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Next Generation 4-H helps at breakfast
ABOVE: Brooke Hanson, Shad Hanson and Bryan Bloomquist from the Next Generation 4-H club serve food at the pancake breakfast in Browntown. BELOW: Browntown Dairy Queen Kaitlyn Fey poses with her cousins, 4-H club members Katie Nusbaum, left, and Jackie Nusbaum. (Photos supplied)
BROWNTOWN - A Park Pancake Breakfast was held June 3 at the Civic Center in Browntown. As a community service project, the Next Generation 4-H Club of Juda helped out by serving food, cleaning tables and working in the kitchen. The event is expected to be held annually on the first weekend of June as a kickoff to June Dairy Month and the crowning of the Browntown Dairy Queen, as well as a fundraiser for the park.

At this year's event, the 2017-18 Browntown Dairy Queen Kaitlyn Fey was crowned. She is the daughter of Teena and Eric Fey of Browntown and a junior at Black Hawk High School.

For more information about the event, contact Donna Wyss, village of Browntown clerk/treasurer, 110 S. Mill St., Browntown. For more information about 4-H, contact Ellen Andrews at the University of Wisconsin-Extension office at 608-328-9440.