Lodge donates Bell Co. to 4-H


Courtesy photo Earlier this year Middlesboro Elks Lodge donated $250 to the Bell County 4-H Council for use in helping send children to summer camp. In June, 45 Bell County children attended J.M. Feltner 4-H Camp where they were provided with many opportunities for positive youth development. Camp is an environment where real life decisions are made, from selecting classes to making choices at mealtime and choosing friends and role models to follow. At camp, Bell County youth gained responsibility, team working skills and a true sense of belonging during their week there. Elks Past President Tommy Harrell presents the donation to 4-H Extension Agent Brandy Calvert.


Courtesy photo

Earlier this year Middlesboro Elks Lodge donated $250 to the Bell County 4-H Council for use in helping send children to summer camp. In June, 45 Bell County children attended J.M. Feltner 4-H Camp where they were provided with many opportunities for positive youth development. Camp is an environment where real life decisions are made, from selecting classes to making choices at mealtime and choosing friends and role models to follow. At camp, Bell County youth gained responsibility, team working skills and a true sense of belonging during their week there. Elks Past President Tommy Harrell presents the donation to 4-H Extension Agent Brandy Calvert.

Courtesy photo Earlier this year Middlesboro Elks Lodge donated $250 to the Bell County 4-H Council for use in helping send children to summer camp. In June, 45 Bell County children attended J.M. Feltner 4-H Camp where they were provided with many opportunities for positive youth development. Camp is an environment where real life decisions are made, from selecting classes to making choices at mealtime and choosing friends and role models to follow. At camp, Bell County youth gained responsibility, team working skills and a true sense of belonging during their week there. Elks Past President Tommy Harrell presents the donation to 4-H Extension Agent Brandy Calvert.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_4-H-Donation.jpgCourtesy photo Earlier this year Middlesboro Elks Lodge donated $250 to the Bell County 4-H Council for use in helping send children to summer camp. In June, 45 Bell County children attended J.M. Feltner 4-H Camp where they were provided with many opportunities for positive youth development. Camp is an environment where real life decisions are made, from selecting classes to making choices at mealtime and choosing friends and role models to follow. At camp, Bell County youth gained responsibility, team working skills and a true sense of belonging during their week there. Elks Past President Tommy Harrell presents the donation to 4-H Extension Agent Brandy Calvert.
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