Garcia-Soto Leads 4-H Clover College

Ileana Garcia-Soto taught Buffalo County 4-H members how to make paper flowers at the annual 4-H Clover College at the Marten Center in Mondovi on April 30, 2017. Youth and adult participants also created their own paper circuits and designed 3-D circuits with Snap Circuits with centers led by Annie Lisowski, Buffalo County 4-H Youth Development Educator. The Clover College learning experience was also an opportunity for 4-H members to be a part of the Countywide Service-Learning project for Backpack Meals towards food security. Financial contributions and non-perishable food items were donated. Youth and adults who engaged in fun and learning at Clover College included: Hope Larson, Patience Larson, Linda Larson, Grace Larson, Aidan Lisowski, Norah Lisowski, Ava Poeschel, Michelle Poeschel, Michelle Moats, Julia Moats, Alison George, Rachael Pronschinske, Jen Taylor, Ella Taylor, Whitney Kreibich, Melissa Kreibich, Jennifer Roetter, and Trent Roetter.

Ileana Garcia-Soto discusses a paper flower design with Whitney Kreibich of Lucky 16 4-H.

Jen Taylor, co-leader of Lucky 16 4-H club, helps Norah Lisowski, Patience Larson and Grace Larson read plans and create a circuit.

Ava Poeschel of Hilltop Cliimbers 4-H made a 3D illumination circuit with a projection screen from snap circuits.

Trent Roetter and his mother, Jennifer, created paper circuits at the 4-H Clover College on Sunday, April 30 in Mondovi.

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