Hub Club supports youth programs

New Ulm FFA president Kayla Brandes, left, and advisor Jeff Nelson, right, accepted the Hub Club’s $750 check from board members Beth Fluegge, Shannon Hillesheim, and Kevin Yager at the chapter’s May 8 banquet.
Submitted photo The New Ulm Farm City Hub Club made three significant donations toward youth leadership programs recently. The club presented $750 checks—one each to the Brown County 4-H Federation, Nicollet County 4-H Federation, and the New Ulm FFA Chapter. The club has designated the donations toward leadership programs for youth as they grow and develop into effective leaders. Above: Hub Club directors Doug Schottle, left, and Randy Schroeder presented $750 checks to 4-H program coordinators Jaime Hanson of Brown County and Katie Johnson of Nicollet County on May 4.

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The New Ulm Farm City Hub Club made three significant donations toward youth leadership programs recently. The club presented $750 checks–one each to the Brown County 4-H Federation, Nicollet County 4-H Federation, and the New Ulm FFA Chapter. The club has designated the donations toward leadership programs for youth as they grow and develop into effective leaders. Above: Hub Club directors Doug Schottle, left, and Randy Schroeder presented $750 checks to 4-H program coordinators Jaime Hanson of Brown County and Katie Johnson of Nicollet County on May 4. Below: New Ulm FFA president Kayla Brandes, left, and advisor Jeff Nelson, right, accepted the Hub Club’s $750 check from board members Beth Fluegge, Shannon Hillesheim, and Kevin Yager at the chapter’s May 8 banquet.

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