4-H FCS Board to hold Cooking and Sewing Fun Night


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The 2016 4-H FCS Board (pictured) will be helping youth at the Cooking and Sewing Fun Night on Feb. 19.


The Fayette County 4-H FCS Board would like to invite 4-H eligible youth to attend the Cooking and Sewing Fun Night on Friday, Feb. 19 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Agricultural Center Meeting Room, 1415 U.S. Route 22 Southwest, Washington Court House (or Extension Office).

The cost is $4, which includes materials and pizza for the evening.

You will have the choice of learning to sew something or learning how to cook using two recipes. Those sewing will learn how to use the sewing machine and will make a pillow or a doll dress for an 18” doll.

Those choosing to cook will learn how to measure ingredients correctly and read a recipe. They will make trail mix and either bean salsa or nachos.

You do not have to be signed up for a nutrition or clothing project to attend. If you are interested in signing up for a project, we can provide you with information that evening. You must make a reservation to attend. Please call 740-335-1150 to make a reservation.

The 4-H FCS Board hopes to encourage interest in 4-H projects such as nutrition, clothing, and special interest projects. The board also wants to help those taking these projects to improve their skills.

The 4-H FCS Board will be helping youth at the Cooking and Sewing Fun Night. Those on the 2016 4-H FCS Board are Clare Sollars, Madisyn Callahan, Ginni Schappacher, Kayla Miller, Anna Robinson, Therese Robinson, Victoria Schappacher, Victoria Waits, Trevor Minyo, Laura Robinson and Abbie Brandt.

The 2016 4-H FCS Board (pictured) will be helping youth at the Cooking and Sewing Fun Night on Feb. 19.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_2016-4-H-FCS-Board.jpgThe 2016 4-H FCS Board (pictured) will be helping youth at the Cooking and Sewing Fun Night on Feb. 19.

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