|4-H News: 04-16-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 16 April 2013 09:20|
The Buckeye Buckaroo 4-H Club met at the Harman home on April 7.
There were 11 members in attendance as they discussed decorations for fairgrounds, work sessions and 4-H camp.
The club also discussed the safety and ethics meeting on May 2 at the Junior Fair Building and many other old and new business topics.
Discussion also focused on Horse Camp on June 14-15 at the fairgrounds and the club's horse camp May 28. It was announced horse Id's and pictures need to be in. On April 27 there will be clean up around horse arena.
The next scheduled meeting is May 5 at adviser Elaine Bennett's home.
The Klover Kids 4-H Club met April 7 in Bradner, with the roll call question, "What do you put on your grilled cheese?" Makenna Linkey treasurer's report showed a balance of $285.34. Members received their project books at the meeting.
The club's idea for a float for the Bradner Day in the Park parade is, "Sea Life Through 4-H." Four club members helped out at God's Storehouse on March 21 and March 23.
Nathan Walter had a health tip, which was, "If it is very windy, stay out of the wind so you don't get wind burnt." On May 11 the club will have a bake sale.
The next meeting is May 5. Kiersten Linkey's recreation activity was called, "$1,000 Pyramid." Ali Kagy and Josh Kagy brought the snack.
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