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Elizabeth Bok and steer "Maverick"Bok Family
2023 Dean's Charity Steer Show Event Details:
- Date: Tuesday, August 1, 2023
- Time: 2:00 p.m.
- Location: Voinovich Livestock & Trade Center at the Ohio Expo Center & State Fair
Celebrate Ohio agriculture, communities and children at the 2023 Dean’s Charity Steer Show. Teams will consist of a Team Captain, Team Champion, experienced 4-H youth, and a steer in the show ring. The event will be hosted by Cathann A. Kress, vice president and dean of The Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES). All proceeds will benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio. The Steer Show is coordinated by CFAES, Ohio Cattlemen’s Association, Telhio Credit Union and the Ohio State Fair.
Elizabeth Bok is the daughter of Darren and Julie Bok and is 16 years old with one older sister. She is going into her junior year at Fairview High School where she is a member of the volleyball team and FFA chapter where she participates in many activities and events. Elizabeth is a member of the Little Buckeyes 4-H Club and enjoys working with her animals in the barn and hanging out with friends. After high school, Elizabeth hopes to go to college and major in chemistry or agriculture. At the Dean’s Charity Steer Show, she and her steer, “Maverick”, will take the ring.
Greg Ubert founded Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea in Columbus, Ohio in 1991 which has been roasting award-winning coffee ever since. The Chicago Tribune named Crimson Cup “The most decorated coffee company in the Midwest” because of its significant trophy case. He sits on the Board of Directors at the Columbus Chamber of Commerce and Heartland Bank. He holds a B.A. in economics from Harvard University and resides in Upper Arlington with his wife, Laura and their three children.