WR Rangers donate items for rescued rabbits

Above, Western Reserve Rangers 4-H members make toys for rescued rabbits. (Submitted photo)
Right, Western Reserve Rangers 4-H members fill tubes with treats for bunnies. (Submitted photo)

BERLIN CENTER– Following the May meeting of Western Reserve Rangers 4-H Club, members made a variety of rabbit toys for the recused rabbits at Alchemy Acres, an animal sanctuary in Salem. Health Leader Aurumn Reed, a volunteer at the facility, organized the activity for the members.

Vice President Isabel Schors led the meeting. Several members planned to participate in the Small and Exotic Animal Fun Show at the Canfield Fairgrounds on May 18. Members signed up to participate in the Berlin Township Memorial Day Parade and the Canfield Fourth of July Parade.

Lilly Hepburn and Kayla Sharfal displayed the progress on the quilts they are making for the “You Can Quilt” Project led by advisor Robin Reph. Several members with Clothing Projects shared something new they learned when they cut out their projects in April.


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