The boys and girls of the River Valley 4H Club had a busy summer.
They had a hamburger booth at the Art & Treasure Weekend at Parry’s Market in Happy Camp.
They participated in Seiad Day parade and had a booth at the event. Many of the members came home from the County Fair with ribbons and awards for the showing of their animals and livestock.
4H is a great activity for boys and girls along the Klamath River!
By Judy Bushy
The weather was beautiful, as it “always” is in Happy Camp. It was a busy weekend with lots of fun activities going on.
Parry’s Market had their meat and produce sale under a big tent. Shopping for groceries was never more fun! The big tent and the red hawaiian shirts were fun! They also invited Radio Personalities to come and play music and entertain the pedestrians on Davis Road.
The River Valley 4-H Club served hot dogs and hamburgers with all the trimmings as a fundraiser There was also popcorn and ice cream by the Happy Camp Resource Center.
The Klamath/Siskiyou Art gallery was the scene of supper. They’ve been serving Friday suppers to Happy Campers in an effort to raise funds toward their new art gallery. They offer some really delicious and unique fare that you will not find at any otter place.
The Freshman Class of Happy Camp High School (2010 graduates!) had a car wash and were very successful in their fundraising!
The Cub Scouts had their Pinewood Derby at the Elementary School on Saturday morning and then went to the Davis Road activities.
Although the events were different than anticipated at the first Art & Treasure event, this 2nd annual Art & Treasure event was a lot of fun and good food!
A 4H club was formed in Happy Camp this last winter. Projects this year include rabbits, swine, horses, crafts, cooking, archery, hiking, and camping.
4H Club members at the July 11, 2001 meeting.
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