4-H'ers 'Go Green'Seventy-two youth from 11 counties attended this year’s 4-H camp, which had a “Go Green” theme.
Seventy-two youth from 11 counties attended this year’s 4-H camp, which had a “Go Green” theme. They enjoyed activities such as archery, sewing, recyclable crafts, memory books, games, songs and developing friendships. The camp was three days and two nights for 3-6 graders. Fourteen youth in grades 9-12 were trained as 4-H camp counselors and provided leadership to the camp. Local campers and counselors included (back row, left to right) Jill Lundeen of Brandon, Becca Fenlason of Evansville, Molly Maudal of Carlos, Taylor Saulsbury of Kensington, Megan Holl of Kensington and Dan Wagner of Brandon; (front row, left to right) Adam Fenlason of Evansville, Nolan Hart of Eagle Bend, Chase Schmidt of Evansville, Meg Hintzen of Carlos, Nicole Egenes of Alexandria. Not pictured: Gabe Kotek of Osakis.
4-H is open to anyone in grades K-13. For more information, call (320) 762-3890.