County Pride 4-H Club volunteers in community
By Destiny Kempf
Members of the Country Pride 4-H Club rang bells for the Salvation Army on Dec. 12, at the Weyauwega IGA.
The club members signed up to ring bells for one-hour increments.
The Country Pride 4-H Club hosted its annual Christmas party on Dec. 12, shortly after ringing bells for the Salvation Army.
The club members exchanged gifts, partook in a potluck supper and combined the Christmas party with their monthly meeting.
Members of the Country Pride 4-H Club went to Lakeview Manor to sing Christmas carols and play Bingo with the residents on Dec. 15.
Anyone interested in joining may attend the club’s next meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 4, in the lower level of the Weyauwega Public Library.
Destiny Kempf is the club reporter for Country Pride 4-H.