The Annual St. Clair County 4-H Council Auction is on Saturday, February 23 at Goodells County Park! The sale starts at 10 am and goes until all items are gone. All proceeds stay in the county to support 4-H programming. A community service project called “Operation 4-H Cares” – Mission Feeding our Community is an ongoing project that you can help with. Here are two opportunities for 4-H to give back to our community. Number one is, Kiss the Mini Horse Challenge. Someone will kiss the mini horse named “Boozy” for a good cause. Kiss the mini horse challenge will take place at the 4-H Council Auction. How does it work? 4-H Council Board Member Tim Warchuck and President of the Fair Board Rob Usakowski will compete to see who can collect the most money (votes) to kiss “Boozy” the mini horse. All proceeds will be donated to Mid-City Nutrition Soup Kitchen. Number two is, Operation 4-H Cares non-perishable food collection. Please bring your non-perishable food item to the auction. Items will be collected at the auction and donated to Mid-City Nutrition Soup Kitchen. Wish list items include but are not limited to the following.
Paper products like paper towels and toilet paper