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Members of the Elm Valley 4-H Club planted flowers outside the coliseum at the Delaware County Fairgrounds Monday morning. From left to right are Kendall Sestili, Morgan Hohman, Natalie Hohman, Brady Sestili and Molly Sestili. The plants were left-overs from the Delaware County Master Gardeners’ sale on Saturday. The 4-H club volunteered to plant the left-over flowers to help beautify the fairgrounds before the upcoming county fair.


Members of the Elm Valley 4-H Club planted flowers outside the coliseum at the Delaware County Fairgrounds Monday morning. From left to right are Kendall Sestili, Morgan Hohman, Natalie Hohman, Brady Sestili and Molly Sestili. The plants were left-overs from the Delaware County Master Gardeners’ sale on Saturday. The 4-H club volunteered to plant the left-over flowers to help beautify the fairgrounds before the upcoming county fair.

Members of the Elm Valley 4-H Club planted flowers outside the coliseum at the Delaware County Fairgrounds Monday morning. From left to right are Kendall Sestili, Morgan Hohman, Natalie Hohman, Brady Sestili and Molly Sestili. The plants were left-overs from the Delaware County Master Gardeners’ sale on Saturday. The 4-H club volunteered to plant the left-over flowers to help beautify the fairgrounds before the upcoming county fair.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/07/web1_DSC_3453.jpgMembers of the Elm Valley 4-H Club planted flowers outside the coliseum at the Delaware County Fairgrounds Monday morning. From left to right are Kendall Sestili, Morgan Hohman, Natalie Hohman, Brady Sestili and Molly Sestili. The plants were left-overs from the Delaware County Master Gardeners’ sale on Saturday. The 4-H club volunteered to plant the left-over flowers to help beautify the fairgrounds before the upcoming county fair.