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by Nathan Braaten

    Seventy-three youth participated in the 2018 Todd County 4-H Project Fun Day on February 17 at the First Baptist Church in Long Prairie.  

    It is an event designed and open to all Todd County youth to explore a variety of interests by engaging in creative projects.  The 4-H program encourages learning by doing.

    We want youth to ‘get their hands dirty’ whether it means digging in the soil as they learn about earthworms or operating a drill as they build a birdhouse.      

    We offered 12 project areas youth could choose to explore.          It is Todd County 4-H’s goal to expose youth to a variety of learning options and encourage them to continue exploring their interests by enrolling as a 4-H member.

    See more photos of the event in this week’s issue.

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