4-H Youth Development is people: youth and volunteers having fun while sharing, learning, growing, and becoming the best they can be!
4-H ENTRIES: Pierce County 4-H members enrolled in the individual project(s) in the current year may enter 4-H project categories at the fair.
Entry deadline for animal projects in July 21, 2016. See exhibitor guide for more details, available from your 4-H leader or at the 4-H office.
Entry deadlines for still life entries will be posted in the exhibitor guide and on the event pages.
Pierce County 4-H has one of the largest enrollments in the state. 4-H members learn by doing, and participating in fair events give them that opportunity.
Throughout the grounds, you will find exciting exhibits that will both interest and educate your whole family. 4-H members must enter projects at the Pierce County Fair in order to “qualify” for state level competition at the Washington State 4-H Fair held concurrently with the “Puyallup Fair” in September.
The FFA’s 457,278 members and 7,312 chapters represent all 50 states, as well as Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. FFA is a diverse organization, operating in rural, urban and suburban schools.
Students aged 12-21 enrolled in agricultural education programs are eligible for membership.
For more information on membership, visit our Join FFA section.
Members of several Pierce County FFA chapters will also be sharpening their exhibitor skills at the Pierce County Fair. Members, through animal and still life exhibits, will prove that there is a “Future For Agriculture”
FFA entries are due by July 21.
FFA ENTRIES MUST BE MAILED TO THE PIERCE COUNTY FAIR OFFICE NO LATER THAN ENTRY DATE.
PIERCE COUNTY FAIR
P.O. Box 4901
Spanaway, WA 98387