IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES & DEADLINES:
Kenton County Fair: July 15‐20, 2019
4‐H Record Books are due before 4:30 p.m. on July 5, 2019. Prizes awarded via drawing if record books are turned in prior to June 21.
Item Check‐in: July 14 from 1:00‐3:00 pm Item Pick‐up: July 21 from noon‐2:00 pm
Ky. State Fair: Aug. 15‐25, 2019
4‐H Summer Classes begin June 4th — (Registra on required.)
Again this year, Record Books and cover sheets are available on the website at www.kentoncountyextension.com as well as the Kenton County Extension Office lobby. Junior books are light green colored, senior books are ivory. The cover sheets are white and you only need to fill out one cover sheet. Materials printed with a 2019 in the heading are the most current version. Please review the Record Book Requirements listed below:
Record Book Requirements In order to enter projects at the Kenton County Fair, you must meet the following record book requirements:
1) If displaying a project in the 4‐H building you must complete 1 record book of your choice. If you have an animal project you must complete 1 record book of your choice. However, Market Animal Exhibitors must complete a Market Animal Record Book. The maximum record books to be completed per 4‐H child is 2—one for animals and one for the 4‐H building. You
will only be judged/paid for one record book in the building and one record book in the barn this year.
2) All record books must be logged in by a secretary, agent or record book commi ee volunteer before 4:30 p.m. on Friday, July 5, 2019. As always, record books will be accepted during office hours in the weeks prior to the deadline.
3) Your record book must score 7 or more points.
4) You must include a project achievement story. Reminder: the stories must be the child’s original work. 5) Record books are on the website at: www.kentoncountyextension.com
Please address any ques ons or concerns to Mary Averbeck.
4-H Record Books Due
before 4:30 p.m. on Friday, July 5, 2019 It’s time again to get started on your record books! 4-H project work has a greater impact on skills and learning when culminated with a record book. See Record Book Requirements in the article above. All record books are due at the Durr Extension Center, Marshall Road, before 4:30 pm on July 5.
4-H RECORD BOOKS DUE!
Record Book Champions
A junior and senior champion will be selected for each record book category.
Market Animals Hog Lamb Steer
Foods Breads Country Ham General Foods Food preservation Trends/Traditions Foods
Science Electric Energy Entomology Forestry Geology Honey Weather Wood Science
Companion Animals Cat Dog Horse Poultry Rabbit
Production Animals Dairy Cattle Goat Production Beef Production Sheep Production Swine
Arts/Miscellaneous Arts & Crafts Cake Decorating Communication & Leadership Fine Arts Miscellaneous Photography Trends/Traditions
Gardening Crops Flowers Horticulture/Plant Science Large Vegetables Tobacco Vegetables
Home Economics Sewing Consumer & Financial Ed. Needlework Crochet Embroidery Knitting Lacework - Tatting Needlepoint Quilting Home Environment Trends & Traditions Sewing County Only Sewing
Early Bird Record Book Entry Prize Announcement
2019 Record Books are due Friday, July 5. There will be an “early‐early” bird drawing for books submi ed by June 21 at 4:30 pm. One cket per Record Book. Mul ple prizes will be awarded including 4‐H t‐shirts and other fun 4‐H items.
uring project registra on, projects are grouped into categories. A er judging is completed, club leaders are encouraged to make a display of their 4‐H’ers projects and of the club as a whole. Set up is from noon to 5 p.m. on Monday, July 15, 2019. Contact Trevia Cooke for a space for your club at [email protected] The best club display is awarded a plaque at the Recogni on Banquet in recogni on of their hard work. This year's theme is “Through 4‐H I have learned. . . .”
Week of July 15-20 4‐H Council will be having a Fund‐Raising Auc on at the Kenton County Fair. The success of this endeavor depends on YOU!
Items are needed for the auc on. We are asking each 4‐H Club to donate a themed basket to be auc oned. Also, if any individual or business would like to donate items, 4‐H volunteers will assemble addi onal baskets.
Please call the extension office if you need a list of possible items that can be donated.
2019 4-H Tractor Contest TBA
Verbal Pre‐registra on will be required.
Call Diane to be placed on no fica on list.
