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4-H Leaders’ Association auction raised $2,000

Published 5:07pm Thursday, May 2, 2013

To the editor:
The Cass County 4-H Leaders’ Association wishes to thank the numerous donors and supporters for their first annual live auction April 20 at the Cass County Fairgrounds in the Gregarek Building.
Auction proceeds help fund the 4-H youth program in Cass County which currently benefits almost 900 local youth.
The auction raised over $2,000.
Business donors
All About You Massage and Body Works, LLC, of Niles
Avon Independent Consultant Kim Danzy of Vandalia
Bischoff’s Bunny Shed of Cassopolis
Caruso’s Candy of Dowagiac
Cassopolis Public Schools
Chicago Cubs
Cleopatra’s Hair Hut of Cassopolis
C. Wimberley of Dowagiac
Danielle’s Pony Parties of Cassopolis
Dussel’s Farm Market of Cassopolis
Eckman Chiropractic of Dowagiac
Fastenal of Michigan
Fire Keepers of Battle Creek
Four Winds of New Buffalo
Herron Farms
Imperial Furniture of Dowagiac
Jaywalkers of Mottville
Judd Lumber of Dowagiac
Lakeside Attic of Cassopolis
Lakeside Parlor of Cassopolis
Knot-hole Craft of Dowagiac
Lindy’s of Cassopolis
Mane Attraction of Dowagiac
Mary Kay Independent Consultant Jenny Bischoff
Minority Coalition of Cass
Pine Ridge Stables of Dowagiac
Stephanie’s Fabric Craft and Creations of Niles
Ybbil Photography of Dowagiac
Wilson Farrier Service of Dowagiac
Wooden Swine of Cassopolis
4-H club donors
4-W of Dowagiac
Busy Friends of Edwardsburg
Calvin of Cassopolis
Country Crew of Cassopolis
Flaming Youth of Edwardsburg
Friendly Folks of Niles
Legacy of Cassopolis
M-40 Hustlers of Dowagiac
Penn of Cassopolis
Country Crew of Cassopolis
Sleepy Hollow of Cassopolis
Silver Spurs of Dowagiac
TEAM of Dowagiac
Individual donors
James Barton of Dowagiac
Deb Barrett of Niles
Donald Thomas of Cassopolis
Ben Waldschmidt of Dowagiac
Studies show that Michigan 4-H youth participants are less likely to smoke, drink or do drugs.  They are also more likely to have higher levels of academic competence, attend college programs and are more physically active than non-4-H participants.
The next fundraising opportunity for the Cass County 4-H Leaders’ Association will be a pulled pork sandwich meal June 22 at the Cass County Fairgrounds in the Fireman’s building, formerly known as the Pork Producers building.

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