On June 3, several members of the Indian Creek Circles 4-H ,club held a community service work day in Maxwell. They installed two benches and split-rail fencing on the south side of town at the Maxwell South Gateway Prairie. The club received a grant from the Story County 4-H Foundation to help pay for the materials. As part of the work day, club members also cleaned the ditches on S27 north of town for their Adopt-A-Highway project. Also pictured are club members, Jordan Travis, Creighton Caple and Chasity Moody who helped organize the work day. They are attending the 4-H Citizenship Washington Focus trip to D.C. from June 6-14.
The club will also be having a can drive on Saturday, June 14, to raise money for future community service projects and club activities. It will be from 9-11 a.m. at the bus barn in Maxwell. If you have cans you’d like to donate, but wish to have someone pick them up, please contact Beth Caple at 515-249-6225.