WR Rangers make personal pillowcases

From left, Caylee Selley of Ellsworth, Lilly Hepburn of Berlin Center, Delaney Crytzer of North Jackson and Avery Mountain of Lake Milton, members of the Western Reserve Rangers 4-H Club, display pillowcases they designed and sewed. (Submitted photo)

BERLIN CENTER – Members of the Western Reserve Rangers 4-H Club met March 1 to sew pillowcases of their own design. Delany Crytzer, Lilly Hepburn, Avery Mountain and Caylee Selley enjoyed time at the sewing machine and serger to create a pillowcase that reflected their interests.

Congratulations to Natalia Kresic who will represent Mahoning County and the State of Ohio in the area of Leadership at the National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Ga. from Nov. 27 to Dec. 1, 2020.

The 4-H Clothing members met at the Joann ETC Store in Boardman March 8 to select a pattern, fabric and notions for their 2020 4-H Fashion Projects. Ava Dickerhoof was welcomed as a new member to the club. Members will cut out their projects late in April at the home of advisor Kathleen Moser. Families were reminded that clothing projects should be completed before the July 15 Clothing Judging Event and Style Revue at the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center.

Rangers 4-H members will be doing project work, while furthering their individual skills and preparing for all future 4-H opportunities including 4-H camps, county and state competitions and community service activities.


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