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Wayne Crusaders 4-H Club makes tie blankets for Christian Family Solutions | By Alyce Herman

Town of Wayne, WI – Wayne Crusader 4-H club members got busy at their monthly meeting.

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Tie blankets were made for Christian Family Solutions as milestone gifts.

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The idea came up at a previous meeting when discussing how the club could give back to the community.

Part of the 4-H pledge is to give our hands to larger service, so this is where the idea of making tie blankets began.

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Fabric donated by a club member and tools brought by 4-H Club leader Deanna Schmidt made the process run smoothly.

This activity allowed members to work together to create a cozy gift. Knowing someone will be comforted by something club members made with their hands is incredibly fulfilling.

The project not only benefits the receiver but also teaches youth members how their involvement shows generosity to others.

Here’s to giving our hands to larger services one blanket at a time.

Interested in joining 4-H or wondering what 4-H has to offer? Great! You can get more information by reaching Deanna Schmidt, Lexi Odermann, or Renee Wenzlaff at [email protected]

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About the author: Alyce Herman is 17 years old and is currently taking online school through eAchieve Academy which is part of the Waukesha School District; she will graduate this year. “I love the flexibility it gives me and the learning setup. I would 100% recommend to anyone.”

Herman does not have a set plan after high school but is looking at going to tech school for interior design.

Herman attends Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Allenton and works at Schloemer Law Firm in West Bend part-time as legal courier/office help.

“I recently just joined 4-H in October. I decided to join because it allows me to use my God given abilities and talents to reach out in my local community, get involved, and meet others. Wayne Crusaders 4-H has been nothing but welcoming and I am so excited to take on my new role as the club’s reporter.”

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