Chapple completes Emerald Diamond Clover Project
EASTON — Kate Chapple, a member of the Chesapeake Bay 4-H Club, recently completed her Emerald Diamond Clover Project. She helped organize a linen and blanket donation drive for Baywater Animal Rescue in Cambridge.
She enlisted the help of her fellow club members to get friends, family and community members to donate used blankets, sheets and towels for Baywater Animal Rescue to use for animals at their rescue center. Chapple and club members also were able to get some donated food and dog treats for the center.
On Feb. 27, Chapple and fellow 4-H member EJ Milhollan delivered the items to the center and received a tour of the facility. They saw so many areas where help is needed that the Chesapeake Bay 4-H club plans to go back to the site to volunteer with gardening, path clearing and dogwalking.
Talbot County 4-H empowers young people with the skills to lead for a lifetime. If you have a child who would like to join a chapter in Talbot County 4-H, call 410-822-1244, email Tom Hutson at email@example.com or see the flyer online at extension.umd. edu/talbot-county.
Adults are welcome to become 4-H volunteers. Volunteers share their skills by helping with 4-H projects and programs or starting 4-H clubs that create new opportunities for youth.
LEFT: EJ Milhollan and Kate Chapple, members of the Chesapeake 4-H Club, are pictured with a canine friend at Baywater Animal Rescue. RIGHT: EJ Milhollan and Kate Chapple, members of the Chesapeake 4-H Club, are pictured at Baywater Animal Rescue with...