By: Hailey Harmon
During this summer, the Goats and Udder Things 4-H Club has dedicated themselves to helping the community.
Part of the 4-H pledge is “hands to larger service” and that has definitely reflected in the community between flower planting, the roadside cleanup, and petting zoos.
Not only is this club dedicated to serving the community, but it is also dedicated to preparing it’s members for judging and showmanship.
A special thanks to Linda and the advisors for taking their time to help prepare the club members and make the club possible.
Also, a special thanks to the club president, Emily Miller, the vice president, Levi Short, the secretary, Leash Mishka, the treasurer, Alexandria Paulson, the health officer, Luke Snyder, the safety officer, Adam Zeiter, the community service reporter, Ella Mishka, and the historian, Derek Zeiter for all the work they’ve done to benefit the club.
The Goats and Udder Things 4-H Club is a club of dedication and hard work, pledging their heads, hearts, hands, and health all to the good of the club, community, country, and world.
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