Nebraska Extension in Garfield, Loup & Wheeler Counties

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4-H Youth wanting to compete in the 4-H county (roping) & 4-H State Horse shows must have completed the Horse Level requirements. Steve will be giving the written  Level testing by appointment only at the Garfield Courthouse. Questions to Steve Niemeyer @ 308-346-4200

Note: Time Change.

Interested in doing a 4-H quilting project this year, but don't know exactly how to start? Come to 4-H Quilt Planning Day to get ideas, find patterns and plan your project with 4-H quilt project leaders. This open house-style event will take place from 5:30PM-7:00PM at Hanna's Texstyles in Burwell on _________,  The only things you need to bring are your creativity and your enthusiasm for 4-H Quilt Quest!

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