Classroom Instruc on and Quiz are mandatory for Contest Par cipa on
9:00 a.m. Classroom Instruc on & Quiz
10:00 a.m. Contest
In case of weather condi ons we will a empt to no fy those pre‐registered. Request materials and course from the Kenton County Extension office. State 4‐H rules followed if no other rule applies. Divisions by ages following State 4‐H Rules.
Other Informa on:
1. All drivers must wear boots or lace‐up shoes and long pants.
2. Lawn & large tractor drivers must have previous driving experience.
3. Drivers must be able to reach all pedals and engage all safe‐ty equipment.
4. Drivers must have enough body mass to engage and depress all levers and safety equipment.
5. Unsafe drivers determined by judges, county extension agents and voca onal agriculture teacher(s) will be excused from contest.
If your club would like to have a display area in the
4‐H Building at the Kenton County fair this year
please contact Trevia Cooke immediately at:
[email protected] Thanks!
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S U B M I T Y O U R R E S U L T S F O R A W A R D S B A N Q U E T
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The Kenton County 4-H Recognition Points Log is a system for each 4-H’er to record everything they have done throughout the program year. A designated number of points is awarded for a variety of activities. These logs are used to determine the outstanding boy and girl award that is presented each year at the 4-H Recognition Banquet. They are also helpful when applying for 4-H Honors. The 4-H Recognition Points Logs are available at the Extension Office in the foyer next to the record books.
Recognition Points Logs for the 2018-2019 year will cover from September 1, 2019, through August 31, 2019, All Recognition Points Logs are due to the Extension Office by 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 5th, 2019.
CLOVERBUD MEETING NEWS
Cloverbuds will not meet during the summer. Program will start again in September 2019. If you would like to be on the Cloverbuds mailing list please contact Denise Donahue at: [email protected] or by calling: (859) 356‐3155.
Shooting Sports Club
Shoo ng Sports club members be reminded that you will be mee ng at Lloyd Wildlife at 5:30 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of the month. You must have completed safety training to a end shoots.
Congratula ons to Annemarie Fuerst for represen ng Kentucky 4‐H in the 2019 Kentucky Middle School Honorees for Pruden al Spirit of Community award.
Recogni on of all our 4-H members’ accomplishments is an important aspect of the 4-H Recogni on Banquet. 4-H’ers who have received a county, area, district, state or na onal 4-H award are asked to submit items for which he/she would like to be recognized. Please submit wri en (e-mail is fine) your name, the name of the 4-H event, and the award received. Lists are used by the Banquet Commi ee to provide recogni on. All lists are due by Thursday, September 5th at 4:30 p.m., to the Extension Office, 10990 Marshall Road.
Sally Doe *2019 State Communica ons; 12 yr old speech, blue. *2019 District III 4-H Horse Show—Showmanship II, blue and champion
4-H MISCELLANEOUS CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS (county only)
Requires Record Book.
There is a limit of one entry per class. (Each number is a class.) Entries must meet the following guidelines. These categories are subject to change each year. List was updated in March 2017. 4M01 Basket Weaving‐Item must be hand made woven basket. 4M02 Models‐Models can be snapped together or glued together. They may be made of wood or plas c. 4M03 Leather Cra ‐Handmade item made of leather. 4M04 Recycled Cra ‐Any item made of recycled materials. 4M05 Precast/Fired Ceramic‐Ceramic piece 4M06 Jewelry‐Any handcra ed earrings, necklace, bracelet or set. No Pony Beads 4M07 Metal Cra ‐Any item made of metal. 4M08 Decoupage‐Any item with decoupage 4M09 Duct Tape‐Any item made primarily with duct tape, like a personalized item. 4M10 Model Rockets 4M11 Holiday Cra ‐Any item with a holiday theme. 4M12 Scrapbook or Journal‐A scrapbook should be on acid‐free, lignin‐free paper with photo safe adhesives. White glue and scotch tape are not acceptable. 4M13 Yard ornament made with repurposed item(s) 4M14 Folk Art—Tin punch, candle 4M15 Nature Cra ‐any item made of natural materials, except wreaths 4M16 Bead Cra ‐Any item constructed of beads. 4M17 Paper Cra ‐This can include making paper, marbleizing paper, or origami. 4M18 Ribbon Cra ‐Any item made predominantly with ribbon. 4M19 Hand‐cra ed Soap‐Three bars or three pieces of decora ve soap that have been hand poured or molded. Soap must be wrapped in see‐through material. 4M20 Decorated Tee Shirt 4M21 Simple cloth item with no machine s tching‐Example: Kno ed fleece blanket 4M22 Mosaic‐repurpose old item with le and/or glass to create new item 4M23 Single Photograph 4M24 Single Photograph‐subject person 4M25 Shadow Box
Our county fair projects will be aligned with the State Fair projects. Please consult the State Fair web site at h p://www.kystatefair.org for the 2019 4‐H Youth Development projects and specific requirements. You may also consult the Kenton County 4‐H website at www.kentoncountyextension.com for eligible 4‐H projects and a brief descrip on of project requirements. In addi on, Kenton County has the below categories which are “county only” that cannot be exhibited at the State Fair.
