Pacifica 4-H Club at open house, Elkus Ranch, Half Moon Bay.

The Pacifica 4-H Club was on hand for the county open house at Elkus Ranch near Half Moon Bay. 

Photo courtesy Pacifica 4-H Club

The Pacifica 4-H Club open house is set for 7 p.m. tonight. This year, it will be in person at the Ingrid B. Lacy Middle School cafeteria.

Recently, there was the county open house at Elkus Ranch. There were many demonstrations, such as drones and archery, that people could sample. Many San Mateo 4-H clubs were at the event, describing all projects available. If you missed the opportunity, don’t worry; there will be plenty more throughout the year. 

At tonight’s open house, you can see what Pacifica 4-H has to offer. There are many projects like baking, character drawing and raising livestock. Animals include chickens, dairy goats and lambs.

 — Rebecca Symons

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