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Filling in the governor

  • Three girls from the Horse ’n’ Around 4-H Club in Bradford met with Gov. Maggie Hassan on Nov. 20 at the State House in Concord. Hayleigh Battles (top, from left), vice president of the club, Hayley Hogancamp, secretary, and Morgan Hemphill, president, filled the governor in on some of the things they are doing with their 4-H Club. They told the governor about how they sold calendars at Merrimack Farm and Country Store in Henniker and donated the money to the Live and Let Live Farm in Chichester. In addition to donating money, many of the kids from the club donated their time to help muck stalls for a day. The girls also discussed how they are working on the Heifer project where they will look to raise money which will go toward purchasing an animal for a family in need somewhere in the world.

    Three girls from the Horse ’n’ Around 4-H Club in Bradford met with Gov. Maggie Hassan on Nov. 20 at the State House in Concord. Hayleigh Battles (top, from left), vice president of the club, Hayley Hogancamp, secretary, and Morgan Hemphill, president, filled the governor in on some of the things they are doing with their 4-H Club. They told the governor about how they sold calendars at Merrimack Farm and Country Store in Henniker and donated the money to the Live and Let Live Farm in Chichester. In addition to donating money, many of the kids from the club donated their time to help muck stalls for a day. The girls also discussed how they are working on the Heifer project where they will look to raise money which will go toward purchasing an animal for a family in need somewhere in the world.

  • Three girls from the Horse ’n’ Around 4-H Club in Bradford met with Gov. Maggie Hassan on Nov. 20 at the State House in Concord. Hayleigh Battles (top, from left), vice president of the club, Hayley Hogancamp, secretary, and Morgan Hemphill, president, filled the governor in on some of the things they are doing with their 4-H Club. They told the governor about how they sold calendars at Merrimack Farm and Country Store in Henniker and donated the money to the Live and Let Live Farm in Chichester. In addition to donating money, many of the kids from the club donated their time to help muck stalls for a day. The girls also discussed how they are working on the Heifer project where they will look to raise money which will go toward purchasing an animal for a family in need somewhere in the world.

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