4-H Club Shows Its Appreciation To Local Law Enforcement


(Le Mars) — Sunday was Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, and a local 4-H club showed its appreciation to the Le Mars Police Department and the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office by serving brownies and ice cream at the Grace Lutheran Church in Le Mars.  The Classy Clovers 4-H club decided to honor the local law enforcement agencies.  Classy Clovers have more than 40 members.  Kevin Vande Vegte, the Le Mars Police Chief and Jeff TeBrink, the Plymouth County Sheriff both attended the appreciation event and shares their comments.

Local law enforcement officials that attended the “Law Enforcement Appreciation” event include: seated in the front row left to right, Plymouth County Sheriff, Jeff TeBrink; Le Mars Police Sergeant, Lenny Flack; Sheriff’s Deputy, Collin Delfs; Le Mars Police Officer and K-9 Handler, Rob Rohlmiller; and Le Mars Police Chief, Kevin Vande Vegte.  Standing behind the law enforcement officers are the members of the Classy Clovers 4-H club.

Elizabeth Brennan is one of the leaders for the Classy Clovers 4-H club.  She explains why the 4-H members wanted to honor the local law enforcement officers.

Brennan says the Classy Clovers 4-H club members were excited to participate in the appreciation event.

Ethan Lee serves as the Classy Clovers 4-H club treasurer.  As a member, he says he is glad his 4-H club took the opportunity to show their appreciation to local law enforcement officials.  Lee foresees the activity becoming an annual event for the 4-H club.

In addition to serving the refreshments consisting of brownies and ice cream, many of the 4-H club members had hand-written thank you notes that they shared with the attending officers.