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Local 4-H clubs ready to show at fair

Community-service projects and club business meetings have been conducted, public presentations and educational posters have been completed, and now 4-H youth throughout King County are ready to display what they have been learning since fall.

Kids, ages 5 to 19, participate in 4-H projects like dogs, robotics, photography, gardening, sewing and more each year from October through July and are ready to display the fruits of their labor at the King County Fair starting Thursday.

Participants will be trying to qualify for state-level competition in Puyallup in September. More information about the WSU Extension 4-H youth development program is available at 4h.wsu.edu or you can call 206-205-3152.

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