|4-h Club news: 5-22|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 22 May 2010 07:35|
Haskins Clover Crew
Haskins Clover Crew 4-H Club met Sunday at the Wenig farm. Premium money from last season was passed out to members.
The group also talked about the Walk Across Wood County fundraiser, which they are participating in this season. Currently, the goal for this fundraiser is to have each member of the group collect $20, which they will be donating to St. Jude's Children's Hospital.
The group also discussed a community service project for this year. They will be painting all of the sewers in Haskins and passing out pamphlets to the inhabitants of Haskins.
To finish off the meeting, one of the members of Haskins Clover Crew, Alex Wynn, did a demonstration on routines for working out. He showed the group the proper ways to do various exercises and weight lifting. He discussed the curl bar, the bench, how to do squats, and talked about the mule kick. Due to his experience, the members felt he did a great job of explaining and showing the group how to do these various exercises. He lifts every weekday for at least one hour. His demonstration was also appropriate because he will be completing a project called "You're the Athlete" this year for 4-H.
The club will also be meeting this Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Haskins Town Hall to work on the community service project of painting the sewers.
Stir and Stock
The Dowling Stitch, Stir and Stock 4-H Club met Sunday in the Luckey Legion.
After the meeting was called to order, a health and safety officer, Annika Barrow, gave a poison ivy safety report. The club adviser, Karen Kotula, told the club which two livestock awards are being sponsored by the club for this summer. The new treasurer, Katelyn Lang, was decided, and the queen candidate for the club, Andrea Kotula, was chosen.
Chantal Knoop gave her project demonstration on the food pyramid.
Members split into committees to talk over ideas for the upcoming fair and presented them before the meeting was closed and the recreation officer, Hannah Sponaugle, involved the whole club in a hula hoop game.
The next meeting will be held June 9 at 12:30 p.m. in the Luckey Legion.
Country Paws 4-H Club met Sunday at Elmwood Community Center.
The club met and finalized their plans for community service projects. They will meet for a work day on June 3 at 10 a.m. at the Peters' residence to work on 4-H booth projects and flower/vegetable planters to give to the elderly.
The club also decided for each family to donate money to buy school supplies and make up backpacks for those in need for Elmwood and North Baltimore schools.
Demonstrations were given by Claire Meyer and Emily Wilhelm.
The next regular meeting will be June 13 at 7 p.m. at same location.
Jackson Livestock 4-H Club had its monthly meeting on May 2 at Cortlan and Katie Sheek's house.
Tonee Weaver did roll call by having everyone say their favorite restaurant. Members then had demonstrations.
Rachel Wenzinger showed how to make a rose out of frosting, Ryan Wenzinger demonstrated how to put a hook and bobber on a fishing pole, Ross Wenzinger talked about deer, and Ana Tussing showed members the parts of a fishing pole.
Members discussed what the 4-H booth should look like dealing with Walking Across Wood County.
The meeting concluded with snacks and barbecue by the Sheeks Family.
The next meeting will be held at the Davis's home on June 13 at 6:30 p.m.
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