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The 411: Youth

Stockdale 4-H meets Aug. 13

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By Gage Bush

School is around the corner and so is the new Stockdale 4-H year! Registration for children ages 9-18 or third through 12th grade will be Tuesday, Aug. 13, at 6 p.m. with a meeting starting at 7 p.m. in the Church of Christ at 633 S.H. 123 N. in Stockdale.

The Stockdale 4-H program is a hands-on youth organization that believes in building on a family’s foundation. Have you ever wondered why a hissing cockroach hisses, or wanted to learn how to make a fruit parfait, or learn how to identify wildlife animal tracks? Well, join the Stockdale 4-H Club to get the answers, and more exciting information.

For more information, call Sue Bush at 830-996-3796.

Gage Bush is the president of the Stockdale 4-H Club.

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