Lambert 4-Her Donates Hog to School Lunch Program

Brynn Spinner, Three Buttes 4-H Club, recently donated her back-up hog to the Lambert school lunch program. She said that Scotty Huft, Badland's Water Works, was so generous when he purchased her hog at the Richland County Fair that she did not need the money so she decided to donate the extra animal.

Spinner is 13 years old and has been a 4-H member for two years, with hogs and horses as her projects. Her favorite parts are going to the fair, hanging out with friends, and raising hogs. At home with her mom Jessica, dad Jim and an older brother and sister, Brynn prefers to be outside riding horses, moving cows, raising her hogs, and generally helping with whatever needs to be done. At school, she is a member of the Lambert volleyball team.

Lambert's head cook Leanne Evenson is delighted with the donation. Once it is processed into bacon and sausage, the pork will be used for hot breakfast, which is served five days a week. She called the donation awesome. "The Spinner family is awesome all the way around." she said. Spinner is grateful for all the help she has received with her projects.


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