|4-H News: 06-30-12|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 30 June 2012 07:53|
Blue Ribbon Rangers
The Blue Ribbon Rangers 4-H Club met Tuesday at Christ Church in Dowling.
New business included a discussion of the judging packet which was mailed to each member. Also, members were encouraged to join the Bake Off at the Fair where baked goods will be auctioned off and proceeds will benefit 4-H. Finally, members discussed buying new T-shirts for the fair to match the float.
Old business addressed purchasing a United States flag so that members can address a flag when saying the pledge of allegiance.
Members shared their experiences at Camp Palmer.
The field trip committee is organizing a trip to Fort Meigs and O-Deer Diner. The fundraising committee will hold a fundraiser at McDonald's on Wooster Street July 11 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Finally, the entertainment committee decided on a trip to Perry Falls Putt Putt on July 18.
Reports by several members were then presented. Camille Bratton discussed the Toledo Zoo, David Krukemyer reported on 4-H camp, Abbi Sheldrick discussed cake decorating. Chad Conner reported on dairy goats, Maddie Recker discussed survival bracelets, Allie Bingham reported on Washington D.C. and Jake Cross discussed shooting. Heidi Jennings presented on scrapbooking, Jake Sheldrick gave a report on NYC, Tyler Foos gave a report on the Ohio State Fair, Phillip Torrey presented on his band trip while Zack Isaacson reported on kittens while Eddie Cantwell discussed raising rabbits and Susie Foos presented on oatmeal cookies.
The next meeting will be July 9 at 7:30 p.m.
Dowling Stitch, Stir and Stock
The Dowling, Stitch, Stir, and Stock 4-H club met on Wednesday at the Luckey Legion. The club members started off answering roll call by saying what they would be doing on the 4th of July.
Afterwards a green report on saving energy was given by Hannah Sponaugle. Club members were scheduled to go to the landfill on a tour to have some learning experiences.
Jennifer Lang gave a demonstration on market hogs and cameras. Hannah Sponaugle gave a demonstration on the sensors of a robot. Leah Tressel gave a demonstration on tagging her chickens. Katelyn and Rebecca Lang both gave demonstrations on their goats.
The club plans on getting together for its next meeting on July 11 at the Legion in Luckey.
With the 2012 Wood County Fair rapidly approaching, our readers would love to hear what is going on in your club.
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