Kenton County Fair 2019 County Only Categories For Ages 9-18:
The following categories will be judged at the Kenton County Fair but are not eligible to advance to the Kentucky State Fair.
4‐H PIGGY BANK (county only) Requires 4‐H Record Book.
There is a limit of one entry per class.
Jr. 4‐H Piggy Bank Sr. 4‐H Piggy Bank
4‐H Sewing (Kenton County Only) **The following classes have been added to this division in 2012, but are Kenton County only classes. 4‐H Home Economics record book required.
4Se14 Machine S tched and Stuffed Item‐Any 3‐D item which contains fiber‐fil. 4Se15 Machine S tched Bag without Fasteners‐A tote bag lacking bu ons, zippers, Velcro or drawstring. 4Se16 Machine s tched bag with at least one fastener, such as drawstring, bu on, zipper or Velcro. 4Se17 Machine S tched Holiday Item‐Any item created on a sewing machine with a holiday theme. 4Se18 Machine Quilted Item‐Any item pieced or quilted by machine. 4Se19 Hand‐s tched Item‐Any item constructed with hand s tching. 4Se20 Machine Applique‐Any item with an applique s tched by machine. 4Se21 Pillowcase, Machine sewn 4Se22 Other Sewing
Division 6042 - Kentucky 4-H Trends & Traditions *see general rules applying to all 4-H exhibitors and general rules applying to 4-H exhibits listed previously in the State Catalog.
Upcycling is taking something that you are throwing away and making into something that maintains or improves the quality of the materials. Examples: There are coin purses made from sweaters, earrings cut out of vinyl records and an old travel case made into a clock. The designs will be judged on quality, use and crea vity. Entries are limited to one entry per class per county.
1050 Junior Upcycling Project 1051 Senior Upcycling Project
4‐H CAKE & CUPCAKE DECORATING
1. Entry consists of a decorated (Styrofoam) cake. 2. Styrofoam MUST be the base for the decora ng. Real cakes will NOT
be accepted. 3. Judging is based on decora on only not taste. 4. Exhibit is not limited to a color or design. 5. Refrigera on will NOT be provided. 6. Exhibit must be limited in size to not taller than 24" and no more
than 1/2 sheet board. 7. Cakes may be returned based on the condi on at the end of the fair 8. 4‐H iden fica on cards must be a ached to bo om right hand
corner of sheet board.
1060 Junior 4‐H Cake Decora ng (Cake must include the 4‐H Clover either in design or decora on) 1061 Senior 4‐H Cake Decora ng (Cake must include the 4‐H Clover either in design or decora on) 1062 Junior General Cake Decora ng 1063 Senior General Cake Decora ng
Cupcake Decora ng
1. Entry consists of a decorated (Styrofoam) cake. 2. Styrofoam MUST be the base for the decora ng. Real cakes will NOT
be accepted. 3. Judging is based on decora on only not taste. 4. Exhibit is not limited to a color or design. 5. Refrigera on will NOT be provided. 6. Exhibit must be limited to two cupcakes. 7. Cakes may be returned based on the condi on at the end of the fair. 8. 4‐H iden fica on cards must be a ached to bo om right hand
corner of sheet board.
