4-H kicks off spring season with annual carnival

Event funds programs and activities throughout the year

 

Anthony Ruiz / The Sun-Telegraph

Tickets purchased at the 4-H Spring Carnival could be used to play games or outright exchanged for prizes.

The Cheyenne County Fairgrounds were packed with people Saturday evening, months before the county fair, for games, food and fun at the annual 4-H Spring Carnival.

Attendees flocked to fifteen booths created and run by the various 4-H clubs within Cheyenne County, each featuring unique games such as target shooting, pillow fighting, prize fishing and more.

The annual carnival is the primary fundraiser for the county's 4-H council, funding its various activities and programs throughout the year.

Leyton High School senior Caitlyn Deal has been a member of the Cheyenne County 4-H for nine year...



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