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Freedom Riders 4-H gears up for upcoming events

Freedom Riders 4-H gears up for upcoming events
Members of Freedom Riders 4-H Club get creative with their llama-themed Christmas cards.

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November 20, 2013
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The Freedom Riders 4-H Club met on Nov. 3 in the home of club leader Susan Leslie. The club conducted business as usual, making plans for an upcoming clean-up project at the La Vernia Chamber of Commerce Hall.

Club members also received Angel Tree gift tags to purchase Christmas gifts for needy children in Mexico, which is always the highlight of the meeting because the club members are anxious to find just the right gift for that special girl or boy!

The monthly meeting was concluded by creating llama-themed Christmas cards for residents of the local nursing homes.

The next Freedom Riders 4-H Club meeting will be held on Sunday, Dec. 1, at 4 p.m. in the same location.

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