Miranda 4-H Invites Your Kids to Become Members

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Kids have fun and learn during their 4-H projects.

Miranda 4-H invites local youth to join them in exploring the wonders of craftsmanship and the heights of knowledge. The club is looking for new members. Anyone willing to join between the ages of 5 and 18 will be accepted. The members of Miranda 4-H club learn fun things like archery, cooking, sewing, blacksmithing, poultry, Lego engineering, swine, rabbits, goats, horses/miniature horses, outdoor skills, scrapbooking, and many more fun activities. You can choose to participate in any of these. So come and join Miranda 4-H.

The Miranda-Garberville-Redway area has only one club, Miranda 4-H Club.  The first community meeting of this year will be held on Tuesday, September 5th, at 6 P.M. in Miranda at Steven’s Hall.  New members are welcome. The enrollment cost is $47 per youth. It is a potluck so feel free to bring food if you want.

“4-H is a youth organization where kids…can learn by doing.  There are community meetings where you learn leadership, citizenship, and life skills. There are also project meetings where you get hands on learning experiences in the topics you choose,” said Shanna Archibold, 4-H Community leader.

Miranda 4-H would welcome any new members to the club. Anyone willing to learn is welcome in the Miranda 4-H. If you need any more information, contact Shanna Archibold at 707 498 7217. [Written by Malachi Church, 15 years old, 4-H Reporter]

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