January 23, 2020

Arenac County deputies visit 4-H CSI science club


ARENAC COUNTY— Deputy Vallad and Deputy Hribek of the Arenac County Sheriff’s Department paid a visit to an eager 4-H CSI Science club on Nov. 19. They brought along special guest, K9 Jagger, to help with their presentation.

The group invited the deputies to share with the students how they solve crimes, what important observation skills are, and fingerprinting. They also shared how K9 Jagger is used to help crime situations. According to club coordinator, Missy LeFever, the children were very eager to learn how crimes are solved, and even more eager to learn about K9 Jagger’s role, as well as what he does on his days off.

LeFever said Deputy Vallad visited a 4-H day camp during the summer to talk about safety and what to do in emergencies. “(The Department) is very supportive of our program and always willing to come in and help out when we need them,” LeFever said.

LeFever is an Americorp volunteer and coordinates 4-H clubs based on science, technology, engineering, art, and math.

“We are always looking for volunteers for our 4-H SPIN clubs,” LeFever said, “they are designed to be a short-term commitment for our volunteers and typically run for 6 hours in 6 weeks.”

Anyone interested in volunteering can contact Missy LeFever at 989-846-4111, or email lefever8@msu.edu.


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