Front row – left to right – Max Haywood, Eli Mosier, Sydney Stallings, Whitley Barbre, Juliana Bolerjack, Andi Allen, and Addyson Rahlfs
Back row – l to r – Katelyn Davis, Abbiegail Ochs, Easton Ochs, Troy Cox, and Marley Smith
The White County 4-H Cloverbud program has been a big hit this year. On April 6, the Cloverbuds were a little disappointed they could not go to the White County 4-H G.I.F.T. Garden to plant. They decided to go to the farm instead. Cloverbud leader Keesha Allen had homemade bread for them to taste test their freshly made butter they had made. They also made their favorite farm animal and practiced milking Millie the milk cow.
Luke Rahlfs milking Millie the milk cow
4-H is currently taking new members, so if anyone is interested in joining a club, call the Extension office at 618-382-2662, or attend the next club meeting of your choice! If you have special needs, just let the office know. If you are interested in 4-H workshops, or would like to see what 4-H is doing throughout the year, visit our Facebook page by searching “White County Illinois 4-H.” Be sure to “Like” our page so you do not miss anything happening in White County.