4-H News: 06-26-13 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 26 June 2013 08:47
Haskins Clover Crew
The Haskins Clover Crew 4-H Club met Tuesday at the Wenig farm. The club discussed many ideas for their booth in the Junior Fair Building this year and decided on an "electricity" theme.
Many club members did demonstrations as well. Noah Dzierwa did his demonstration on his project "Grill Masters." He brought everyone grilled hotdogs. Hannah Smoyer did her demonstration on her project "First Aid in Action." She showed everyone her first aid kit.
Avery and Taylor Cepek also did their demonstration on turkeys together. Joseph Dzierwa ended the demonstrations by doing his on "Fishing." He showed members his tackle box and how to cast.

Tontogany Four Leaf Clovers
The Tontogany Four Leaf Clovers 4-H Club elected officers on Sunday. Members of the group that were elected were; president: Nick McBride, vise-president: Krystal Thomas, secretary: Amelia Pullins, treasurer: Keith Damschroder, news reporter: Lucy Pullins, Health and Safety leaders: Gwen Landry and Seth Pullins, recreational: Brandon Avers and Kelly McBride and photographer: Claire Wallace and Cloverbud assistant Brynne Limes.
Members received their project books, and went over judging times and requirements.
The club also voted for the top five booth and float ideas, Officers and meeting on Friday will decide the final design.
Members decided there are also no dues this year for, but all project books will be paid by the members. The club would like to thank the Tontogany Legion Hall and parents donations for helping them raise $606.
Cloverbuds drew up float ideas and came up with some float and booth themes. The members went over the dress code for judging that they have to wear a collared shirt with dress pants and no T-shirts, jeans or shorts are allowed for judging.
The next meeting is July 7 at 6:30 p.m., at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. At this meeting members will break into groups and do demonstration speeches for their projects. Booth and float committees will break into groups to sign up for their job duties. Members are ask to help run games and clean tables at the St Paul Ice Cream Social on July 14.

Four-leaf Clovers Leaders
On Sunday, the Four-leaf Clovers Leaders got together for their second meeting. To start out the meeting, the leadership group got together and elected officers. They elected April Michaelis as the president, Sarah Fowler as their vice president, Shannon Damschroder as secretary, the treasurer is Dayne Martinez, news reporter is Casey Farley, the health and safety leader is Miranda Gulyas, the recreation leader is Heather Hugg and Kristen Fowler is historian and Cloverbud leaders are Kirsten Knell and Casey Swanson.
The club discussed possible fundraisers, 4-H camp, and leadership opportunities for Leader members. Details were brought about the 4-H leadership retreat at 4-H camp this Thursday; many members are interested to sign up. Members discussed a dress code for judging all members need to wear polo shirts, khakis/kaki capris and the new nutrition project judging requirements.
The next meeting will be Friday at 7 p.m. for the leadership group. Members are to go over float and booth ideas.
 

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