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Join 4-H Clubs this Fall as they "Pledge their Hands to Greater Service"

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Winter Workshop Community Service
October 8, 2016

The statewide 4-H community service project held each fall is a way for 4-H members across the state to work on accomplishing a common goal of helping others.  All members commit to help others by taking the 4-H pledge and pledging their hands to greater service.  Every 4-H club is asked to take part in the annual Massachusetts 4-H fall community service project, now in its tenth year.  This year clubs may collect food or other items such as clothing, books or personal care items for those in need and donate them to a pantry, shelter or other facility of their choice.  Every family receives a recyclable bag that can be used for the collection and donation.  We ask that every club designate someone to report their results through the online survey or by emailing their local Educator.  Thank you in advance for your participation!

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Youth Development and 4-H