Fairfield teen and 4-H member, Kyona Yeager, was diagnosed with COVID-19 and was fighting the disease in Salt Lake City. She is currently home recovering in Fairfield, but she has requested that instead of making donations to her, she would like people to make donations to their local food banks. You can see more about the movement by looking up the group on Facebook called Kyona’s Biggest Drive.

The Toole County 4-H Ambassadors would like to challenge the residents of Toole County and the surrounding area to participate in a food drive in Kyona’s name. You can drop off donations of non-perishable food at the Farmers Market in Shelby on Sept. 10 and the final Market on Sept. 17 from 4-6 p.m. 

For any questions, please call Kim at the Toole County Extension Office 406-424-8350.

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