Sidney participates in Panhandle-wide 4-H fundraiser

 


Area 4-H members will be among those holding fund raisers across the Panhandle to give back to families affected by the wildfires near Ash Hollow.

Demonstrating citizenship through community action is one of the primary goals of the National 4-H Program.

Panhandle 4-H will recognize the 4-H National Day of Service by participating in a fundraiser to help restore part of the fencing lost in the March 16 fire near Ash Hollow.

According to a press release from the Panhandle Research and Extension Center, the wildfire started near Lewellen, burning approximately 4,600 acres or 7 square miles o...



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