4-H Achievement Day at VKH Farmers’ Market

Vankleek Hill Farmers’ Market welcomes the Prescott County 4-H Association on June 23, 2018 for an Achievement Day showcasing “learning by doing.” 4-H members will have baked and decorated cookies and cupcakes for sale to raise funds for the various clubs supported by the Association. Market visitors can participate in judging the “most creatively decorated cookie/cupcake”. The member with the most votes will be awarded the title “Bakers Dozen Master Sprinkler.”

4-H is a worldwide youth organization offering opportunities for youth to gain valuable life skills. The Prescott County 4-H Association volunteers manage clubs in Prescott County. The Vankleek Hill Farmers’ Market is a non-profit, volunteer run organization that encourages local farmers, processors and crafters.


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