- Category: Cheyenne River 4-H Club
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The Cheyenne River 4-H club was reorganized a few years ago. There was a need for the club due to the distance members were traveling to attend other club meetings. Most of our members live at least 35 miles from Lusk, with the farthest family living 75 miles (one way)! We are still the smallest club with only eight members this year.
The club holds meetings six times a year. We usually hold our meeting in the evenings with a dinner prepared by the host family. We have had some excellent meals and fun times visiting with our 4-H families.
Our President, Danny Matney, represented Niobrara County and Wyoming at the Citizenship Washington Focus in Washington D.C. in June 2010.
Our community service project for this year was to send a package to a soldier in Iraq. We adopted Mr. Chadwick Scott and hope he has enjoyed the things we have sent him in appreciation for fighting for our country.
We are very proud of the leadership that our members have shown in our community.
We welcome new members and hope to see everyone at the fair. Be sure and look us up!!!