|4-H News: 06-10-14|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 10 June 2014 09:33|
The Green Meadows 4-H club met June 1 at Lusher Park in Haskins.
Members decided on a mud theme for this year’s fair booth. The group also proceeded to discuss working at McDonald’s to raise money for the club. Bethany Horen informed the club on the different types of yeasts during the demonstration of her project, Yeast Breads on the Rise. Sydney Bennett brought in traps and other equipment when demonstrating her project, Trapping Muskrats in Ohio.
The next meeting will be held June 16 at 6 p.m. at an undetermined location.
On Sunday June 8, 2014, the Jackson Livestock 4-H club held its monthly meeting. Roll call was conducted by asking members to state their favorite Disney characters.
Members responsible for recycling were informed of the date, June 28 from 9-11:30.
Demonstrations were given by Lindsay Davis who spoke about facts and myths of hogs. Caylei Rettig also gave a demonstration speaking about the different breeds of cattle. Alyssa Schwab described the three common types of goats and their uses.
The club then discussed plans for their booth. Members then completed a “Let’s Be Junior Fair” activity involving different scenarios and how to handle them. Demonstrations and snacks were assigned for the next meeting. The club was then informed that anyone taking a miscellaneous project to judging was required to bring their completed project book to the next meeting, so it could be looked over by advisors. Members enjoyed snacks.
The next meeting will be on June 29 at the OARDC Research Farm.
Golden Key 4-H Club met June 8 with 27 members attending meeting at the South Liberty Church.
Items discussed were the important dates for the upcoming judging times for clothing, livestock and misc projects.
Demonstrations were given by the following: Avery Bayes..types of chicken feed; Brandon Yarger...Upwards basketball program; Lane Bechstein...The light bulb circuit; Audrey Dewey...Scrapbooking; Dale Dewey...Special Olympics swimming; Katie Nagel....Breeds of chickens Lynette Bechstein....How to make yogurt cups.
The next meeting will be on June 28 at 1 p.m. in front of the Wood County Historical Museum. Members will be viewing the new 4-H history exhibit at that meeting.
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