Submitted By: Greg Drake II, County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources
The Butler County 4-H program is forming a performing arts club for Butler County teenagers. The performing arts club will give creative teenagers a group to learn about, play music with, and build their leadership skills through the performing arts. The club will also provide opportunities for
National 4-H Week is Oct. 2-8. This year’s theme is Opportunity4All, shining a light on access and equity for all youth.
The Fifth District Volunteer Fire Department held a Corn Hole Tournament on Saturday at the old Fifth District School. The event raised over $1,000 for the Fire Department.
Saturday, September 24 was the Rochester Car Show benefitting the Rochester Ladies Society. There were at least 80 cars and trucks in the show.
The Butler County Extension District Board is accepting sealed bids for its building at 112 E. G.L.
This week the Junior Beta officers of Butler County Middle School attended the Beta Leadership Summit in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Students attended leadership sessions and officer training. Emmie Hawkins,
Each year the Green River Museum honors someone who has impacted or preserved Butler County's history. The 2022 Impact Award recipient, Peggy Ayers Drake, recognizes her life and work.
The Butler County High School Marching Band honored their seniors on Saturday. The band did a community performance of their show Thor's Hammer. Free lunch was provided by the Band Boosters.
National 4-H Week is Oct.