CAYUGA CO., N.Y. — COVID-19 put a damper on The Cayuga County Fair this summer but that did not stop the 4-H youth from exhibiting their projects. Members embraced the challenge and participated in a Virtual 4-H Fair. Over 70 projects were entered in 10 Animal Science and Youth Building categories.
4-H members submitted videos or photos of the projects they completed and while the video doesn’t replace the fair, it still gives everyone the opportunity to demonstrate what they worked so hard on all year. Special slideshows showcasing our amazing youth are posted on the Cayuga County CCE Facebook page. Please follow our social media as we recognize the dedication and achievements of our 4-H Youth.
Congratulations to all the Cayuga County 4-H youth who participated: Jeffery C, Marissa B, Audrey B, Greta S, Lorelei M, Liam T, Adara T, Gavin T, Trista L, Zachary O, Lena W, Grace B, Cennedi M, Norah M, Brooke H, Charlotte M, Morgan J, Kailey K, Madison K, MacKenzie R, Amelya D, Arabella F, Alexis F, Kennedy S, and Cassie W.
Cayuga County 4-H is the primary youth development program of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Cayuga County. CCE Cayuga is part of the Cooperative Extension land grant system, a partnership between County, State, and Federal governments that is administered in New York State through Cornell University. Cornell Cooperative Extension puts knowledge to work in pursuit of economic vitality, ecological sustainability and social well-being. We bring local experience and research-based solutions together, helping New York State families and communities thrive in our rapidly changing world. Extension staff and trained volunteers deliver education programs, conduct applied research, and encourage community collaboration in Cayuga County. Cornell Cooperative Extension provides equal program and employment opportunities.
–Cornell Cooperative Extension Cayuga County
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