Join with us and celebrate Hamilton County 4-H at our annual Cincinnati Buckeye Run,
Registration opens July 15, 2020.
Proceeds from this race benefit Hamilton County 4-H and our efforts to provide positive youth development through community clubs, school based initiatives, after-school programs and SPIN clubs.
Hamilton County 4-H has:
- Served nearly 4,000 youth, representing a diverse cross section of Hamilton County.
- Partnered with 50 classrooms for ChickQuest, and 4 school gardens thanks to the generous support of the L&L Nippert Cheritable Trust.
- Continued serving more than 600 youth through our innovative 4-H Agri-Science in the City Program in partnership Pleasant Hill Academyin College Hill.
- Provided more than 150 youth with the chance to exhibit their 4-H projects at the Hamilton County Community Fair. Projects included robotics, nutrition, photography, vegetable gardening, animal husbandry and leadership.
Registration opens July 15, until then you can donate to our efforts: https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_aXlanxhD9UDN2hD?fbclid=IwAR1VA55PjS5XTAP22j9rrQg8Nvcpts0rNMop3z3wYYUuW2B5VAoYC7YGAcM
Race Day Information:
This year's race will ve virtual. On
This year the Cincinnati Buckeye Run is going Virtual. No worrying about getting up at 7:00AM to make it to the event. Just log your miles and times from Sunday, September 6 to Saturday, September 19 for your chance to win prizes, gifts and to support Hamilton County 4-H.
The 2020 run is free but a suggested donation of $25 is appreciated. All funds are used for general operating expenses to enhance and extend the reach of Hamilton County 4-H.
After registering you'll receive a digital registration packet and a link to the liability waiver from OSU. We hope that you're ready to showcase your support for Hamilton County 4-H! #HamiCo4H #Cincy4H
Can't attend the race? Donate to our endowment: https://go.osu.edu/hc4hendowment.
Electronic Marketing Kit:
To order copies of flyers and post cards, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become an Event Supporter:
We are always accepting more supporters for our 2020 Cincinnati Buckeye Run, feel free to join us!
Event Support Levels:
Provide admission for ten 4-H members to attend the race for free.
Ten free race entries for your organization.
Your logo and company name will be placed on our race day banner, website, as well as the start and finish line.
Opportunity to put 1000 items in race day packets (that you provide).
Recognition in all event marketing.
Recognition from the podium at the start of the race.
Logo at the bottom of all signs along the race route.
Provide admission for five 4-H members to attend the race for free.
Five free race entries for your organization.
Your logo and company name will be placed on our race day banner, website and at the finish line.
Opportunity to put 500 items in race day packets (that you provide).
Recognition in all event marketing.
Provide admission for three 4-H members to attend the race for free.
Three free race entries for your organization.
Your logo and company name will be placed on our race day banner and on our website.
Opportunity to put 300 items in race day packets (that you provide).
Provide admission for one 4-H member to attend the race for free.
One free race entry for your organization.
Your logo and company name will be placed on one of our tables and on our website.
In Kind Donations:
If you are interested in donating products or services, we will assign you the appropriate level of support according to the value of your donation. Please note that the maximum level of benefit you can receive for in-kind donations is the $500 level. Examples include, healthy snacks, water, printing, gift certificates, t-shirts, medallions, etc.
How do I become a Supporter?
Contact Tony Staubach by August 1, 2020. Please make all checks payable to Ohio State University Extension, Hamilton County. Credit cards and cash can be taken in person at the address below.
OSU Extension, Hamilton County
Cincinnati Buckeye Run
4210 Dane Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45223
Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development