Milford 4-H Anniversary

Submitted photo Milford 4-H Club is celebrating 90 years of helping 4-H club members "make the best better." Since the 4-Her's value the community in which they live, go to school and their parents work, they have a goal to do at least 9 community service projects as part of their celebration. So on Tuesday, Jan. 9, Milford 4-H Club said "Thank You" to local Law Enforcement on Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, by bringing 90 treats for the officers and staff of the Law Enforcement Center. In the morning they brought in 45 doughnuts and donut holes with coffee. Then in the afternoon they brought 45 cookies with milk for the afternoon and evening shift employees. Front row (left to right): Aiden Schroeder, April Schroeder, Shelby Seifert. Middle row (left to right): Kallie Olson, Aubree Schmidt, Fynn Vavra, Frankee Vavra, Kate Schmidt, Korbin Olson, Alex Schroeder, Kaden Olson, Jayce Schroeder. Back row (left to right): Sheriff Rich Hoffman, Sergeant Jeremy Reed, Deputy Sheriff Jacob Stueber, Officer Aaron Lewandowski, MacKenze Vogel.

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Milford 4-H Club is celebrating 90 years of helping 4-H club members “make the best better.” Since the 4-Her’s value the community in which they live, go to school and their parents work, they have a goal to do at least 9 community service projects as part of their celebration. So on Tuesday, Jan. 9, Milford 4-H Club said “Thank You” to local Law Enforcement on Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, by bringing 90 treats for the officers and staff of the Law Enforcement Center. In the morning they brought in 45 doughnuts and donut holes with coffee. Then in the afternoon they brought 45 cookies with milk for the afternoon and evening shift employees. Front row (left to right): Aiden Schroeder, April Schroeder, Shelby Seifert. Middle row (left to right): Kallie Olson, Aubree Schmidt, Fynn Vavra, Frankee Vavra, Kate Schmidt, Korbin Olson, Alex Schroeder, Kaden Olson, Jayce Schroeder. Back row (left to right): Sheriff Rich Hoffman, Sergeant Jeremy Reed, Deputy Sheriff Jacob Stueber, Officer Aaron Lewandowski, MacKenze Vogel.

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