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Our group met at the rec park to plant donated pansy flowers into pots and wrapped them in bright tissue paper. We then delivered these flowers, along with spring songs to the residents of Madison Manor Nursing Home.
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Each June, our group goes to camp at Hunting Island State Park in South Carolina. We assist the rangers and volunteers by doing dawn and dusk sea turtle nesting patrols. We also clean up trash along the beach and in campground.
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We decorated goody bags for a Valentine's Day food basket delivery to a housing project in Lancaster City. The goody bags were then filled with comfort items and special treats. The group also decorated Valentine's Day cards for veteran's at the Lebanon VA Hospital.
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We rescue and relocate traditional, endangered medicinal plants from areas that are being developed.
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Our group screened the "Last Journey for the Leatherback?"- a documentary on the plight of the sea turtles worldwide. We printed flyers and invited the community to attend. We held the screening at the Ag. Extension office and served refreshments afterwards. We answered questions, handed out information sheets and asked people to sign petitions.
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Each child chose a plant to research and illustrate from a list of endangered plants. At our monthly meeting, we combined all of the different plant research and pictures into 2 folding, standing displays.
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We brought our peace dove up to the top of Big Bald Mountain again. We told peace stories, sang peace songs, shared a snack and flew our dove.
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Our 4-H group spent a day tabling at the Biltmore Estate Fall Festival. We set up our plant display and peace dove. The children talked to visitors about their Roots & Shoots work.
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We set up our display on rare and endangered appalachian plants at the Mountain Heritage Festival. We also rescued ferns to sell as a fund raiser.
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We volunteer at the Food Bank, doing a variety of jobs.

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