By Daria Anderson-Faden
The Observer 


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


July 29, 2021

Daria Anderson-Faden

A few members of Sweet Stitches 4-H Club gathered to check their projects before the fair. Leader Erin Heidemann, left, looks over some of their projects. Sweet Stitches members are, from left, Delacy Brown, Ragen Markum, Aubrey Culek, and Megan Fuss.

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 t...

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