|4-H News: 04-27-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 27 April 2013 08:10|
The Duke's Mixture 4-H Club met Sunday at the Webster Township Building.
The club elected its officers at the meeting. Diane Bushman was chosen as president with Ross Bockbrader as vice president. The treasurer is Stephanie Dippman, The community service committee chair is Jessica Hosley. The fund-raising committee includes Abby Hosley, Emma Tuck and Sarah Parsons, Sarah Parsons and Emma Tuck share the news reporter duties.
Club members are planning additional community service projects and fundraisers.
The next meeting will be at the Webster Township Building on May 5 at 7:30 p.m.
Haskins Clover Crew
Haskins Clover Crew met March 22 at the Wenig Farm.
The club received their cookie/pie fund-raising packets. The money raised from this will be used to fund a club camping trip to Sauder's Village in August.
The club considered many community service ideas such as serving food at a homeless shelter, volunteering at the humane society, and visiting a nursing home. The club voted and visiting the nursing home was chosen. Members will plan activities for the elderly at the nursing home and Maureen Conelly, Madison Dzierwa, the Wenigs, and the Beaches all volunteered to bring cookies.
The club members also worked on homemade scarves that they will give to the elderly. The Dzierwas brought a "yummy snack" and Maddy Kramp volunteered to bring snacks for the next meeting.
4-H club news runs on the Farm pages.
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