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Registration has opened for the 2024 4-H Tractor Safety Certification Course. 

When: Classes will be held on Saturday mornings from February 3rd to March 16th. 

Why: Successful completion of this 24-hour course along with passing scores on the written; skills; and driving exams, will
certify a 14*-15 year old youth to legally operate a tractor and farm machinery and meet the current Federal Bureau of
Labor Standards for employment of a minor. *Participants must be age 14 by the course completion date.

Cost: $50. Payment is required with registration. Course materials will be distributed at orientation. 

Class Location: Medina County Agricultural Society – Fair Office 720 W. Smith Rd., Medina OH 44256
Important Note: Students should have the basic ability to operate a farm tractor and have access to a farm tractor.
Registration Deadline: January 22nd, Must have 4 enrolled by the registration deadline for class to be offered.

Questions: Contact Rachel Chapman 330-661-6405 or

Click Here to Register

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