River Valley Panthers 4-H Club members participated in welding project

4‑H youth programs are grounded in the belief that kids learn best by doing. Hands-on projects include science, health, agriculture and civic engagement.  4-H is all about project-based learning. From beef to photography, 4-H offers project learning, no matter where you are.
The River Valley Panthers 4-H club took advantage of a unique opportunity to get hands-on learning within the welding project area.
Bodley Equipment & Repair, Postville, opened their doors to these 4-H’ers to learn about the welding project area and get hands on experience. Each youth had the opportunity to create a welding project that will be exhibited at the Allamakee County Fair. Helping with the project day from Bodley Equipment and Repair included: Jamie Bodley, Mitchell Steffans, Craig Bodley and Dawson Hageman.
For more information on Allamakee County 4-H Programs, please contact the Allamakee County Extension Office at (563)-568-8274 or at www.extension.iastate.edu/

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