Trent Eisele (left), 6, and his brother Lance Eisele, 9, both of Olathe, Kan., look on as Trent’s rocket takes to the air one Saturday afternoon as part of the “Rockets to the Rescue” portion of the 4-H Comet Tech Club outside the K-State Research & Extension Johnson County Office in Olathe. Trent’s rocket was fired by a 2-liter beverage bottle propulsion system and the power of Trent pouncing on the bottle.
Trent Eisele (left), 6, and his brother Lance Eisele, 9, both of Olathe, Kan., look on as Trent’s rocket takes to the air one Saturday afternoon as part of the “Rockets to the Rescue” portion of the 4-H Comet Tech Club outside the K-State Research & Extension Johnson County Office in Olathe. Trent’s rocket was fired by a 2-liter beverage bottle propulsion system and the power of Trent pouncing on the bottle. T. Rob Brown T. Rob Brown/Special to The Star
Trent Eisele (left), 6, and his brother Lance Eisele, 9, both of Olathe, Kan., look on as Trent’s rocket takes to the air one Saturday afternoon as part of the “Rockets to the Rescue” portion of the 4-H Comet Tech Club outside the K-State Research & Extension Johnson County Office in Olathe. Trent’s rocket was fired by a 2-liter beverage bottle propulsion system and the power of Trent pouncing on the bottle. T. Rob Brown T. Rob Brown/Special to The Star

4-H appeals to suburban kids, not just country kids

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