4-H News: 03-20-13 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Wednesday, 20 March 2013 09:30
Leaders of Tomorrow
The Leaders of Tomorrow 4-H group met on Sunday. Everybody turned in their enrollment and medical forms. Members were reminded that they have to turn in camp scholarship applications. There was also an activity called "Design Your Own Clover". This included members writing down their hobbies, what they wanted to learn, how they could help the community and ideas the group could do for fun.
Officer elections were also held with Ben Wilhelm selected as president; and Lauren Strow, vice president, The treasurer is Taylor DeSmith, with Madalyn Fletcher as secretary. The news reporter is Morgan Desmith and the club photographer is Lauren Strow. Instead of doing a health and safety officer, the club will be doing a group project about first aid this year.
The next meeting will be at Andy Wilhelm's house on April 14 at 2 p.m.   

Weston Ridge Runners
The Weston Ridge Runners 4-H club met Monday at Weston Library to plan for 2013.
Officers were elected, and committees were set up. Project books and event calenders with meetings and important dates listed. Members also went over fund-raising ideas, goals for the year and possible field trips.
The next meeting set for 7 p.m. April 15 at the same location will include setting up dates and specific fundraisers and field trips.

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