|4-H News: 03-08-14|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 08 March 2014 09:16|
On Feb. 16 at 6:30 p.m. the Jackson Livestock 4-H Club held its first meeting of the year at the Ohio State Agricultural Research Farm. During the meeting, the club elected officers and set dates for recycling. The officers who were elected are as follow: Cortlan Sheeks, president; Bridget Swartz, vice president; Lindsey Davis, secretary; Ross Wenzinger, reporter and Rachel Wenzinger photographer. The club also decided dates for recycling and they are as follow: March 22, Schwab and Bassinger; April 26th Crawford and Davis; May 24,Wenzinger and Erven, and on June 28, Davis and Swartz.
The next meeting will be held at the Ohio State Research Farm on Sunday.
On Feb. 23 the Lucky Charms 4-H Club gathered at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Bowling Green for officer installation.
For roll call, members answered with their favorite Winter Olympic sport. Ice Skating was the overwhelming favorite. Members selected meetings to give demonstrations at, and filled out enrollment forms. As a part of their group project, Snack Attack, members tried exotic fruits. Favorites included fresh coconut, ugly fruit, and star fruit.
Member Keira Miller demonstrated rifle positions and introduced members to her robot Eugene, as a part of her 4-H Rifle and Robotics Projects. Older members advised new public speakers to involve the audience and project their voice when giving demonstrations. Recreation Officer Duncan Schultz led members in the game "Telephone." Phrases changed immensely, and the results were quite comical. The next meeting will be Sunday.
All 4-H clubs are strongly urged to have the club reporters submit news from their meetings.
Reporters should include the date, place and time for the next meeting along with their phone number which will not be published.
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