|4-H News: 02-04-14|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 04 February 2014 10:16|
Saddles n' Surreys
Saddles n' Surreys 4-H Club had its first meeting of the year on Jan 23. It is a year-round club that holds meetings every month of the year. The club meets at Haskins Community Church on Main Street at 7 p.m.
Members were reminded of these important deadlines:
• Completed Enrollment forms for 4-H are to be turned in at the February meeting. (Saddles n' Surreys advisors must sign them and then turn them in to the Extension Office.)
• Each member should have a list of project books by title and number at the February meeting. Advisors will pick up the books requested and deliver them to members at the March meeting.
Other dates to remember include:
Feb. 16 -- the Findlay Flea Market is at the Western Farm.
March 8--The Advisor's Dance is at the Jr. Fair Building. Doors open at 7 p.m.
March 23--The Wood County Horseman's Flea Market is at the Junior Fair Building.
April--Club dues of $20 per family are due at the April meeting.
Saddles n' Surreys appreciates the volunteers that support their 4-H program. So, the club decided to show their appreciation by volunteering to help others. The club wants to do a hands-on service such as packing food baskets or meals that local service organizations provide to area families or children. The final community service project will be decided at the February meeting. In addition, club members contribute non-perishable foods to the local food pantry each month.
Fund raising projects were also discussed. It was decided that members will sell the popular Easter Candy again this year. More details will be provided at the next meeting which will be Feb 27.
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