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4-H News

Dakota Armstrong, left, and twin brother Wyatt help unload milk replacer and mineral blocks donated by the Countryside Clovers 4-H club for Northwest Ohio Farmers Nebraska Relief.– courtesy photo

Dakota Armstrong, left, and twin brother Wyatt help unload milk replacer and mineral blocks donated by the Countryside Clovers 4-H club for Northwest Ohio Farmers Nebraska Relief.– courtesy photo

The Countryside Clovers 4-H meeting was Tuesday, March 26, at St. James Lutheran Church. Election of officers was held: Simon Short, president; Nathan Rettig, vice president; Natalie Seibert, secretary; Collin Short, news reporter.

Quality assurance is Monday, April 8, 5 pm, at Delta High School, and Tuesday, April 9, 6 pm, at Archbold High School.

Two bags of milk replacer were donated to a ranch in the Nebraska flood plains.

The next meeting is Tuesday, April 9, 7 pm, at St. James Lutheran Church Elmira, Bring dimes for a dime auction.