|4-H News: 04-06-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 06 April 2013 07:02|
There were 15 members in attendance for the first meeting of a new 4-H club. It was held at the Shaffer home. Members voted on club names and election of officers. Champion Drive was the chosen club name. The president is MacKenzie Shaffer; with Jaylin Dilsaver as vice president. Tyler Shaffer will be the treasurer with Gavin Mahler, reporter and the historian is Thomas Bodnar.
Members also selected their projects. Jaylin Dilsaver did a presentation on how to turn milk into butter or cream.
The next meeting is Sunday at the Dilsaver house.
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