Busy 4’s attend environmental day


The Busy 4’s shown wearing their recycled hats, a part of their environmental project.


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Emily Parsons (left) receives the Hall of Fame award for girl of the year. The group one first place for plastic recycling at the event.


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Members of the Busy 4’s 4-H Club attended activities at the 54th Youth Environmental Day on May 20 at North Bend State Park.

They participated in the parade wearing their recycled hats, visited the exhibits, played the scavenger hunt game and walked the trails where Shelby Thompson found a painted rock with a 4-H clover on it.

Emily Parsons was recognized as “girl of the year” for her involvement in environmental projects. The club received first place award for plastic recycling during afternoon program. Nicole Williams won the Haer Bears prize for her age group. Several members won prizes for participating in the scavenger hunt.

Submitted by Club Reporter Julia Parsons.

The Busy 4’s shown wearing their recycled hats, a part of their environmental project.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/06/web1_4H-Busy-4-1.jpgThe Busy 4’s shown wearing their recycled hats, a part of their environmental project. Courtesy

Emily Parsons (left) receives the Hall of Fame award for girl of the year. The group one first place for plastic recycling at the event.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/06/web1_BUSY-4-1.jpgEmily Parsons (left) receives the Hall of Fame award for girl of the year. The group one first place for plastic recycling at the event. Courtesy