High Country 4-H Club spreads some happiness during COVID-19

High Country 4-H Club gives out planted seeds in hand-painted flower planters to cheer up the community during COVID-19. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Ariana Madrid  Special to Anza Valley Outlook High Country 4-H Club wanted to make a contribution to the community, so they decided to give out hand-painted flower pots and packaged flower and herb seeds. The High Country 4-H Club board members arranged to give the planters and seeds away at the Community Food Bank, Nov. 12. Nine 4-H Club members and their families went to the Anza Community Hall to pass out the pots which they had painted. Because of the current health orders due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 4-H Club families took shifts passing out the planters. The 4-H Club gave the planters away for free. Most people took one, but some people did not. One person wanted to give the 4-H Club a donation for the gift, but the club did not accept the gift because they were
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