4-H club enlightens buyers at its ‘social’ PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 02 July 2013 11:21
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Hunter Browne (right) mingles with some the adults at the 4H Livestock Unlimited events at the Wood County Fairgrounds Sunday evening. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
On Sunday, the Livestock Unlimited 4-H club held a three-hour “social” for those who have been buyers and/or other outside supporters of the club in the past.
More than 40 active members of the club were on hand at the Fraternal Order of Police building at the Wood County Fairgrounds to serve their guests a small meal including ribeye sandwiches.
The room was filled with past accomplishments of the members and periodically members took to the microphone to discuss their projects and activities at the fair and in 4-H.
The club showcased honors and awards received at past fairs and a slideshow highlighted many of their activities.
The last presentation of the evening featured sisters, Morgan and Sydney Mazey, who alternated telling those gathered about the club and what being in 4-H means to them.
Morgan noted that “there is a lot of hard work but it’s worth it.” She called her work in the club “an adventure.”
Sydney noted how “Our 4-H group is as close as they can get.”
This was the second consecutive year where the club held the event to thank those who have supported the club, and thus encourage further support.
Club adviser Vicki Frobose was pleased with the attendance and the positive response from those who attended.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 July 2013 12:12
 

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