|4-H News: 05-08-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Wednesday, 08 May 2013 07:43|
Members of the Duke's Mixture 4-H Club met Sunday at Webster Township Hall with a focus on community service.
Members spoke about some community service projects they could do locally. One idea involved donating food at a pantry. The local pantries are in need of peanut butter and jelly. At the next meeting everyone is encouraged to bring either peanut butter or jelly. If more than one person in family there is only required one jar per family.
The club also discussed some fundraising ideas. The fundraiser we will involve e-mailing flyers to people for Bob Evans. If they eat at Bob Evans and show the flyer 15 percent goes as a proceed.
At the next meeting, scheduled for June 5, at the same location, members will discuss float and booth ideas and everyone is encouraged to bring ideas with them. The meeting ended with a few games and refreshments.
Beaver Creek Boosters
On Sunday the Beaver Creek Boosters held its fourth meeting of the 2013 year at the United Methodist Church in Grand Rapids.
The club members got into their project groups and planned 4-H demonstrations. Following, the club voted on the entry payment for King & Queen entry. The motion passed. The Club promoted 4-H Camp and talked about camper round up. After the meeting members made pinwheels for the local nursing home and ate ice cream.
The next meeting is June 9, when the club will start demonstrations.
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