Milford 4-H Club honors Law Enforcement
The Milford 4-H Club showed their appreciation to the New Ulm Police Department and the Brown County Sheriff’s Department on Thursday, Jan. 9, which was Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Thursday morning, before school, members brought muffins and coffee and thanked the officers for all they do to keep our community safe and a great place to live, work, and go to school. Then, after school on Thursday, the club returned to the Law Enforcement Center in New Ulm and met with members of the New Ulm Police Department and the Brown County Sheriff’s Department. The club brought cupcakes, milk, and water for them to enjoy in the afternoon. National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day is held annually on Jan. 9. Youth interested in joining the Milford 4-H Club should contact a member of the club, the Brown County Extension Office, or Co-Key Leaders, Christie Dewanz at 354-1998 or Michele Schroeder at 354-1829. The Milford 4-H Club meets in New Ulm the second Sunday of the month.
In the photo, from left, are First row: Alex Schroeder, Greta Bailey, Levi Bailey, Lillian Brandes, Olivia Hammer, Violet Hammer, Nora Bailey and Aiden Schroeder Second row: Chief Dave Borchert, Officer Tara Martin, Investigator Jeff Hohensee, Officer Andrew Achman, Clerk Pam Klossner, Sheriff Jason Seidl