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Photos submittedThe Bell County 4-H Community Club planned a full day for April 26. At 8:00 a.m. they had a food booth at Tractor Supply in Middlesboro and participated in the Tractor Supply 4-H Clover Campaign. At 11 a.m. they participated in the PRIDE clean up program by picking up 16 bags of garbage on Highway 119 on the east Pineville road.
Photos submittedThe Bell County 4-H Community Club planned a full day for April 26. At 8:00 a.m. they had a food booth at Tractor Supply in Middlesboro and participated in the Tractor Supply 4-H Clover Campaign. At 11 a.m. they participated in the PRIDE clean up program by picking up 16 bags of garbage on Highway 119 on the east Pineville road.
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The Bell County 4-H Community Club planned a full day for April 26. At 8:00 a.m. they had a food booth at Tractor Supply in Middlesboro and participated in the Tractor Supply 4-H Clover Campaign. At 11 a.m. they participated in the PRIDE clean up program by picking up 16 bags of garbage on Highway 119 on the east Pineville road.


The Bell County 4-H Community Club met May 10 for their regular monthly meeting. The 4-H Project for this month was photography taught by Richard Mason, 4-H club leader. The club meets the second Saturday of each month at the First Presbyterian Church in Pineville. If interested in joining 4-H call the Bell County Cooperative Extension Office, 606-337-2376.


 
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