Generosity helps kids learn new skills

  • Thursday, December 17, 2015 9:55am
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To the lovely Homer community,

The “4-H ALLs” would like to thank Bruce Turkington at Spenard Builders Supply for donating wood to build our tool/tack boxes this past Saturday. Our young 4-Hers were able to learn woodworking skills such as using drills, hammers and sanders to make their own handy tool boxes. I also want to thank Sherry and Erik Pederson and Paul Bacher for making this cool project happen. 

I am always so grateful and proud to be part of a community that supports the development of its young people in such dynamic ways. What a wonderful community we live in.

Thank you,

Parent Tela Bacher and the 4-H ALLs

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