Fulton County 4-H Clubs prepared window displays or bulletin boards to help promote the 4-H Program during Fulton County 4-H Week, October 15-19.

Fulton County 4-H Clubs prepared window displays or bulletin boards to help promote the 4-H Program during Fulton County 4-H Week, October 15-19. 


The Clubs could use a theme of their choice, or the theme of “Inspire Kids To Do.” 


These displays were located throughout the county and nearby, in Farmington, Astoria, Bushnell, Lewistown and Cuba.


These displays were judged for originality, appearance, unity, and for how well they attract attention. The winning display was prepared by the Busy Bees 4-H Club. Their display was located at MidAmerica Bank in Lewistown. The winning club receives an award, and all clubs participating receive something for their club.  


Honorable Mention went to Farmington Lucky Clovers (at Farmington Public Library), Jolly Workers (at County Market in Lewistown), Country Kids (at the hair salon on the square in Cuba), Checkrow Volunteers (at Rosy’s Pizza in Bushnell), and Pleasant Spacemakers (at the Astoria Medical Clinic). The Fulton County 4-H Program appreciates these businesses and organizations allowing the displays to be at their locations.


All of these 4-H clubs will receive special recognition for their 4-H promotional work at the 4-H Achievement Program, scheduled for Nov. 11, 2:30 p.m. at the Lewistown Community High School auditorium. 


The public is invited.


For more information about the Fulton County 4-H Program, call 547-3711.