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October 24, 2020

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Ada 4-H campers know about Camp Ohio

Restroom renovation campaign underway

4-H Camp Ohio, the 4-H camp  serving youth from Ada and Hardin County 4-H, is raising money for a restroom renovation campaign.

The current restroom facility, which was constructed over 50 years ago, has limited privacy and is not compliant with the American Disabilities Act (ADA.)  

Approximately 8,000 youth and adults camp annually at 4-H Camp Ohio. These user groups are primarily from 4-H and school groups. In addition, 4-H Camp Ohio provides a retreat and workshop setting for civic organizations, businesses, scout groups, family reunions and others.

4-H Camp Ohio is the home camping facility for 14 county 4-H programs including Ashland, Coshocton, Delaware, Franklin, Hancock, Hardin, Holmes, Knox, Licking, Marion, Morrow, Muskingum, Perry and Wayne counties.

So far, camp has raised over $32,000 to begin this project,  and an additional $30,000 is needed.

To learn more or to donate, visit buckeyefunder.osu.edu online and click on 4-H Camp Ohio Facility Improvements or contact the Ohio State University Extension Hardin Office at 419-674-2297. The donation campaign runs through the end of October.