LeFlore County 4-H Members Making the Best Better

Saturday, 31 July 2021 23:49

LeFlore County 4-H Members Making the Best Better Featured

Written by Danette Russell
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Pictured here are LeFlore County 4-H leaders, parents and members along with OSU Extension Staff. From left to right, Tanya and baby Waldroop, Hannah Reed, Toni Chaplin, Olivia Hendrix (front), Marsha Reed (4-H leader), Donna Walls, Extension staff, Jorja Hendrix (front), Kim Wilson, Melissa Hendrix, Ben Wilson, Jude Chaplin, Zoey Chaplin, Lucia Waldroop, Ann Nelson, Extension staff, Danette Russell, Extension Educator, and Julianne Waldroop. Pictured here are LeFlore County 4-H leaders, parents and members along with OSU Extension Staff. From left to right, Tanya and baby Waldroop, Hannah Reed, Toni Chaplin, Olivia Hendrix (front), Marsha Reed (4-H leader), Donna Walls, Extension staff, Jorja Hendrix (front), Kim Wilson, Melissa Hendrix, Ben Wilson, Jude Chaplin, Zoey Chaplin, Lucia Waldroop, Ann Nelson, Extension staff, Danette Russell, Extension Educator, and Julianne Waldroop.

 

The LeFlore County 4-H Youth Development Organization recently planted flowers at the LeFlore Co. Courthouse as a service project for the community.

 

4-H is open to all youth ages 8-19. If you are interested in joining 4-H, contact the OSU Extension Service at 918-647-8231.

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