Meigs Creek took first place in the large booth competition. Photo from Meigs County Extension.

MEIGS COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, Ohio – The 2019 4-H Club booth winners have been announced.

Each year 4-H clubs work to create booths highlighting the work club members have done for that year. Various projects are displayed along with creative ways to illustrate the year’s theme. This year the theme celebrates Meigs County’s Bicentennial with “Celebrating 200 Years of Meigs County with Carnival Lights & Country Nights.”

In the Large Booth category the winners are: first, Meigs Creek; second, Cowboy Boots and Country Roots; third, Rocksprings Raiders.

In the Small Booth category the winners are: first, Where the Blacktop Stops; second, Rough Riders; third, Klassy Klovers.

The booths may be viewed through the week of the Meigs County Fair in the Junior Fair Building.

Where the Blacktop Stops took first place in the small booth competition. Photo from Meigs County Extension.
Klass Klovers took third place in the small booth competition. Photo from Meigs County Extension.
Rough Riders took second place in the small booth category. Photo from Meigs County Extension.
Rocksprings Raiders earned third place in the large booth category. Photo from Meigs County Extension.
Cowboy Boots and Country Roots took second place in the large booth category. Photo from Meigs County Extension.

Thank you today’s fair coverage sponsor, Superior Auto Body.