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Cottonwood 4-H Club members repaint the club’s welcome sign at Pearson Road and U.S. 285. (Courtesy Photo)

4-H believes that every child has valuable strengths to improve the community and the world around them, and the Cottonwood 4-H Club has been busy doing community service projects.

Club members made scarves that were donated to the My Brethren Ministry. This ministry is a charitable organization that helps the needy in the Pecos Valley.

Club members also gave the Cottonwood 4-H welcome sign a much-needed makeover.

Members gave the sign, on the corner of Pearson Road and U.S. 285, a fresh coat of orange paint, making the sign more visible to passersby, which helps welcome people to our community.

The Cottonwood 4-H Club participates in several community projects throughout the year.

Club members display scarves they made that were donated to the My Brethren Ministry. (Courtesy Photo)