Door County 4-H to host drive-thru collection event

Door County 4-H had to get creative in order to get a community service project scheduled this year. The pandemic forced the county’s 4-H clubs to call off its usual spring service project date. The challenge to hold an event to give back to the community still remained even as clubs began to start meeting together in-person in small, socially distant groups. This Saturday’s food and personal care item drive allows club members to live up to their pledge where they promise to lend their hands to larger service while doing so safely. Door County 4-H Educator Dawn Vandevoort says she is happy their members were able to get creative to help out the community in a time of need.

Individuals can drop off non-perishable food items and personal care items like shampoo, condition, soap, and paper products during the drive-thru event this Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon at John Miles County Park. 4-H members will then deliver the items to local organizations and food pantries.

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