Richland County 4-H Jr. Leaders Host The Annual Dinner And Dance

 

The Junior Leaders that planned and put on the dinner and the dance for the community.

Every year the Jr. Leaders plan and host a dinner and dance for the community to attend. This year the event was held on April 17th at the Elks. The event was well attended with over 100 community members attending the event. The dinner and dance is not only a way to promote 4-H, but is also one of the biggest service learning activities that the Jr. Leaders take part of during the 4-H year. Every year all the proceeds from the dinner and dance are donated to a person, group or charity that is in need. This year is no exception, the Jr. Leaders will be donating fifty percent of the proceeds to the Ronald McDonald House in Billings, MT along with all the pop tabs they have been collecting throughout the year. The remaining proceeds will stay local and will be equally divided between the Matthew House and the Domestic Violence House. The Richland County 4-H Jr. Leaders are senior 4-H members from across the county who have dedicated themselves to going above and beyond the club level to develop leadership skills, plan and implement 4-H events, promote the 4-H program and serve as role models for younger 4-H members.


Reminder if you have any pop tabs the Jr. Leaders will be collecting them through August to donate them to the Ronald McDonald House in Billings, MT.

Photos courtesy of Josie Evenson.

John Helmuth, the president of the Junior Leaders talks about the donations to the Ronald McDonald House, the Matthew House and the Domestic Violence Center.

 

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