Log Cabin Restoration Update:
The 4-H Log Cabin Committee along with other 4-H volunteers have been busy raising funds to restore the 4-H Park Log Cabin located at the north side of the park.
The restoration work is presently underway by Studabaker Specialty Woodworks.and is expected to be completed in the spring of 2018. Several logs will be replaced along with new floor, cedar shake roof, concrete footers and floor, wood floor, improved window and doors, electric and a handicapped ramp. You will want to check it out at this years 4-H Fair.
Plans are also underway to have a Haunted Cabin at Halloween and a Christmas at the Cabin event in 2018. Watch for more details as they are finalized. Donations for the cabin restoration are still being accepted. Click here for the form.
New Restroom Building Completed
The construction of the new 40′ x 40′ restroom building was finished in the summer of 2017. Thank you to all of the many groups and individuals that supported the project. Special thanks to the Wells County Foundation for their gift of $25,000 for the project. A donors recognition sign is being planned and should be installed in time for the 2018 summer events.
The restrooms are spacious and include extra outlets and mirrors for all of the youth that are getting ready for their livestock shows. The building includes a separate shower room located at the back of each of the men’s and women’s restroom. This area includes three show stalls per side and numerous hooks and sturdy benches.
The Clover Highlights is a newsletter to keep our 4-H donors and sponsors updated on what is happening in 4-H and at the 4-H Park. It has included stories about the new 4-H Robotics Club, popularity of the 4-H Shooting Sports projects and the community service efforts of 4-H and many other groups that support the Feeding Tomorrow’s Future Today – weekend food packs for hungry kids.