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Youth bake up some 4-H Christmas fun
Dozens of cinnamon rolls prepared and baked by members of the Corning 4-H Club proved to be sweet and profitable on Dec. 1. Club members met at Corning High School's cafeteria at 4 a.m. to start making the sweet rolls.
"This was hand-on for the kids with the adults only supervising," said Kim Azevedo, 4-H cooking leader. "The kids worked hard and took great pride in doing well."
The young members made 84, 4 count packages of the rolls that sold out early during Corning's Hometown Christmas. Azevedo said the funds will go to the club's scholarship fund and for community projects.
"Two young men really stood out," she said. "Jacob Mura and Cobi Thomas had great energy and did an awesome job selling the packaged rolls. The club thanks the community for the generous support."
Members involved in the project included Elora and Seamus Brunelle, Karyn, Haylee and Jake Noyes, Laynee Cox, Sutter and Chandler Long, Kaitlyn and McKynzie Huntley, Jacob Mura, Cody Hiller, Josh Brown, Olivia and Mady Henderson, Cobi Thomas, and Teagen Costello.