4-H News: 6-20

Tontogany Four-leaf Clovers
Members of the Tontogany Four-leaf Clovers 4-H Club met June 7.
Those attending went over 4-H project book requirements and dates and times.
Members broke into groups and gave demonstrations on their projects.
Also the club members signed up for the milk shake barn times on Aug. 5 and 6, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
each day and Aug. 9 from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Cloverbuds were adjourned to their meeting where they made popcorn mix and learned about health snacks.

Those who did not turn in livestock entry forms were to do so my today or there will be a $10 fee.
Club shirts will be distributed at the next meeting.
Members are requested to think of ideas and drawings for the float and booth for the fair. Work will
begin on July 13 after judging.
All members need to be judged, complete project book and exhibit something in the club’s booth at the
fair to receive their fair pass.
The next meeting is June 28 at 6:30 p.m.
Four-leaf Clover Leaders
The Four-leaf Clover Leaders 4-H Club met June 7.
Members reviewed how ell they did on the annual club picnic, which was considered a great success.
Donations received will be used on the July 10 "Pre-fair Dance." More details on the dance will
be discussed at the next meeting.
Members were advised about 4-H Honor Court deadlines have been changed, applications are now due June 29
at 4:30 p.m. Interviews will be held July 26 with results announced at the Style Revue on July 27.
Any 4-H member age 16 or older is eligible to apply. Those selected will receive a $250 scholarship from
the Wood County 4-H committee.
Leader members helped younger members with 4-H project book requirements. Members gave project
demonstrations in small groups.
The next meeting is June 28 at 7:30 p.m.
Klover Kids
The Klover Kids 4-H Club held a meeting at advisor Marlene Graber’s home on June 7. Discussed was
carpooling to the Wood County Humane Society on June 10, where they were to volunteer.
The club voted on their theme for the Bradner Day in the Park float and their booth at the Wood County
Fair. Pirates was chosen, "Sail the 4-H Seas."
Each member present discussed how their project was progressing. Health leader Ali Kagy gave her tip,
"Never be in a place where you are allergic." Safety leaders Josh Kagy and Nathan Walter
shared, "Never play with a fire extinguisher" and "Go the speed limit."
The next meeting will be at Graber’s home on Thursday at 3 p.m.
Those members who have not done their demonstrations are requested to do so at this meeting.