Melvern Jr. Highline cleans up at Oak Hill

Melvern Jr. Highline 4-H Club members and family who participated in a recent cleanup at Oak Hill Cemetery were Peter Roy, Jennifer Roy, Colt Sowers, Ellie Sowers, Braelyn McNally, Bo Sowers, Gentry McNally, Gradey McNally, Jamie Sowers, Pedon McNally, Landon Roy, Caleb McNally, and not pictured, Janae McNally. Courtesy photo.

By Bella Reeser
Club Reporter

Spring is here and for most people that means spring cleaning. For some, that might mean cleaning their house or yard. Melvern Jr. Highline 4-H Club members and their families decided to step outside that social norm and volunteered to help clean up Oak Hill Cemetery, outside of Quenemo. Melvern Jr. Highline members and their families spent the afternoon of April 20, 2019, picking up sticks and raking leaves to spruce up this old cemetery.

Other recent club activities include helping the Melvern Fair Board with a fundraiser breakfast to help support the Melvern Sunflower Days in June. The club assisted in this event March 30, cleaning tables and refilling drinks.

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