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Nominate someone for the Ambitious 4-H Club Thanksgiving Giveaway

The club is back again with ways to thank someone very deserving in your life.

Thanksgiving platter.
You can give someone a delicious Thanksgiving thanks to a local 4-H Club's give away.
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WADENA — Do you have someone in your life that deserves a big thank you?
The Ambitious 4-H Club is hosting their Thanksgiving Giveaway again this year and they ask you to consider nominating someone or some family from the Bertha, Hewitt, Verndale or Wadena areas, who is deserving of great thanks. They've been putting on this event for three years.
Prizes include one Thanksgiving meal for six; two drawings for a turkey and two drawings for a pie.
Entries must be submitted by November 15 for the random drawing on November 17.
To enter, go to Ambitious 4-H Club Wadena County on Facebook and enter a private message to the club, or fill out an entry by using this link http://forms.gle/S7KsHkdgggscUi4E9
You'll need to enter the name of who you would like to enter and how to contact them if they win.

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