Kids Are Shown How to Redefine Their Lives

Lucas Fortney | The Gazette

MEDINA — If the responses of 12 children at the Medina County Fair on Wednesday are a guide, the next generation is in no short supply of future firefighters, artists and princesses.

The children ages 5 to 8 discussed careers and aspirations with Ohio State University leaders, who visited the fair on Youth Day.

Cathann Arceneaux Kress, dean of the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, read a story to the children in the 4-H Activities Building. The illustrated book, “Clothesline Clues to Jobs People Do,” was chosen for its career subject matter.

It featured recognizable images of jobs fundamental to every community.


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