4-H club volunteers at D.N.A.

The Proud Pioneers 4-H Club completed their yearly community service project. Front row from left are: Norah O’Connor, Maddy Headings, Caroline Guitierrez, Helena O’Connor and Julia White; second row: Carissa Devore, Kayla Devore, Emma Rector, Alli Craig and Jenna Keiffer.

The Proud Pioneers 4-H Club volunteered at Daily Needs Assistance, also known as the D.N.A., for the club’s recent community service project on Saturday, May 30.

Daily Needs Assistance is a nonprofit organization in Plain City that offers programs that minister to the physical and spiritual needs of the community. The 4-H group helped serve dinner at the monthly community meal at the D.N.A.

The group helped people carry their trays to their table, cleared trays when people were finished eating, and they also washed and dried trays. The 4-H group also helped during children’s storytime and then played on the playground with children visiting the center.

The D.N.A.’s address is 340 W. Main St., Plain City, OH 43064. To find out more about the D.N.A. go to their website: www.dnaplaincity.com

Article submitted by Helena O’Connor, Proud Pioneers 4-H Club News Reporter.