4-Hers explore the world of small animals


Storey Jackson, 4-H Leader, shares ideas and tips for creating educational posters. - submitted photos

(Keller – 8/1/18) Keller Valley Highriders 4-H Club hosted a 4-H Small Animal Clinic Wednesday, August 1, 2018, at the Keller Community Center. Youth and families came together to learn how to care for chickens and rabbits and to prepare their small animal 4-H projects for exhibition at the Ferry County Fair.

A variety of topics were covered during this educational workshop. Storey Jackson, 4-H Leader, and Linda McLean, Colville Reservation WSU Extension Director, taught about Educational Posters, Basic Animal Care, Safety while Working with Animals, Sportsmanship In and Out of the Show-R...

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