Hubbard County 4-H Riders Horse Project Receives Grant from CHS Prairie Lakes

Front row left to right: Maddyson Brakke, Pasleigh Brakke, Ana Etzler, Jordan Koebernick, Addison Cestnik, Adison Weiss, Janis Lappinga, Joelle Blanchard
Back row left to right: Katie Kamphaus, April Snook, Ava Etzler, Holly Packman, Rylee Belina, Ellie Rotari

Starbuck, Minn, Hubbard County 4-H (4-H Riders Horse Project)was awarded an Agricultural Education grant from CHS Prairie Lakes, as part of the company’s Community Funds Program.

CHS Prairie Lakes selected Hubbard County 4-H to receive a $400 grant to help maintain the safety of their youth riders and horses. Funds will be used to improve arena footing and purchase equipment to maintain the arena. 4-H Riders Horse Project is dedicated to training, working together, and teaching in a safe environment.

Applying schools and local community organizations are asked to state their plans for the grant money, supply general information about the project and purpose of the request, along with specific financial needs and projected outcomes. Applications for grant funding are available online at

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