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4-H’ers create more space for food at pantry

Members of the Clever Clovers 4-H Club in Lanark teamed up with the Shannon-Lanark Food Pantry for a woodworking project to increase the usable space of their existing shelves. Members unloaded the shelves, cut boards to size, and reloaded the shelves. The club will continue to help the pantry with additional projects. Members involved were Austin Miller, Connor Erbsen, Bradly Johnson, Lauren Johnson, Alyssa Miller, Quentin Frederick, Will Johnson, Nevin Erbsen, and Nathan Erbsen. Also pictured is Deb Foust, representing the Shannon-Lanark Food Pantry.
Members of the Clever Clovers 4-H Club in Lanark teamed up with the Shannon-Lanark Food Pantry for a woodworking project to increase the usable space of their existing shelves. Members unloaded the shelves, cut boards to size, and reloaded the shelves. The club will continue to help the pantry with additional projects. Members involved were Austin Miller, Connor Erbsen, Bradly Johnson, Lauren Johnson, Alyssa Miller, Quentin Frederick, Will Johnson, Nevin Erbsen, and Nathan Erbsen. Also pictured is Deb Foust, representing the Shannon-Lanark Food Pantry.

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Members of the Clever Clovers 4-H Club in Lanark teamed up with the Shannon-Lanark Food Pantry for a woodworking project to increase the usable space of their existing shelves. Members unloaded the shelves, cut boards to size, and reloaded the shelves. The club will continue to help the pantry with additional projects. Members involved were Austin Miller, Connor Erbsen, Bradly Johnson, Lauren Johnson, Alyssa Miller, Quentin Frederick, Will Johnson, Nevin Erbsen, and Nathan Erbsen. Also pictured is Deb Foust, representing the Shannon-Lanark Food Pantry.

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