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Neighbors Growing Together | Nov 17, 2017

Generations of involvement in 4-H

Jul 16, 2013

Melba Grim, formerly of Louisa Center, but who now resides in Washington, became a leader of the Louisa County Farmerettes 4-H Club for girls in the early 1950s, when her two oldest daughters were old enough to join. Melba (pictured in the middle) is holding her club leader guide for Home Furnishings.

Standing from left are Renee Guy, Melba's granddaughter and a 4-H'er in Hardin County; Rita Johnson, daughter of Melba; Gary Johnson, Melba's son-in-law and a 4-H'er in Des Moines County as a young man; Jennifer Wagner, granddaughter of Melba, a 4-H'er in Hardin County and a 4-H leader of the Washington Go-Getters; and Melba Grim.

Seated from left are Olivia Postl, Zoe Wagner, and Rory Wagner. They are three of Melba's great-granddaughters and members of the Washington Go-Getters.

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