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2 New 4-H Clubs Pop up in Hubbard County

Hubbard County has 2 new clubs forming.  This brings us up to 9 clubs for our 4-Hers to choose from.  How exciting.  Our first new club will be a traditional club with a focus on project learning especially in nature.  This club will meet at the Henrietta Town Hall just north of the Dorset Corner.  This new club will meet on the 2nd Monday of each month and it’s key leaders will be Kimberly and Jason Knaack.  If you are interested in giving this club a try, contact our office for more information about meeting times.  This club will get its new name as soon as they have a meeting and the kids can help name it. 

Our 2nd new club will be a performing arts club.  Yes, this is a project club.  They will be focusing on all aspects of drama.  From set design, to costuming, to lighting and sound and of course acting, this club hopes to give our 4-Hers a taste of what it’s like to be immersed into a play.  More information on when this club will meet and where will be sent to you in the very near future.  Charlie Edwins and Faith Kern will be the leaders of this new club.  Remember, you can have a primary club and a secondary club.  If this project club interests you, but you don’t want to leave your club family, consider making it your secondary club.  Try it out.  Maybe you will find a hidden passion.

I want to give a HUGE shout out to the Knaacks, Charlie and Faith for stepping forward and leading these new clubs.  It is a lot of work to start up a new club, but all four of these volunteers have taken on the challenge and are so excited about what is to come within their new club.



Mari Jo Lohmeier
County 4-H Program Coordinator
(218) 732-3391
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