More than 300 Tuscarawas County 4-H’ers took over the fairgrounds in Dover, Ohio, earlier this summer. Continuing the tradition that has lasted more than 20 years, the students spent the day running races, jumping in sacks, bursting through obstacle courses, and digging in their heels at the finale event, tug of war. Even the youngest members weren’t left out; cloverbud 4-H’ers had their own set of activities, including jumping rope and hopscotch.
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