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A big thank you to Aynsley Harmon for her generous donation to the new Textiles class at Clark Couny R-1 Middle School!
This past summer, Aynsley saw a facebook post from Mrs. Michelle Webster-Hoard requesting donations for sewing supplies for the new middle school class. After reading the post, Aynsley and her mother thought that collecting supplies would be a good 4-H community service project. With COVID restrictions, soliciting businesses and community members for donations was not practical, so Aynsley decided to use the money she earned from her 4H “auction” at the Clark County Fair to help purchase start up supplies for the class.
Her total contribution was $289.57 worth of supplies and two irons. Mrs. Webster-Hoard and the Clark County R-1 Middle School are very appreciative of Miss Harmon’s act of generosity.
Aynsley is excited that her fellow classmates will now have the opportunity to learn how to sew. She has participated in sewing for the last three years under the direction of her 4-H leader, Latisha Scott-Snead, who helped Ansley complete the supply order.
Aynsley has completed numerous sewing projects, including three quilts.
Aynsley is a 7th grader at Clark County R-1 Middle School and is the daughter of Jamie and Ardith Harmon of rural Kahoka. She is the granddaughter of Loyd and Edie Finke, as well as John and Linda Heinze all of Kahoka.
-Submitted by Clark County R-1 Middle School Principal Jason Church