Thank You to Maple Grove Countryside 4-H Club

Maple Grove Countryside 4-H Club 2-2014

We want to say THANK YOU to the 29 youth members from the Maple Grove Countryside 4-H club, in Pulaski, for making tied blankets for the American Red Cross.

Our Red Cross workers hand-out these blankets to children and adults who have been impacted by a disaster. These blankets provide more than just warmth, they provide comfort and hope to our clients! 


Bringing Comfort & Care at a Time When Needed Most!

Blankets are more than just fabric & thread! The home-made blankets and quilts the American Red Cross receives from generous quilting clubs, church groups and youth organizations provide comfort and care during a time when a person needs it most.

Thank you to Maple Grove Countryside 4-H Club for giving of your time, talent and support to give comfort to those in need.

 Submitted by:  Stephanie Peterman, 4-H Leader

On Thursday, January 10th youth members of the Maple Grove Countryside 4-H Club of Shawano County met at the Pulaski High School to cut and tie a total of 10 fleece blankets.  Older youth did most all of the cutting of the ties while the younger members started tying the blankets.  This community service activity became one of the many community service projects that the 4-H club does throughout the year.


Maple Grove Countryside 4-H Club Makes Quilts for the Red Cross

Members of the Maple Grove Countryside 4-H Club in Pulaski made six tie quilts for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief. They had a quilt making/pizza party with two groups of students.  The older ones did the cutting and the younger ones did the tying.  Thank you for providing comfort and warmth to those who need it.