Cloverbuds learn at the fair


When you go to the fair, you can buy a corn dog on a stick, why not get science on a stick? This group of Cloverbuds gathered in the Della Selsor building on Wednesday and each were given a card on a stick which could designate their dominant eye, shade their eyes from the sun and other functions. Teacher Annette Rinesmith and her daughter, Olivia, teamed up to lead the sessions. As the Cloverbuds attended each station, they received a stamp on their passport. There were a total of six stations.

The Cloverbuds are the youngest group under the 4-H umbrella. On Wednesday, Kid’s Day at the Madison County Fair, groups of Cloverbuds circulated through the fairgrounds on the Passport to the Fair. Here they listen to London Fire Department Lt. Mark Foster, second from the left, explain the various functions of the firesuit, modeled by firefighter Tiff Roberts. Foster said he also shared with them basic fire safety tips.

When you go to the fair, you can buy a corn dog on a stick, why not get science on a stick? This group of Cloverbuds gathered in the Della Selsor building on Wednesday and each were given a card on a stick which could designate their dominant eye, shade their eyes from the sun and other functions. Teacher Annette Rinesmith and her daughter, Olivia, teamed up to lead the sessions. As the Cloverbuds attended each station, they received a stamp on their passport. There were a total of six stations.

The Cloverbuds are the youngest group under the 4-H umbrella. On Wednesday, Kid’s Day at the Madison County Fair, groups of Cloverbuds circulated through the fairgrounds on the Passport to the Fair. Here they listen to London Fire Department Lt. Mark Foster, second from the left, explain the various functions of the firesuit, modeled by firefighter Tiff Roberts. Foster said he also shared with them basic fire safety tips.

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