Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First


They're A Perfect Match And Just Plain Exciting For The 'Sweet Stitches'

Most of the projects for the girls of Sweet Stitches are ready for the Kimball-Banner County Fair. They will enter their static exhibits on Tuesday, Aug. 3.

Hands down, the favorite activities for these members are baking, sewing and painting – or as a young member said, she just liked "everything."

Sweet Stitches leader Erin Heidemann feels that 4-H teaches important life skills, and they make terrific friends. Erin said she enjoys "watching them learn and improve" in their skills.

Erin said she became a 4-H leader because she believed "sewing and cooking were a lost art," and she felt there...