Grand County 4-hers take a ‘Spring Break’ |

Grand County 4-hers take a ‘Spring Break’

Courtesy of 4-H
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Grand County 4-H and the Kremmling Library hosted West Grand students for a Spring Break Camp on March 31 and April 1.

The students started at the library on Tuesday making their own snacks, building Lego sets, and enjoying the tennis courts. Then they participated in “Taste of 4-H” doing cake decorating, leathercraft, and archery with 4-H volunteers.

On Wednesday the group traveled to YMCA-Snow Mountain Ranch for rock climbing lessons and roller skating. The Extension Office would like to thank volunteers Kendra Wilkinson, Rick Wahl, Boden Jump, and Jeromy Huntington for making the camp possible.

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