|4-H News: 06-07-12|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 07 June 2012 09:03|
Leaders of Tomorrow
The Leaders of Tomorrow 4-H group met Sunday at Andy Wilhelm's house. The meeting began with a health and safety report of the importance of sunscreen.
Ideas for the group T-shirts were discussed. Lauren Strow did a demonstration of her rabbit project, explaining what a market rabbit should look like. Ben Wilhelm showed the group different egg sizes and explained the breed of the chicken determines the size of the egg. He also demonstrated how to do a quick release knot for cattle.
After the meeting members painted the groups quilt square which will be hung up on display behind St. Louis School.
The next meeting is July 8 at 2 p.m. at Andy Wilhem's house.
Wood 'N Horses
Wood 'N Horses 4-H Club met in May for the monthly business meeting.
At this week's meeting ithe raffle tickets and money were due and they were planning to order club shirts and sweats.
The 4HIO club met in May for its monthly business meeting.
Cooper Kingery read a thank you letter from the recipient of the 4H Camp Scholarship the club sponsored. Members discussed club shirts and themes for their fair booth.
Katelyn Myers presented a health and safety challenge during which members tried to answer various health related questions about nutrition. Grace Kingery did a presentation on horse tack and safety while Samuel Musteric demonstrated proper sanding techniques as learned in his wood working project.
Holden Ruck also did a cooking demonstration and provided pumpkin bread and strawberries and milk for snack.
Members turned in Kalahari raffle tickets.
All raffle remaining tickets must be turned in at the next meeting at 6 p.m. June 10 at Bethlehem Lutheran Church.
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