Recap: Indivisible Lambertville/New Hope at the Hunterdon County 4-H Fair

Contributed by Deb Kline.

Another year in the corner booth at the Hunterdon County 4-H Fair has come and gone, and we are ever so grateful for all of your support. Every year it gets better! Expanded interactive opportunities included Vote Your Values and Civics Trivia, which helped bring people into the booth and initiate conversations. For those who were wondering, Equal Justice for All, was the winner out of the five voting opportunities, followed by healthcare and supporting farmers in a time of climate change. We also have a new mascot: Liberty the Llama was loved by many – especially those under 3 feet tall, including children and animals. Look for new Liberty the Llama and other pins at the Community Gathering swag table, and check out the photos from the fair on the homepage of  our website .

Featured Swag

If you worked or stopped by the ILNH booth at the Hunterdon County 4-H Fair, you had a first look at our newest swag: Reusable, freezable, foldable water bottles with a design resisters everywhere will love. Perfect for travel and hiking — and canvassing –, you can use the carabiner to hang from your belt or backpack, then roll it up when finished.  Check them out at our Community Gathering – only $5.00 each. 

 

 

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