Club marks 10 years of 4-H projects

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Perhaps you noticed the welcome and goodbye signs as you visited the Johnson County 4-H and Agricultural Fair last week, or saw space for disabled friends and family members to watch a 4-H’er show livestock.

Those projects, along with remodeled restrooms, improved landscaping and a pre-fair party to drum up interest among could-be 4-H’ers are part of the work of 10-year members who join the Honors Group.

The Honors Group started in 2005, and as the fair closed this weekend, alumni gathered to reflect on their honor group legacy projects and how 4-H has influenced their lives.

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