|4-H News: 06-15-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 15 June 2013 08:13|
On Sunday the Jackson Livestock 4-H Club held its monthly meeting. Roll call was conducted by asking members who they would most like to meet from history alive or dead.
Members responsible for recycling were informed of the date, on June 22 from 9-11:30 a.m.
Demonstrations were given by Taylor Crawford, who spoke about the uses of various types of goats. Caylei Rettig also gave a demonstration speaking about the different breeds of hogs.
The club then discussed plans for their booth. Members voted on club T-shirts design and decided they would be ordered for fair. Demonstrations and snacks were assigned for the next meeting. Members enjoyed snacks.
The next meeting will be on June 30, at the OARDC Research Farm.
The Lucky Charms 4-H Club met on May 19 at St. Mark's Lutheran Church.
Cloverbuds led the club in the Pledge of Allegiance and 4-H pledge for their demonstration. Meredith Schultz showed members how to cut shortening into flour for her Let's Bake Quick Breads Project. Emma Sievert gave a lively demonstration on how to groom a cat. The members created tied-dyed T-shirts for the Junior Fair Parade.
At the meeting on June 4, members answered roll call to what they wanted to be when they grew up.
Duncan Schultz gave the Health and Safety report; he reminded members to wear safety glasses when woodworking or performing other activities where foreign partials are likely to get into your eyes.
Plans for walking in the Junior Fair Parade and the Club Community Service Project were discussed. For a community service project, the Lucky Charms will help clean Home and Garden World Building on the Wood County Fairgrounds. The 4-H Bake Sale was also discussed. Members are looking forward to participating in this 4-H fundraising activity. The group cut out name tags for the booth in the Junior Fair Building.
Jessie Kozlowski gave a demonstration on her 4-H Scrapbooking Project. She explained the importance of not over, or under, decorating a scrapbook page, and showed members some of the many available scrapbooking tools.
Members then participated in adviser judging to practice and prepare for Wood County 4-H judging in July.
The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the church.
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