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Winter Break Project Palooza

PHOTO COURTESY OF RACHEL FISHEL

From left, youngsters Dominick Delong, Bing Truong, Tristen Garretson and Jolina Porter prepare to shape their dough so it’s ready to bake. The kids were among those who participated in the Jefferson County ISU Extension office’s Winter Break Project Palooza Dec. 27-28 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. During the two-day workshop, the 4-H’ers in grades four through eight learned the art of bread making, created mosaic art, sewed their own pillows, made power snacks and designed a display on a healthy living topic.
PHOTO COURTESY OF RACHEL FISHEL From left, youngsters Dominick Delong, Bing Truong, Tristen Garretson and Jolina Porter prepare to shape their dough so it’s ready to bake. The kids were among those who participated in the Jefferson County ISU Extension office’s Winter Break Project Palooza Dec. 27-28 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. During the two-day workshop, the 4-H’ers in grades four through eight learned the art of bread making, created mosaic art, sewed their own pillows, made power snacks and designed a display on a healthy living topic.
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From left, youngsters Dominick Delong, Bing Truong, Tristen Garretson and Jolina Porter prepare to shape their dough so it’s ready to bake. The kids were among those who participated in the Jefferson County ISU Extension office’s Winter Break Project Palooza Dec. 27-28 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. During the two-day workshop, the 4-H’ers in grades four through eight learned the art of bread making, created mosaic art, sewed their own pillows, made power snacks and designed a display on a healthy living topic.