Roundup of 4-H news for Nov. 5, 2020

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STRASBURG, Ohio — The Happy Harvesters 4-H Club, of Strasburg, had its sixth online meeting Oct. 18. Members discussed the Ohio 4-H Achievement Award and older youth opportunities like junior fairboard, food and fashion board and camp counselor. Applications are due in November.

Several members showed at the Tuscarawas County Fair this year. Grace Haswell placed second in her pygmy goat class, Cole Himes placed fourth in his weight class for market hog and Wyema Porter’s market ducks took fourth in their weight class. Porter also received her plaque for a first place in the county with the Alcohol & Drug Abuse miscellaneous project.

The club has a new community service project in the works. All of the members at the meeting voted to fill shoeboxes for Operation: Christmas Child this year. They will be working with the Community Bible Church-Loving People and the Cross Caffe, both of Strasburg, on the project.

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