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Prime time for bike riding

Catherine | July 13th, 2009

Summer is prime time for 4-H activities in West Virginia. On Sunday, July 12, 4-H’ers from the Hi-Fi 4-H Club in Randolph County participated in a bike ride along the trail at Gilman. Pictured left to right in the photo are Megan Broschart, Jeyna Collett, Ashton Hendon and leader of the Club, Frank Mams. The club members rode over 4 miles and talked about the importance of wearing bike helmets. After the ride members enjoyed some outdoor cooking as they roasted hotdogs and made s’mores.
Members of the Hi-Fi 4-H Club pose at a bike ride.

The Hi-Fi 4-H Club is one of the oldest 4-H Clubs in Randolph County. The name was chosen by members back when high fidelity stereo was a new technology. Past leaders included Marguerite (Peg) Widney, Violet Snedegar and Polly Mams.

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