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B’ville 4-H Club helps local family in need

(From left) Madison, Niki, Katie and Aby, members of the Baldwinsville-based 4-H 4-Ever Horses group, wrap hats and mittens the girls collected to help the Liverpool Elks Auxiliary, who adopted a family of eight children in need from the Head Start program for Christmas.

(From left) Madison, Niki, Katie and Aby, members of the Baldwinsville-based 4-H 4-Ever Horses group, wrap hats and mittens the girls collected to help the Liverpool Elks Auxiliary, who adopted a family of eight children in need from the Head Start program for Christmas.

— (From left) Madison, Niki, Katie and Aby, members of the Baldwinsville-based 4-H 4-Ever Horses group, wrap hats and mittens the girls collected to help the Liverpool Elks Auxiliary, who adopted a family of eight children in need from the Head Start program for Christmas. The group, which is part of the Onondaga County 4-H Club, also supplied a Christmas dinner (ham, mashed potatoes, stuffing, veggies, pie), breakfast (pancakes and syrup) and a gift card. “Our group is small in numbers but bigger than life in heart,” said Deb Leonard-Sandore, a parent involved with the group.

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