Quotes from Buffalo County 4-H Record Books

This is a compilation of some of our 4-H members’ record book stories. These are excerpts that were interesting, powerful or unique. Not all members are recognized and these are portions of stories from Service-Learning, Youth Leadership and Cloverbud pages only. These young people deserve to be applauded for taking the time to reflect on […]

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State Fair Stitching Gives Warm Wishes in Buffalo County

Buffalo County 4-H offered ‘warm wishes’ to Buffalo County Human Servcies clientele involved in the Drug Endangered Children and Aging programs when Rachel Hovey of Lookout Legends 4-H and Abby George of Hilltop Climbers 4-H, presented social workers with several fleece blankets, stuffed animals, pillowcases and tote bags that were assembled and sewn by Buffalo […]

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4-H ways to help in wake of Hurricane Harvey

A message from Texas 4-H State Program Leader: Hurricane Harvey has definitely taken a toll on Texas, with millions affected by the damage to the Texas coast as well as the massive flooding in Houston and the surrounding areas – with more damage and loss anticipated in the coming days. Many across the state and […]

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MCYC Gives to Mondovi Police Department

Students at the Mondovi Community Youth Center learned through service this summer. They intentionally selected an organization to give back to that was important to them and their community; then they went about raising the awareness and the dollars needed to show their support! MCYC youth conducted a lemonade and bake sale during the week […]

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Meth Lab Warning Reminder for Roadside Clean Up Volunteers

News 8000 (La Crosse) Latest Video:  “The La Crosse County Sheriff’s Department, along with the West Central Metropolitan Enforcement Group, want to warn community members about the danger of meth waste.” Wisconsin DOT Adopt-A-Highway Safety Webpage  Roadside Cleanup: Beware of Meth Lab Waste  Resources on Meth Lab and its Impacts on Families by University of […]

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