|4-H News: 04-18-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 18 April 2013 09:30|
Leaders of Tomorrow
On Sunday, the Leaders of Tomorrow 4-H club had a meeting. The theme was mustache bash.
Members talked about supporter T-shirt designs, the upcoming bake sale on Saturday in front of Croghan Colonial Bank in Custar along with recycling. The club also discussed 4-H Camp and float and booth themes.
The next meeting will be May 5 at Andy Wilhelm's house.
Country Guys and Gals
The Country Guys and Gals 4-H Club met Sunday at Portage Township Building
The club's quilt square is coming along. The background will be painted green and have 4 white "H's." Times to help complete the painting will be announced at next meeting.
It was announced the County Quality Assurance meeting is on May 15 at the Jr. Fair Building. The club will not have their own Quality Assurance this year. Members taking a market animal must attend a quality assurance. The meeting ended with a snack and members making and "untying" a human knot for recreation
This year's community service project is Join Hands Day on May 4 at 9 a.m. Club members are to meet at the Jerry City Cemetery. Members will plant evergreens, lay mulch and paint trash cans.
The next meeting will be April 28 at the Portage Township Building.
Dowling Stitch, Stir and Stock
The Dowling Stitch, Stir and Stock 4-H Club met on Sunday at the Luckey Legion Hal. The club members discussed old and new business including important dates. The club officers reported, wonderful project demonstrations were given, and then the club met in committees. The meeting was adjourned followed by recreation and snack.
The club is currently collecting pop tabs, soup labels, and box tops for the Ronald McDonald House. If you would like to contribute, please contact a club member.
The next meeting is May 19 at the Luckey Legion Hall at 1 p.m.
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