The Morning Interview

4-H connects kids to forest, community (and baked goods!)


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4-H’er Katie Sweeney, and Courtney Bobsin, with the Sitka Conservation Society, discuss the Alaska Way of Life 4-H program. The group will be holding a fundraiser bake sale, 10 AM – 3 PM, Sun Mar 10 at the ANB Founders Hall, in support of Let’s Grow Sitka.

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