Mountaineers 4-H Club news


The Mountaineers 4-H Club wanted to help those affected by the flood in West Virginia. Many members purchased and sent cleaning supplies to aid in the recovery. Also, the club sent 106 teddy bears members had previously sewed and stuffed. Pictured are club members with the bears at their recent monthly meeting. Submitted by Club Reporter Mark Kincaid.


The Mountaineers 4-H Club recently had its July meeting at Krodel Park. After a short business meeting, including recognizing the recycling H.E.R.O.S., each member gave a presentation of their projects they are taking to the fair. To end the events of the evening, many members enjoyed fishing in the lake. Pictured are Matthew Kincaid, David Kapp, Cortney Campbell, and Allison Legg. Submitted by Club Reporter Mark Kincaid.


The Mountaineers 4-H Club wanted to help those affected by the flood in West Virginia. Many members purchased and sent cleaning supplies to aid in the recovery. Also, the club sent 106 teddy bears members had previously sewed and stuffed. Pictured are club members with the bears at their recent monthly meeting. Submitted by Club Reporter Mark Kincaid.

The Mountaineers 4-H Club recently had its July meeting at Krodel Park. After a short business meeting, including recognizing the recycling H.E.R.O.S., each member gave a presentation of their projects they are taking to the fair. To end the events of the evening, many members enjoyed fishing in the lake. Pictured are Matthew Kincaid, David Kapp, Cortney Campbell, and Allison Legg. Submitted by Club Reporter Mark Kincaid.

The Mountaineers 4-H Club wanted to help those affected by the flood in West Virginia. Many members purchased and sent cleaning supplies to aid in the recovery. Also, the club sent 106 teddy bears members had previously sewed and stuffed. Pictured are club members with the bears at their recent monthly meeting. Submitted by Club Reporter Mark Kincaid.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_7.23-PPR-Mountaineers-3.jpegThe Mountaineers 4-H Club wanted to help those affected by the flood in West Virginia. Many members purchased and sent cleaning supplies to aid in the recovery. Also, the club sent 106 teddy bears members had previously sewed and stuffed. Pictured are club members with the bears at their recent monthly meeting. Submitted by Club Reporter Mark Kincaid.

The Mountaineers 4-H Club recently had its July meeting at Krodel Park. After a short business meeting, including recognizing the recycling H.E.R.O.S., each member gave a presentation of their projects they are taking to the fair. To end the events of the evening, many members enjoyed fishing in the lake. Pictured are Matthew Kincaid, David Kapp, Cortney Campbell, and Allison Legg. Submitted by Club Reporter Mark Kincaid.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_7.23-PPR-Mountaineers-2-2.jpegThe Mountaineers 4-H Club recently had its July meeting at Krodel Park. After a short business meeting, including recognizing the recycling H.E.R.O.S., each member gave a presentation of their projects they are taking to the fair. To end the events of the evening, many members enjoyed fishing in the lake. Pictured are Matthew Kincaid, David Kapp, Cortney Campbell, and Allison Legg. Submitted by Club Reporter Mark Kincaid.
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