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Blossom Trail 4-H competing at the Big Fresno Fair, in the Dairy Goat Champion Selection for All Other Purebred. Front row, on the left is Timothy Piquette, and on the right is Hannah Rusconi. Back row on the left is Lauren Leonard, and on the right is Rachel Rusconi. (Photo by Hannah Rusconi)

Blossom Trail 4-H gets creative to keep club experiences fun amid the pandemic

By Hannah Rusconi, Blossom Trail 4-H Reporter Being in 4-H is a fun opportunity to learn about almost anything! You get hands on experience on anything from animals to crafts to archery.  Right now because of COVID-19, 4-H looks a little different. 4-H is designed in a way where you meet and work together in…

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About CherylSenn

CherylSenn
Cheryl Senn is a freelance writer and photographer who has lived in the community of Sanger for more than 20 years. She is the mother of two daughters, Althea and Xena. Cheryl volunteers her time, in the community, in a variety of ways. She has been a Parent Teacher Association (PTA) leader for more than 15 years. In addition to PTA, Cheryl is a board member for the Sanger Community Task Force, Sanger Woman’s Club, HOPE Sanger, and a Fresno County 4H Project Leader. Cheryl’s goal is to help people see why Sanger is a great community to live in.