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By Club Reporter Linden Holt
For the Courier 

Western Valley 4-H Report


Sierra Stoneberg Holt / For the Courier

Dale Leatherberry's dog receives his shots from Dr. Patti Maxwell. 4-Hers include parent Stacy Albus, Kade Strommen, Zora Holt, Trey Johnson, Linden Holt and Michael Ketchum. Not pictured are Cienna Strommen and Kodi McColly.

4-H has been very busy lately. Here's a peek at what they've been doing this year.

Sewing Camp

On April 24, Western Valley 4-H club held the Valley County Sewing Camp. Kids made their own pillowcases and buttons. Some great supporters were Roberta Britzman, Quilting Club, and the Glasgow Senior Citizen Center.

Rabies Clinic

On April 29, the Western Valley 4-H club hosted their annual Rabies Clinic in the Hinsdale Fire Hall where they vaccinated more than 10 dogs with veterinarian Dr. Patti Maxwell.

On May 1, the Lucky Clover 4-H Club hosted the 4-H annual Valley County 4-H Life Skills Day at the Nashua High School. There were many activities, such as giving speeches, illustrated talks, impromptu, and mock job interviews.

On May 15, the Western Valley 4-H club did their annual Theony Cemetery Cleanup. We had aid of Zoe Zabel from the Lucky Clover 4-H club and Eli Lacock.

Over all, it has been a good year for 4-H. We look forward to seeing you at our next event.


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