POMEROY —The Meigs County 4-H Fashion Board members are giving the gift of warmth this holiday season.
During their November meeting the girls brought material to make n0-sew fleece blankets. Before the business meeting, they spent time helping each other cut and tie more than 10 of the easy to make blankets which were then donated to the Meigs County Department of Job and Family Services to be distributed as they are needed.
4-H Fashion Board is made up of 4-H members who have taken clothing projects and who are ready to step into a leadership role in the program. They are chosen for the Fashion Board according to their achievements and activities over their 4-H careers. The group completes community service projects, including the blankets and helping with trick-or-treat at Rocksprings Rehabilitation Center.
They explore the fashion designing and marketing world, organize the 4-H Style Review in July, and help to raise awareness of opportunities available through the 4-H clothing program.
For more information on the 4-H program, contact Michelle Stumbo, Meigs County 4-H Educator, at Stumbo.email@example.com or 992-6696.