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4-H Calf Raising Club starting up

DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT

In conjunction with the Maryland Creek Ranch, Summit County 4-H will start a calf-raising club. Kids will learn how to take care of and raise Scottish Highland Cattle. The club is open to kids aged 8-18. The club will be led by 4-H volunteer leaders Mike Bohrer and Leonard Causland of the Maryland Creek Ranch. For more information, contact Kathie Kralik, director of Summit County 4-H, at (970) 668-4142. The first club outing to the Maryland Creek Ranch is Saturday at 8 a.m.Summit County 4-H is a youth development program teaching kids life skills of leadership, decision making, commitment, respect and responsibility.


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