Video voting boosts 4-H club on Whidbey

Here is a great opportunity to help raise funds for Island County Youth 4-H. It’s not only quick, it’s free.

Connie Mutschler, leader of the Happy Hounds, submitted a short video to Verity Cartwheel for a Cause, highlighting the benefits of 4-H.

The winner will receive $5,000 for the charity of their choice — in this case, 4-H.

“This would go a long way toward our fundraising efforts, allowing all of us in 4-H to spend more of our time helping 4-H kids,” said Sara Bergquist, program coordinator for 4-H Youth Development. “Please help us out! Have your family and friends join the cause too. There are less than 60 video entries so you can make a difference.”

Here is how to do this:

1. This link will take you to Mutschler’s video:

2. Click on “Cartwheel for a Cause” under the video. This will take you to the voting page.

3. Select your favorite entry (Connie Mutschler is No. 33) and vote.

The Last day to vote is Monday, March 11.

Contact the WSU program coordinator for 4-H Youth Development at 360-679-7328 with questions.


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