LTS 4-H Club helps food pantry

Samuel Braucher 4-H club reporter
Roland-Story LTS 4H officers, from left, Makenna Carlson, Kade Faga, Reagan Schmitz, Alana Thorson, Tatem Lester, Carly Halstead, Nathan Faga, Sam Braucher, Brady Haberl and William Licht. Contributed photo

It has been a very busy semester for the Roland-Story LTS 4-H club.

In the fall, we elected officers and had a food drive. Thanks to the Roland community for helping us fill the middle school’s pantry.

In November, our club was honored at the 4H award ceremony for receiving the community service award from Nevada Golden Kiwanis.

Our yearly food drives and service projects at Bethany Manor helped us to receive the award. We will use the proceeds we received to help make some improvements to the county fairgrounds.

We have also made time this winter to have some fun and go ice skating together as a club.

Many members have started working on a variety of fair projects, and some are looking forward to the communication contest this spring.