1070 Junior 4‐H Cup Cake Decora ng 1071 Senior 4‐H Cup Cake Decora ng 1072 Junior 4‐H Cup Cake Decora ng 1073 Senior 4‐H Cup Cake Decora ng
Non Tradi onal Needlework
The objec ve for this class is for youth to learn the basic s tches of kni ng either non tradi onal needles, arms, or looms.
Loom Kni ng 1074 Junior Loom Kni ng 1075 Senior Loom Kni ng Arm Kni ng 1076 Junior Arm Kni ng 1077 Senior Arm Kni ng
1. A county is limited to one entry per class. A member may enter up to 3 classes within the 4‐H Trends Division. (This means: a member’s name could appear in the same level up to 3 mes on the county’s Clover Division invoice sheet.)
2. All items must have been made since the last State Fair. 3. Each exhibit must be properly labeled. Place ID tag (4LO‐
11SO) in the most visible place on the exhibit, preferably on the lower right‐hand corner. Labels may be securely taped, a ached with a rubber band through a hole in the corner or safety pinned (fabric items). To insure that all parts of the exhibit make it back to the county, “hide” a small label (with a minimum of the county name) on EVERY parts that might become separated from others; these should not be visible to the public when displayed.
4. All photography classes with one photograph must be mounted on 10”x 16” MAT BOARD‐available via order (no poster board or foam core board accepted). Single photographs are limited to up to a maximum size of 8”x 12”.
5. Each picture must be mounted securely. Rubber cement or dry moun ng ssue is recommended. Do not use photo moun ng corners.
6. All entries must follow the specifica ons and rules listed in their class in order to be named champion.
7. Junior division includes ages 9‐13; Senior division includes ages 14‐18.
CLOVER PHOTOGRAPHY 1. Exhibit is limited to a single photograph. 2. Subject of photograph must include 4‐leaf clover. (Photographs
of 3‐leaf clovers will NOT be accepted.) 3. 4‐leaf clover may be real or created. 4. Photograph may be color or black and white. 5. Follow all moun ng rules in the Cloverville Photo. Division. 6. Maximum photograph size 8"X12" 7. The 4‐H iden fica on tag should be located in the bo om right
hand corner. 1010 Junior Clover Photograph 1011 Senior Clover Photograph
1. Judging criteria will be based on implementa on of the 4‐H theme, 4‐H historical content, poster design (le ering, a rac veness, how well it conveys the message), as well as the effec veness of the poster to promote 4‐H.
2. Exhibit must be completed on a standard full size foam core board.
3. Posters may not include items or embellishments that make the poster 3‐dimensional.
4. Any use of the 4‐H Clover must adhere to the standards and guidelines of the registered 4‐H clover
5. Any color foam core board is acceptable.
1040 Junior Historical 4‐H Poster 1041 Senior Historical 4‐H Poster
Exhibition Classes for 2019
1. Tomato-any variety, plate of 3 large or 6 cherry 2. Cucumber-plate of 3 3. Beans-plate of 12 4. Corn-any variety, plate of 3 5. Vegetable Plant-grown in container 6. Flowers-1 bloom, any variety in small bottle with water 7. Sunflower-1 head, does not need to be mature 8. Houseplant or Hanging Basket 9. Forestry-5 leaves; pressed, mounted, and labeled with common name, where found, and date found 10. Jewelry- necklace or bracelet 11. Geology-10 rocks or fossils; mounted and labeled with name of rock 12. Wood Science-any wood item sanded 13. Photography-2 photos, any subject, mounted on 8 X 10 mounting or poster board 14. Foods-plate of 5 cookies, any type 15. Knitting/Crocheting/Needlepoint/Cross-stitch Crewel-1 item
16. T-shirts-decorated 17. Weaving-1 item 18. Leather Craft-1 item 19. Folk Art-1 painted item 20. Nature Craft-1 item 21. Ceramics-1 piece, stained or glazed 22. Drawing-pen, pencil, crayon, markers, chalk, charcoal 23. Painting-watercolor, oil, acrylic 24. Home Environment-any 1 item made for the home 25. Model-1 item, age appropriate 26. Popsicle Stick Craft-1 item 27. Holiday Craft-1 decoration, any materials 28. Recycled Craft-1 item 29. Electric-1 item 30. Papercraft-1 item 31. Miscellaneous-1 item that does not fit into any other class (no vegetables, no flowers, no animals)
For Youth Under the Age of 9
C O U N T Y F A I R 4 - H M E M B E R P A S S E S A v a i l a b l e a t E x t e n s i o n O f f i c e
Each year the fair board allows us to distribute discount passes for entrance into the Kenton County Fair to 4-H members for $2.00 each. There is a limit of 6 passes per enrolled 4-H’er. These passes do not include rides and are for 4-H youth only and not siblings or parents. They will be available beginning Monday, June 17, 2019, at the Durr Extension Office on Taylor Mill Road between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, until Thursday, July 18. They will also be available Sunday, July 14, at the 4-H Registration Booth at the Kenton County Fairgrounds. Checks or correct change are requested.
