South San Francisco, CA September 21, 2020 Submitted by SB Lion Peter Carey
With the cancellation of this year’s San Mateo County Fair, our local 4-H Club members were deprived of the opportunity to sell that which they worked so hard to raise, as is their annual custom.
4-H stands for HEAD, HEART, HANDS, HEALTH, and is the cornerstone of the work they perform and the lessons they learn.
While 4-H members might be most well known for raising prize-winning livestock, they also learn farming techniques and grow amazing fresh produce, and create delicious cakes and cookies. Further, they participate – and win!- robotics competitions and perform dramatic productions.
And like the San Bruno Lions, they help in the community.
All of their projects and activities showcase the values of the 4-H Club; Head, Heart, Hands, Health reflecting their motto ‘To make the best better.’
On Saturday, September 19th, the San Bruno Lions presented a $2,500 donation to the kids who raised livestock but were unable to sell at the County Fair, helping them to recoup some of their expenses. Mayor Rico Medina shared the presentation with family, friends, Lions, as well as 4H’ers.
About our local 4-H Club:
As the largest, non-profit youth organization in the country, 4-H has a proven history of making lasting change in the lives of young people.
Engaging youth to reach their fullest potential while advancing the field of youth development. We strive to encourage our youth to be leaders, participate in life skill projects, develop themselves through long term and short term goals and to explore the importance of science, engineering and math. Follow on FB HERE
If you would like to learn more about our local 4-H Club in San Mateo County please email firstname.lastname@example.org
About the San Bruno Lions Club:
If you would like to learn more about San Bruno Lions Club please contact Lion Ken Ibarra email@example.com