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4-H club assists at Winter Carnival

Jan 30, 2014
Photo by: Washington County 4-H Participants at the Winter Carnival had a variety of fun activities to chose from. 4-H Member, Kaycee Miller, assists with face painting. Kaycee is the daughter of Lyle and Lori Miller of Wellman.

Washington County 4-H members continue to volunteer their time and talent for community service projects all throughout Washington County. The Lime Creek Limelights 4-H members volunteered at the Wellman Elementary Winter Carnival on Jan. 25. 4-H Members Kaycee Miller and Alyssa McDowell helped with face painting. Kaia Temple and Lindsey Palmer worked together on applying tattoos. Erica McDowell, Avery Blauvelt and Jillian Nafziger all assisted with games.

“We have a few 4-H clubs that go above and beyond to be a part of community events and volunteering,” applauded Amy Green, 4-H Youth Coordinator. “It’s great to see 4-H be a valuable volunteer to so many other organizations. I greatly appreciate and applaud the time of those 4-H families and leaders.”

For more information on how to get involved with Washington County 4-H or if you have community service project ideas for 4-H clubs, please contact Amy at the Washington County Extension Office at 319-653-4811.


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