May 16, 2017

News Release

For Immediate Release

EDITOR'S NOTE: Members of the media may contact Jeannette Rea-Keywood, Rutgers 4‑H Youth Development Program by phone at 609-827-0199 or by email at

4-H Spring Antique Show Set for May 21

The 4‑H Spring Antique Show is set for Sunday, May 21, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM at the Hunterdon County 4‑H & Ag Fairgrounds located in South County Park at 1207 Route 179 in Lambertville. Over 50 experienced antique dealers will be selling a wide range of fine antiques and high quality collectibles spanning the past two centuries.

A variety of styles and types of antiques including furniture; fine silver and estate jewelry; linens; folk art; pottery and decorated stoneware; fine collectibles; and other items will be available to compliment collections and to furnish homes.

Admission to the show is $7.00/person ($6.00/person with this article, a show card, or an ad). The show is sponsored by the State 4‑H Association of the New Jersey 4‑H Program and is managed by Ellen Katona and Bob Lutz. Food will be available for purchase during the show.

The State 4‑H Association is comprised of two 4‑H volunteers from each county. The primary purpose for the group is to assist in maintaining and expanding a strong 4‑H Youth Development Program in New Jersey. The chair for this event is Louisa Cole from Hunterdon County. The executive committee members of the State 4‑H Association are: President, Buddy Nemetz (Bergen County); Vice President, Teri Stanton (Hunterdon County); Secretary, Sarah Cobb (Salem County) and Treasurer, Cathy Ahrendts (Cape May County). The money raised from this Antique Show will assist with the cost of sending delegates from New Jersey to 4‑H Citizenship Washington Focus and other national 4‑H events.

For further information please contact the show managers, Ellen Katona and Bob Lutz at 856-459-2229 or by email ( ). To learn more about the New Jersey 4‑H Program visit the New Jersey 4‑H website:


Cooperating Agencies: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and County Boards of Chosen Freeholders. Rutgers Cooperative Extension, a unit of the Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, is an qual opportunity program provider and employer.

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