4-H Clovers boost CVAR

Posted 11/1/16

Wild Clovers 4-H Dog Club is donating their project earnings to Center Valley Animal Rescue (CVAR). Last holiday season the club worked together to make leashes and treat bags, which they sold at the …

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4-H Clovers boost CVAR

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Wild Clovers 4-H Dog Club is donating their project earnings to Center Valley Animal Rescue (CVAR). Last holiday season the club worked together to make leashes and treat bags, which they sold at the Chimacum Arts & Craft Fair at Chimacum High School.

The braided leashes, made with parachute cord, were offered in a variety of colors and sizes and were a huge hit at the fair for the third year in a row.

Members also dusted off their sewing machines to stitch dog treat bags to bump up their earnings. The club unanimously decided, at their last meeting, to donate their proceeds to CVAR citing the organizations good work and compassion towards animals as the deciding factor. Wild Clovers have a booth at the upcoming Chimacum Arts and Crafts Fair, Dec. 10 and 11.

This year they are selling leashes and healthy, homemade dog treats.

Wild Clover members range in grade from second to 11th grade, and live in Jefferson County. All members have their own dog and work on the care and training of their dog. They spend the year working on community service projects and preparing for the County Fair, held every year in August at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds.

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