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The 411: Youth


Wilson County 4-H enjoys ‘tea time’


Wilson County 4-H enjoys ‘tea time’
Members of Wood Valley 4-H Club present “Tea Time” during the Sept. 10 Wilson County Food Workshop in Stockdale.


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The Wilson County 4-H held the Wilson County Food Workshop Sept. 10, in the Stockdale Elementary School in Stockdale.

The Wood Valley and County Line 4-H clubs gave two presentations, titled “Tea Time” and “Utensils Fit for Royalty.”

Wood Valley’s members presented the variations of tea, the medicinal properties -- good and bad -- of tea, equipment used to brew and consume tea, and the finger foods served with tea.

The County Line 4-H group gave a presentation about all the different kinds of utensils used to prepare different kinds of foods for “royalty.” They asked volunteers to take part in a challenge to identify different types of cooking utensils.

After the presentations, Lisa Linebarger, Wilson County AgriLife Extension Service agent, introduced the 4-H kids to a new project, Healthy Lifestyle Competition. Since it’s a new contest, it is an invitational contest and it will be available at the Texas Roundup.

Attendees also donated canned foods and non-perishable items to “Draw the Bridge on Hunger.”

Members and guests enjoyed the presentations and the Sept. 10 activities.
 

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