4-H News: 05-18-13 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Saturday, 18 May 2013 08:10
Lucky Charms
The Lucky Charms met on April 14 at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Bowling Green.
Members voted to adapt the new Wood County 4-H Constitution. Ian Rybak read a letter from State Representative Tim Brown thanking the members for their enthusiasm for 4-H. For Kiera Miller's yeast bread demonstration, each member made a pretzel and baked it in the church ovens. Recreation Leader Tim Kleman led members in a game of Eco-location with members being bats and moths
At the April 28 meeting members answered roll call to their favorite spring flower, some included daisies, roses (of all sorts), and daffodils.
The club chose a booth theme but is not announcing the theme to surprise those who see it at the fair.
During demonstrations Duncan Schultz discussed with members the parts of an insect. Adeline Bilhary showed members how to set a table. Abby Bateson brought Bucky her bunny and reviewed the parts of a bunny as well as showmanship techniques. Dana Kleman discussed the Temperature Danger Zone for the upcoming picnic season. AnaLisa Bihary demonstrated how to tie a sewing knot.  She also taught members to play Fruit Mix Up
for recreation.
On Saturday, the Club had a great "Funday" riding on the Slippery Elm trail to Rudolph. Meredith Schultz' grandmother had homemade cookies for refreshments in Rudolph. Five members and their parents made it to Rudolph. Ian Rybak, on bike and Duncan Schultz by scooter made it to Rudolph and back, where Mrs. Bihary had ice cream treats waiting.
The next meeting is Sunday at the church; as members will be tie dying shirts for the fair parade.

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