|Farm Briefs: 6-8-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|Saturday, 08 June 2013 08:07|
The 4-H-I-O club met Sunday. Project demonstrations were given by Gavin and Hannah Owens, Emma and Maddie Finley, as well as Brooke and Brena Mentor.
The Cloverbuds did a sheet on making trail mix while members discussed their projects' progress and interview skills.
A small group watered flowers planted in the church garden. At the end of the meeting club members played a game of "everyone's it" led by Tyler Ruck.
The next meeting is June 30 at 6 p.m.
Members of the Rough Riders 4-H club met Sunday at Grassy Creek Farm Riding Stable and helped lead horses for horse rides open to the community. More than 100 rides were given.
Upcoming events include work meetings to prepare riders for the Wood County Fair.
The next meeting was set for noon today at First United Methodist Church in Perrysburg.
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