Lyndon Leaders 4-H Club raises funds for community betterment

By Leanne Shoup, Club Reporter


Lyndon Leaders man a popcorn booth at a recent flea market, from left, Garrett Shoup, Ethan Kneisler, in chair, Allie Kneisler and Leanne Shoup.

During the month of May, the Lyndon Leaders 4H Club sold Kettle Corn at the SugarPete Flea. The club plans to use the profits to make the community a better place. Some of the club ideas include painting parts of Main Street in Lyndon, repainting fire hydrants, planting flowers at the Lyndon Library, and cleaning up the community.

The club also had their monthly meeting on Sunday, May 22, 2016. Owen Driver gave a demonstration on how to make a worm farm. Kaelin and Ryan Bones each gave a project talk on how to take care of and feed a bottle calf. Garret Shoup ended the program by giving a demonstration on how to build a Lego fire house. The meeting wrapped up by club members enjoying recreation led by the Marcotte family which included a game of balloon ping pong with paper plates.

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