THE ELKHART COUNTY 4-H FAIR AND ITS FACILITIES WERE ESTABLISHED, EXPANDED AND ARE TO BE MAINTAINED TO ENHANCE AND ENCOURAGE FAMILY AND YOUTH PROGRAMS THAT PROMOTE THE PRINCIPLES EXPRESSED IN THE 4-H CREED: "HEAD, HEART, HAND AND HEALTH". YEAR ROUND ACTIVITY, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND INCREASED COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT ARE THE BASE FOR CONTINUED PURSUIT OF OUR PURPOSES AND IDEALS. THROUGH PARTICIPATION IN PROGRAMS OF LEADERSHIP, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, CITIZENSHIP, CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT, WE WILL WORK TO ENRICH THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR FAMILY AND COMMUNITY.THE VOLUNTEER SPIRIT MUST BE ENCOURAGED IN ALL WAYS TO CONTINUE THE TRADITIONS, PRIDE AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE FAIR.
17746 COUNTY ROAD 34 STE D
GOSHEN, IN 46528
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Elkhart County 4-H & Agricultural Exposition Inc
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