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Courtesy photo | Braeden Wittum and brother Ben are among the 4-H members who continue their livestock projects despite difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic. “For many youth,” program coordinator Michele Aavang said, “having livestock to care for has been a source of distraction from COVID-19.”
The coronavirus pandemic has not stopped local 4-H groups from continuing to improve many skills and complete projects. McHenry County 4-H is part of the University of Illinois Extension. “Extension […]
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