All-N-One 4-H Club provides cookies for blood drive


The Fayette County All-N-One 4-H Club provided cookies for the American Red Cross blood drive on Feb. 9 at the Grace United Methodist Church. This is one of several community service projects the group participates in as a 4-H Club. All-N-One’s Community Service Leader is Kayla Miller. The cookies were received by Katie Bottorff, Red Cross Account Manager; Marlene Rankin; May Johnson and Nicol Reiterman, All-N-One Advisor.


The Fayette County All-N-One 4-H Club provided cookies for the American Red Cross blood drive on Feb. 9 at the Grace United Methodist Church. This is one of several community service projects the group participates in as a 4-H Club. All-N-One’s Community Service Leader is Kayla Miller. The cookies were received by Katie Bottorff, Red Cross Account Manager; Marlene Rankin; May Johnson and Nicol Reiterman, All-N-One Advisor.

The Fayette County All-N-One 4-H Club provided cookies for the American Red Cross blood drive on Feb. 9 at the Grace United Methodist Church. This is one of several community service projects the group participates in as a 4-H Club. All-N-One’s Community Service Leader is Kayla Miller. The cookies were received by Katie Bottorff, Red Cross Account Manager; Marlene Rankin; May Johnson and Nicol Reiterman, All-N-One Advisor.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_img334.jpgThe Fayette County All-N-One 4-H Club provided cookies for the American Red Cross blood drive on Feb. 9 at the Grace United Methodist Church. This is one of several community service projects the group participates in as a 4-H Club. All-N-One’s Community Service Leader is Kayla Miller. The cookies were received by Katie Bottorff, Red Cross Account Manager; Marlene Rankin; May Johnson and Nicol Reiterman, All-N-One Advisor.
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