Come to the ‘Garden Party’ to help High Country 4-H

Krystal Castro, pictured here from left to right, with 4-H friends Madeline Secules, Gideon Gorino and Oliver Secules are excited that they will be able to entertain guests at the upcoming Garden Party that will make it possible for all 4-H members to go on an exciting educational field trip. Allison Renck photo
Krystal Castro, pictured here from left to right, with 4-H friends Madeline Secules, Gideon Gorino and Oliver Secules are excited that they will be able to entertain guests at the upcoming Garden Party that will make it possible for all 4-H members to go on an exciting educational field trip. Allison Renck photo

Krystal Castro

4-H Event Chairperson

Spring Time! Flowers are blooming and the bees are buzzing, with great news about the upcoming Garden Party event.

This event is being put on by Allison Renck and Jessica Bell to raise money for our club, High Country 4-H, to send us on an exciting educational field trip. High Country 4-H members will be doing presentations, and hosting fun games to play with family and friends. There will also be a chicken agility race and fun music to dance and listen to.

SLURP, AAHH! That’s the sound of a nice cold Root Beer float for $3 and it comes with a souvenir cup.

At this event, there will be vendors and a 4-H booth to tell you great information about the High Country 4-H Club.

We will also have a delicious dessert contest, silent auctions and a drawing for gifts. All the proceeds will go directly to the 4-H club and projects. The baskets that will be in the silent auction have all been made by volunteers who run project meetings.

The event will be at 52070 Elder Creek Road in Aguanga, Sunday, May 7, from 1-4 p.m.

Tickets for this event are $8 per person, which includes entrance fee, sandwich bar, lemonade and tea. It is a good time to spend time with your family and friends on a sunny Sunday afternoon.

If you would like more information about this Event or would like to purchase your tickets already, please contact Allison Renck at (951) 663-5452, Ali9591@aol.com or Jessica Bell at jessicabellhc@yahoo.com.

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