G O T T A P R O J E C T W I T H F L A I R ?
B r i n g i t t o t h e F a i r !
Do you have questions about entering your 4-H Projects in the Kenton County Fair? Call the extension office for your copy of “Gotta Project With Flair? Bring it to the Fair!” or stop in and pick one up.
C O U N T Y F A I R E X H I B I T S F a i r C h e c k - i n i s J u l y 1 4
Be working on those exhibits for the Kenton County Fair! The 4-H Building will be open on Sunday, July 14th from 1-3 p.m. to enter your exhibits. Make sure you have your tags and exhibitor number. Kenton County Fair registration/exhibitor numbers will be available Monday, June 17. Call the Extension Office at 356-3155 to get yours.
4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
Upcoming Livestock Events:
If you would like to visit the web site (www.kyagr.com) it will also give dates and events, go to Programs, then click Show & Fair Promotion.
The following are June livestock events: June 1: Kentucky Colonel District Lamb Show; Scott County Fairgrounds, Georgetown
June 1: Harrodsburg District Dairy Show; Mercer County Fairgrounds, Harrodsburg
June 1: Rough River District Swine Show, Breckinridge County Fairgrounds, Hardinsburg
June 3: Central Kentucky District Goat Show, Boyle County Fairgrounds, Danville
June 7: Central Kentucky District Swine Show; Bourbon County Fairgrounds, Paris
June 8: Top of Kentucky District Lamb Show, Boone County Fairgrounds, Burlington
June 8: Kentucky Junior Breeding/Market Goat Show, Mercer County Fairgrounds, Harrodsburg
June 10-11: Kentucky Junior Livestock Expo East; Derrickson Ag Complex, Morehead
June 12: West Kentucky District Swine Show, Muhlenberg Co. Agricultural Center, Powderly
June 13: Two Rivers District Goat Show; Muhlenberg County; Powderly
June 15: Central Kentucky District Youth Beef Show; Clark County Fairgrounds, Winchester
June 22-22: Western Rivers Kentucky Jr Livestock Expo; William Bill Cherry Ag/Expo Center; Murray
July 5: Northern Kentucky District Goat Show; Henry County Fairgrounds, New Castle
Livestock Sale Buyer Information Delivered
This is a reminder that entries for State Fair are due July 10th—this is a Wednesday so plan to have signed and sent by an earlier date. Remember to get your paperwork signed early. Please feel free to request or make copies at the Kenton County Extension Office to get your paperwork finished. No late entries will be accepted in the 4‐H Youth Livestock or Novice Shows. Remember to request exhibitor’s ckets. You must have a cket each me you enter the State Fairgrounds. Late entries are not accepted by the State Fair. Your entry must be postmarked by July 10.
State Fair entry forms and species rules for State Fair livestock shows were provided on Farm visits and can be mailed to 4‐H members who request them. All forms must be signed by an Extension Agent. Please make arrangements to complete your form so it can be signed early. Please call 356‐3155, if Diane can provide addi onal assistance.
State Fair Livestock Entry Deadline
Buyer informa on has been delivered to par cipa ng 4‐H members. Please make every
effort to contact your assigned buyers and encourage them to par cipate. All buyer
informa on must be returned to the Kenton County
Extension Office by June 20th. If you find a new buyer who was not on your list please contact Diane and ask if
anyone else was assigned that buyer.
Entry Deadline July 10
IF YOU MISS THE DEADLINE
YOU WILL NOT SHOW!
