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Dyckesville Dolphins make splash in first year of 4-H

11:05 AM, Feb. 13, 2014
Young Dyckesville Dolphin members gather for a lock-in event where they could eat pizza, play games and assemble crafts. From left, Logan Vandermause, Owen Vandermause, Mason LeFevre, Andrew Prevost, Cody Romdemme, Bennett Tust, Jake Guth, Tyler Derenne, Mason Campbell, Jack Rollin.
Young Dyckesville Dolphin members gather for a lock-in event where they could eat pizza, play games and assemble crafts. From left, Logan Vandermause, Owen Vandermause, Mason LeFevre, Andrew Prevost, Cody Romdemme, Bennett Tust, Jake Guth, Tyler Derenne, Mason Campbell, Jack Rollin.
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Kewaunee County's 4-H program has been growing since its beginnings in 1903 when Kewaunee native Ransom Moore introduced 4-H to the world. In the last year, the Champion Sparkplugs club grew so fast, a new group was formed, called the Dyckesville Dolphins. Thirteen clubs now are active in the county.

The general leader of the Dolphins, Katie Derenne, said she was beginning to feel that club meetings with more than 100 children were becoming overwhelming for everyone. With the help of Jill Jorgenson, the Kewaunee County 4-H youth development educator at the University of ...

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