Hub Club supports 4-H leadership training

The New Ulm Farm City Hub Club donated $750 each to the Brown and Nicollet County 4-H Federations recently. 4-H program coordinators from the counties accepted the donations at the Hub Club Board meeting Tuesday, May 1. The funds have been earmarked for leadership training. Since its founding in 1974, the New Ulm Farm City Hub Club has continued to follow its original purpose, that of promoting agriculture, agri-business, and ag education in the New Ulm area through various activities, events, and promotions. Support of 4-H programs is part of that mission. Above, Brown County 4-H Program Coordinator Jaime Sorenson accepted her county’s check from Hub Club president Beth Fluegge, center, as other board members looked on. They are, from left: Ken Reckard, Kevin Yager, Christina Schwab, Don Sanderson, Marie Guggisberg, Doug Schottle, and Brian Fischer.

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The New Ulm Farm City Hub Club donated $750 each to the Brown and Nicollet County 4-H Federations recently. 4-H program coordinators from the counties accepted the donations at the Hub Club Board meeting Tuesday, May 1. The funds have been earmarked for leadership training. Since its founding in 1974, the New Ulm Farm City Hub Club has continued to follow its original purpose, that of promoting agriculture, agri-business, and ag education in the New Ulm area through various activities, events, and promotions. Support of 4-H programs is part of that mission. Above, Brown County 4-H Program Coordinator Jaime Sorenson accepted her county’s check from Hub Club president Beth Fluegge, center, as other board members looked on. They are, from left: Ken Reckard, Kevin Yager, Christina Schwab, Don Sanderson, Marie Guggisberg, Doug Schottle, and Brian Fischer.

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