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4-H Includes Olive Drab

Most 4-H projects take one weekend to complete and are usually done in a mad frenzy just before the local county fair. Pinterest has gone wild with weekend warrior 4-H ideas. Many 4H parents know exactly what I am talking about!

Dawson Ducommun, a 15-year-old from Cherokee, Iowa, is a member of the Mill Creek Valley 4-H club. He chose a project that he would work on over the 9 months leading up to the Cherokee County Fair in July 2018. While there were some last-minute items to take care of, Dawson got it entered...and went on to qualify

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