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Grass Valley window displays recognize National 4-H Week

In celebration of National 4-H week, community 4-H clubs are decorating merchant windows in downtown Grass Valley.

There are six displays depicting the theme of this year’s event, “Make a Lasting Impact.”

Displays are created by individual community clubs, which promote the 4-H program, including individual projects, community service and youth leadership development.



Window displays are in
the Bamboo Store, Cousin Jack’s Pasties, Foothill Mercantile, Marshall’s Pasties, Mill Street Clothing and Tess’ Kitchen Store.

A panel of local judges will evaluate the displays and rank them for awards at the County 4-H Achievement Night scheduled for Saturday at the Nevada County Fairgrounds.




The panel of judges for the creative displays is Nevada County Agricultural Commissioner Jeff Pylman, Nevada County Consolidated Deputy Fire Marshal Terry McMahan and Nevada County Fair Deputy Director Robin Hauck.

For information on the 4-H Youth Development Program, visit ucanr.org/
sites/nevadacounty4h/ or call (530) 273-4563.


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