Last year the 4-H had a difficult time obtaining running water in their food stand at the Hancock County Fair. This year, that has all changed. The fair has moved the group to a new location close to the show ring. As a consequence, they are more in the public eye and they have better amenities to work with. The new building is a temporary facility. Like last year, the 4-H groups will offer picnic table seating and close convenience to the show ring.
Proceeds from the sale of food from the stand go to help pay for the members 4-h state fees, membership scholarships, and registration fees. Many of these costs are things that are not affordable to many 4-H members.
Back by popular demand this year is the breakfast menu. The group started the menu last year and it saw great success.