KENTON COUNTY 4-H JUNE CALENDAR 2019 Date Program
May 31-June 2 District 3 Horse Show; Lakeside Arena
June 4 Art Exploration; 9:00 a.m.-12:00 (noon); 12:30—3:30 p.m.; Kenton County Extension; Registration Required
June 5 & 6 Sand Painting; 9:00 a.m.—12:00 (noon); Kenton County Extension; Registration Required
June 7 Chocolate & Fudge; 9:00 a.m.-12:00 (noon); Kenton County Extension; Registration Required; Ages 12-18
June 8 District Lamb Show; Boone County Fairgrounds, Burlington
June 10 4-H Camp parent/camper check-in; 7:00 a.m.; 10990 Marshall Road
June 17 Kenton Lands Road Facility Open House; 4:00-6:00 p.m.; 450 Kenton Lands Rd; Erlanger
June 18-20 Pillowcase; 10:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m.; Kenton Lands Rd Facility; Registration Required
June 18 State Livestock Judging; Madison County, Richmond
June 20 Buyer Ticket Request Due by 4:30 p.m.; Kenton County Extension
June 24-28 Quilt Camp; 10:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m.; Kenton Lands Road Facility; Registration Required
June 27 Record Book Writing Workshop; 12:00—2:00 p.m.; Kenton Lands Rd Facility; Registration Required
July 1 Photography Class; 8:00-11:00 a.m..; Kenton Lands Rd Facility; Part One; Registration Required
July 2 Photography Class; 8:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m.; Cincinnati Zoo; Part Two; Registration Required
July 5 Record Book Deadline; 4:30 p.m.; Kenton County Extension Office; 10990 Marshall Road
July 8 & 9 4-H Print Making; 10:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m.; Northern Kentucky University; Registration Required
June 14 4-H Camp Arrival; 12:00 (noon); 10990 Marshall Road; Parent must present photo ID
June 4 Fair Board Meeting; 7:30 p.m.; Kenton County Extension Office; Marshall Road
June 17-19 State Livestock Judging
June 20 Livestock Buyer Packets; 6:00 p.m.; Kenton County Extension Office; Marshall Road
K E N T U C K Y S T A T E F A I R
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With the state fair only three months away, youth wishing to par cipate in one of the contests or events should begin thinking about poten al projects and coordina ng their par cipa on with our Kenton County 4‐H Agents. Contest informa on is available on the state 4‐H Website at h p://www.ca.uky.edu/Agcollege/4h/ or through the Kenton County Extension Office. A ending Cloverville during the Kentucky State Fair is a great chance to learn about the many opportuni es available in 4‐H. For more informa on about 4‐H programs, Cloverville or 4‐H’s par cipa on in the Kentucky State Fair, contact the Kenton County Coopera ve Extension Service at (859)356‐3155 or you can also visit www.kentoncountyextension.com.
STATE FAIR TICKET CLARIFICATION
Tickets are available to allow 4‐H’ers and their 4‐H leader to view Cloverville exhibits at a cost of $2.50 each*, payable to Kenton County 4‐H Council. (Checks only please, we cannot accept cash.) Prepayment is required by July 23, 2019. Parents and family members are not en tled to these reduced ckets. Our thanks to the State Fair Board for allowing our Cloverville 4‐H par cipants and their leaders this reduced cket rate.
5/31 - 6/2 • District 3 4-H Qualifying Show
June 2-7 • Campbell County 4-H Horse Camp
June 6-7 • State Horse Judging
June 6-7 • State 4-H Horse Contests
6/29-7/6 • State 4-H Horse Show at Kentucky Fair & Expo Center
BLAZIN’ BRIDLES CLUB NEWS
Blazin’ Bridles will meet on June 13 at the Kenton County Extension Office
from 6:30 ‐ 8:00 p.m.
If you have ques ons or concerns, please contact Michelle Huelsman
at (859) 803‐4534.
Sincerely, County Extension Agents
4-H Youth Development Education Kenton County
Diane Kelley [email protected]
Mary S. Averbeck [email protected]
Denise Donahue [email protected]
Kenton County Extension Assistants 4-H Youth Development
Lori Clark [email protected]
Celia Glaza [email protected]
Kenton County Extension 10990 Marshall Road Covington, KY 41015 RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED
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