4-H Club offers Family Photo Sessions as Fall Fundraiser

Support Wolfskill 4H Club by booking your family photos fundraiser Oct. 6-7.

With the holiday season beginning less in than two months, Wolfskill 4-H club is offering an opportunity for inexpensive, professional family photo sessions with proceeds to benefit local kids.

October 6-7, the 4H group has team up with local photo pro, Rena Santa Cruz Photography, to offer a limited number of photo shoot sittings. $65 allows for a group of five, 15 minute session and four full resolution photos emailed to you for your use. 

Rena Santa Cruz Photography will have hay bales, pumpkins, an antique tractor and gorgeous views available for your photo props. Call 707-688-4953 to book your session, or email RenaPhotography@yahoo.com. Space is very limited.

"Please consider supporting our members by booking a photo shoot," asks Wolfskill leader, Tacy Currey, "With your support, the youth of our community will continue to grow into our leaders of tomorrow."

Wolfskill 4-H members are encouraged to develop and practice skills to become helpful or useful in their club, community, country and world.

4-H community service projects allow youth and adults to work, while helping others at the same time. 4-H endeavours to teach caring, and to prepare young people with leadership skills, leadership and citizenship through its pledge of hands to larger service.

Wolfskill 4-H has given back to the community by hosting more than 16 community service activities and logged hundreds of hours to the improvement of the Dixon community this year. Wolfskill 4-H members take pride in their projects to learn valuable life skills, and the work they contribute to the community.


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