4-H members clean up Plains Trap Club before winter

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  • From left to right, Martin Wrobleski, Tressa Lyscio, Tyler Lyscio, Austin Hansen, Cody Hansen rake up pine needles at the Trap Club. (photo supplied)

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    From left to right, Austin Hansen, Cody Hansen, Martin Wrobleski, Tressa Lyscio, Tyler Lyscio in front of the Trap Club statue after a job well done. (Erin Jusseaume/ Clark Fork Valley Press)

  • From left to right, Martin Wrobleski, Tressa Lyscio, Tyler Lyscio, Austin Hansen, Cody Hansen rake up pine needles at the Trap Club. (photo supplied)

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    From left to right, Austin Hansen, Cody Hansen, Martin Wrobleski, Tressa Lyscio, Tyler Lyscio in front of the Trap Club statue after a job well done. (Erin Jusseaume/ Clark Fork Valley Press)

Some of the local South Side Sparks 4-H kids got together to help out the Trap Club recently.

When the 4-H Trap Shooters found out the clubs lawnmower/leaf collector broke down, they picked up their own rakes and headed out to clean up.

Trading shot guns for rakes, those kids raked up the leaves around the club house, trap houses and RV park; so Range Manager Harry Greene wouldn’t have to do it on his own.

The Valley Press is told that the kids had no problems helping out the club to return the support that has been given to them over the years.

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