Holly Hill Farm to start 4-H club


Holly Hill Farm is starting a 4-H club, joining the national youth program that started in rural Ohio in 1902. The focus of the club will be determined by the members, according to co-leader Diane Calvin. “We’re really excited to get to know these kids, and find projects they’re interested in and help them complete them,” she said in an interview. “It’s a great way to get kids coming to the farm on a regular basis, and there’s a tremendous need in the community,” said Holly Hill spokeswoman Janice McPhillips. The club is open to children ages 8 or older and has a $50 annual fee. The first meeting will be on Feb. 5 at 3:30 p.m. at the farm. More information is available at www.hollyhillfarm.org or by calling Jon Belber at 781-383-6565.

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