Willing Workers 4-H Club 2022: Looking back on a year of community service – Osage County Online | Osage County News

Willing Workers 4-H Club 2022: Looking back on a year of community service

By Avery Thielen
Willing Workers 4-H Club Reporter

Ringing bells, working to help others, front, Kassie Thielen and Clara Thielen, back, Avery Thielen and Paige Thielen.

The Willing Workers 4-H Club loves to help the Osage City community. Last 4-H year the club found many new ways to help the community. During 4-H week members made cookies and gave them to the nursing homes and other medical centers to show appreciation to all medical workers. Around Christmas, members made cookies and went caroling at the Park Place Apartments and other assisted living locations and gave cookies to the residents living there.

In the winter the members volunteered to ring the bell for Salvation Army in front of Jerry’s Thriftway. Every year after Smoke in the Spring, the Willing Workers clean up all the trash left behind. In April, the Willing Workers brought a easter egg hunt back to Osage City. The easter egg hunt was held at the Osage City football field. In preparation for the fair, the club cleaned up the Osage City fairgrounds, and made pies for the Lions Club.

The Willing Workers 4-H Club looks forward to helping the community in new ways again this year.

 

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