4-H Bread Making

Denise Sinclair (center) teaches Emma Wesslemann, Samantha Faust, Ella Klostermann, and Addison Kampwerth how to knead their dough.

Clinton County 4-H held a break making workshop for youth on January 16 during the MLK holiday. Twenty-four area youth participated in the class, which was led by Diane Sinclair and Anita Brandmeyer.

Tyler Deien and Jayden Voss help each other with their bread dough.
Kaylee Deien measures ingredients for her dough.
Angeleen Wesselmann gets some help from Diane Sinclair, with Kaelyn Gebke, and Kylee Wesselmann.
Anita Brandmeyer helps Mia Gomez measure ingredients for her loaf of bread.

The children had the opportunity to make their own loaf of bread, and a personal sized pizza. They also participated in team building activities.

For more information about Clinton County 4-H Activities, please call the Clinton County Extension Office at 618-526-4551.

SOURCEPhotos courtesy of Clinton County 4-H
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