“This year was our first 4-H Mosaic Art Club,” said Janine Woodworth, one of the club’s 4-H leaders. Her husband, Darrin Woodworth, acts as the other leader.

Two mosaic art pieces in the shape of Nevada were created by the club. One was purchased, and proceeds will be going to the local 4-H council to help pay for more supplies. The second piece was donated to the Grover C. Dils Medical Center as a community service project. “We thought the best place for members of our community to have a chance to see and enjoy the art piece would be our local hospital,” said Woodworth.

The group attended the Oct. 7 Hospital Board meeting, and presented the board with the art piece.

“I want to encourage adults in our community to become 4-H leaders. You can make up your own club. Just find something you like to do and share it with the kids in our community. I am so proud of the kids in my club, and the projects that they finished and had entered in the fair.”