Creating colorful caps for young patients


The Create, Write, Dream 4-H Club participated in the Kaps for Kids sewing project March 10 in the Champaign County Community Center. 4H club members made colorful caps for kids to wear into their surgeries at Dayton Children’s Hospital. The club joined other 4-H clubs in collecting donations March 18 outside various businesses. The money collected during Button Days goes toward scholarships and other awards given by 4H.

The Create, Write, Dream 4-H Club participated in the Kaps for Kids sewing project March 10 in the Champaign County Community Center. 4H club members made colorful caps for kids to wear into their surgeries at Dayton Children’s Hospital. The club joined other 4-H clubs in collecting donations March 18 outside various businesses. The money collected during Button Days goes toward scholarships and other awards given by 4H.


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The Create, Write, Dream 4-H Club participated in the Kaps for Kids sewing project March 10 in the Champaign County Community Center. 4H club members made colorful caps for kids to wear into their surgeries at Dayton Children’s Hospital. The club joined other 4-H clubs in collecting donations March 18 outside various businesses. The money collected during Button Days goes toward scholarships and other awards given by 4H.

The Create, Write, Dream 4-H Club participated in the Kaps for Kids sewing project March 10 in the Champaign County Community Center. 4H club members made colorful caps for kids to wear into their surgeries at Dayton Children’s Hospital. The club joined other 4-H clubs in collecting donations March 18 outside various businesses. The money collected during Button Days goes toward scholarships and other awards given by 4H.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/03/web1_DSC02143-1.jpgThe Create, Write, Dream 4-H Club participated in the Kaps for Kids sewing project March 10 in the Champaign County Community Center. 4H club members made colorful caps for kids to wear into their surgeries at Dayton Children’s Hospital. The club joined other 4-H clubs in collecting donations March 18 outside various businesses. The money collected during Button Days goes toward scholarships and other awards given by 4H. Submitted photo