Youth Groups Visit Brown County Humane Society in March

Klossner/Swan Lake 4-H Club members had a great time at the BCHS. The animals in the shelter appreciated the nice donation of gifts, walks and belly rubs, Photo provided.

By Joe Steck – Mankato Times

NEW ULM, MINN. — Two youth groups made visits to the Brown County Humane Society in March.

On March 18, members from the Klossner/Swan Lake 4H club made a visit. Members had a great time walking the dogs and playing with the cats. They also made a large donation of food and other necessities for the animals.

Members of Network New Ulm Youth. Photo provided.

The Network New Ulm Youth Leadership Program stopped by the BCHS on March 22. Youth toured the animal adoption facility and learned the history of the kill free shelter in New Ulm.

The Klossner/Swan Lake 4H Club helps young people reach their full potential as competent, confident leaders of character who contribute and are connected to their community. Learn more about the club on their Facebook page.

Network New Ulm Youth was established in 2002 as a leadership program for students to increase their awareness and participation in the community of New Ulm. Learn more on their Facebook page

The Brown County Humane Society is located at 1301 S. Valley St. in New Ulm. The animal shelter assists with the care and seeking of adoptive homes for stray cats/kittens/dogs/puppies that are found in Brown County, MN. Our shelter is staffed 100% by volunteers (there are no paid staff members).

We are open to the public for Adoptions on Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. or else by appointment. Please call us at 507-359-2312 or visit





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