4-H Busy at Christmas

Written by Estero Bay News

January 13, 2023

The members of the Morro Bay 4H community service project, said 4-H Reporter Bailey Dunn, were busy making Christmas ornaments, place mats and cards to donate to the residents of Casa de Flores senior living facility located in Morro Bay.

Though the Morro Bay 4-H has already started its year, kids from 5-19-years old can join the club, which has numerous activities available. Current list of projects includes beef, sheep, goats, swine, poultry, turkeys, hiking, rabbits, gardening, Legos, leadership, community service, arts & crafts.

If young readers are interested in 4-H, they should contact the community club leader, Carla Wixom, at: at 805-441-7057. Information is also available on their website, see: https://ucanr.edu/sites/slo4-h.

Shown in the photo back row from left are: Amaya, Sanaya, and Bailey. Front row from left are: James, Aiden, and Rocko [sorry, last names were not provided]. Submitted photo

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