|4-H News: 03-09-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 09 March 2013 09:08|
The Golden Key 4-H Club met for the first time this year on Sunday with 28 members and parents present. Six Cloverbuds prepared the drink and made mini pizzas for all in attendance.
Plans for this year's community projects were discussed. Also the new enrollment date this year is March 15.
Golden Key's next meeting is this coming Sunday at 2 p.m. at the South Liberty United Methodist Church, located at the corner of Bays and Potter Roads. New members and Cloverbuds are welcome to join.
Election of officers will be held at this meeting. Also all enrollment forms will be due. Please remember to bring your member and parent signed enrollment forms or plan to complete them at the meeting.
For more information you may contact Peg Naus at (419) 575-3099 or Doug and Kalin Kale at (419) 686-1935.
The Lucky Charms 4-H Club met at St. Mark's Lutheran Church on Feb. 24.
Four students from Owens Community College Dental Hygiene program attended the meeting. The students had the members break off into two different groups. At the first group members learned how to brush their teeth and floss correctly. In the second group members were shown different drink bottles filled with the amount of sugar in each drink; in addition we discussed healthy things we can eat to maintain our teeth. President Kiera Miller called the meeting to order.
Members answered roll to their favorite movie, some answers were very interesting. Health and Safety officer Dana Kleman spoke on the importance of sleep. She told us sleep necessities vary between each person. One half of Americans don't get enough sleep, which is huge concern. Not having enough sleep causes many problems from not being able to concentrate to pain in your legs. Vice President Jessie Kozlowski read a letter she wrote to the Senior Fair Board regarding the crowns for the King and Queen contest.
Tim Kleman gave a demonstration on backpacking. He explained the different types of backpacks and how to select the correct one for different types of activities.
For recreation Analisa Bihary taught members a game where we had to stomp on others balloons and try to be the last man standing.
The next meeting will be held on Sunday at St. Mark's Lutheran Church at 2:30. This meeting will be the last chance to be a full 4-H member and people are always welcome to join.
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