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By Teresa Simpson
Whitman County Gazette 

Youthful vigor hits the House

 

April 20, 2023

Jill Gfeller | Submitted

The Mockonema 4-H club and families after a hard day of work.

COLFAX - The Mockonema 4-H club and families did their annual community service project and cleaned up the Perkins House yard to prepare for the Perkins Reunion in June, Sunday, April 16.

Outreach coordinator for the Perkins House Jill Gfeller explained that the club chose the House as the project because it's family-friendly and serves their 4-H motto "Helping your club, community, country, and world."

Coordinators of the project included the new heads of staff for the House, Ronda, and Andrew Penwell, as well as 4-H leaders Rob and Heather Lustig and Neil and Liz Appel.

Kids of all age...



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