Club completes leaf collections


Courtesy photos The Bell County 4-H Community Club met July 18 at the Bell County Extension Office for their regular monthly meeting. After the business meeting, members began to complete their leaf collection. In June, the 4-H Club traveled to Clear Creek to collect leaves under the direction of Stacy White, Bell County extension agent for agriculture and natural resources. After drying the leaves in a leaf press for a month, members brought them to the meeting to mount. Stacy White shows Morgan Bond how to do leaf prints, while Richard Mason, club leader, looks on.


Nicolas Mullins applies glue to the back of each leaf and mounts it on card stock. All leaf collections were entered in the Bell County Fair.


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The Bell County 4-H Community Club met July 18 at the Bell County Extension Office for their regular monthly meeting. After the business meeting, members began to complete their leaf collection. In June, the 4-H Club traveled to Clear Creek to collect leaves under the direction of Stacy White, Bell County extension agent for agriculture and natural resources. After drying the leaves in a leaf press for a month, members brought them to the meeting to mount. Stacy White shows Morgan Bond how to do leaf prints, while Richard Mason, club leader, looks on.

Nicolas Mullins applies glue to the back of each leaf and mounts it on card stock. All leaf collections were entered in the Bell County Fair.

Courtesy photos The Bell County 4-H Community Club met July 18 at the Bell County Extension Office for their regular monthly meeting. After the business meeting, members began to complete their leaf collection. In June, the 4-H Club traveled to Clear Creek to collect leaves under the direction of Stacy White, Bell County extension agent for agriculture and natural resources. After drying the leaves in a leaf press for a month, members brought them to the meeting to mount. Stacy White shows Morgan Bond how to do leaf prints, while Richard Mason, club leader, looks on.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_Leaf-1.jpgCourtesy photos The Bell County 4-H Community Club met July 18 at the Bell County Extension Office for their regular monthly meeting. After the business meeting, members began to complete their leaf collection. In June, the 4-H Club traveled to Clear Creek to collect leaves under the direction of Stacy White, Bell County extension agent for agriculture and natural resources. After drying the leaves in a leaf press for a month, members brought them to the meeting to mount. Stacy White shows Morgan Bond how to do leaf prints, while Richard Mason, club leader, looks on.

Nicolas Mullins applies glue to the back of each leaf and mounts it on card stock. All leaf collections were entered in the Bell County Fair.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_Leaf-2.jpgNicolas Mullins applies glue to the back of each leaf and mounts it on card stock. All leaf collections were entered in the Bell County Fair.
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