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September 24, 2019 | 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. | Meadowbrook Mall, Pittsburg, KS
June 8th at 8:30 a.m. / Manhattan KS
Sewing Camp Youth Make Cat Cage Comforters
Jasmine Kyle with SEK Humane Society visited Sewing Camp in Girard with Buttercup! Our Sewing Camp youth were able to make cage comforters for cats and Jasmine explained what a positive difference they will make in animals awaiting adoption. We would like to give a very special thanks to the Dylan Meier "Get Busy Livin' "Foundation, Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas, the Anna Mae Brown Legacy Fund, and the Wildcat Extension Education Foundation for providing the means to hold Sewing Camp this summer.
4-H Favorite Foods Contest
The Favorite Foods Show is an exhibit and contest to encourage 4-H'ers to learn about meal planning, food preparation, and presentation. We had 11 4-H'ers from the Wildcat District present their favorite food.
Jr. Division Winner - Cooper Springer
Sr. Division Winner - Abigale Reaves
Plant Day at CHOICES Early Childhood Learning Center
Plant Day at CHOICES Early Childhood Learning Center in Pittsburg involved many fun and engaging activities. Youth painted stepping stones, planted flowers and vegetables, painted stones to place in the vegetable garden, created bird feeders, and much more!
Bread in a Bag
Wildcat District Agents traveled to Cherryvale Elementary School to make bread in a bag and butter with three classes of 3rd graders. Youth were also able to learn about grain - where it comes from and it's different forms.