Hub Club supports youth leadership programs

Donations to 4-H, FFA programs in Nicollet, Brown Counties

Submitted photo Hub Club board member Randy Schroeder, center, made the presentation to Brown County Program Coordinator Abigail Schwab, to the left, and Nicollet County 4-H Federation Treasurer Jacob Vogel, to the right. Pictured are, from left: Hub Club board members Ken Reckard, Christina Schwab, and Julie Wilson; A. Schwab, Schroeder, J. Vogel, Amanda and Michele Vogel; and Hub Club directors Don Sanderson, Doug Schottle, and Marie Guggisberg. Not pictured: board member Ruth Klossner.
Submitted photo Hub Club president Ken Reckard presented the club’s $1,000 donation to incoming New Ulm FFA president Carter Brandes at the chapter banquet.

The New Ulm Farm City Hub Club donated $1,000 each to the Nicollet and Brown County 4-H Federations and to the New Ulm FFA recently.

Club members presented a check to the FFA at that group’s banquet in May and to representatives of the 4-H programs Tuesday, June 4. 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 youth projects is part of that program.

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