The Hardin County 4-H club kicks off their second year of Feathers and Fluff tomorrow evening.
The club provides youth with educational opportunities and skills through working with animals.
“The 4-H club is for anyone. We kind of teach them how to take care of animals. Rabbits and chickens are really good for a first project since they’re so small. We introduce them to the animals, and how to properly take care of the animals,” says Jordan Olsen, leader of the Feathers and Fluff club.
The club will meet on the first Thursday of every month at 6 p.m. at the Hardin County Extension office.