Food Bank Help from 4-H

Pat Hartman, seated center, accepts a check from the 4-H chapter
to help with Food Bank needs. --D. Stack photo

January 18, 2001
Seeley Swan Pathfinder
Seeley Lake, Montana

by Patricia Swan Smith
For the Pathfinder

The Seeley Lake Trail Blazers 4-H Club donated $250 to local organizations this year. Before Christmas, they donated $150 to the Seeley Lake Food Bank.

Besides the donation to the food bank, the 4-H members bagged and picked up the food donated during the food drive.

They also donated $25 to each of the following: Giving Tree at the Valley market, Paws Up Safe House, the Lions Club, the Historical Society and to the 4-H Country Camp.

Twenty-two members make up the club and their ages range from 9 to 15.

Patti Bartlett-Dunlap said that the members make the money through 4-H concession stands at different events during the year, and donate most of it to good causes.

Make sure to support the 4-H kids by stopping by their concession stands!

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