4-H Club hosts first visual arts meeting
BAXTER SPRINGS, Kan. — The Cherokee County 4-H Club met with their new project leader for their first visual arts meeting.
Susan Archer led members in making edible art out of candy and listened to the group’s goals for the new year.
Visual arts focuses on projects like painting and sketching, something these kids will be doing throughout the year leading up to the county fair in July.
The club gives kids a safe place to make new friends.
“It gives them an opportunity to get out, not only with their families, but get out with other kids that are their age and do something fun together,” said Katrina Elliott with 4-H Youth Development.
If you’re interested in signing your child up for a 4-H program, you can contact your local extension office here.
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