falling within your high school years.
•Members will serve one (1) year term.
•The Junior Fair Board is guided by the JFB Advisors, Senior Fair Board Representatives, and an Extension Educator.
•Apply by completing a Junior Fair Board Application
•Applications will be reviewed and potential members will be called in for an Interview in September.
•The selected youth are notified and then begin a rewarding 4-H experience.
•All applicants MUST sign and follow the Junior Fair Board Code of Conduct.
Dan Riddle; Kaitlyn Meeker; Ross Meeker; Kelcie Pierce, Julie McGuire, Hailey Hice, Amanda Stump, Tyler Stump
Katie Feldhues, Extension Educator
Phil Hurtt; Jenny Pickerrell