The Livestock Unlimited 4-H Club has been very busy.
In addition to a regular meeting, they held a skill-a-thon practice on June 17. There, the members
brushed up on their already existing livestock knowledge.
Members will be put to the ultimate test next week at the Wood County Turley Livestock Skill-a-thon.
The club is currently holding its food drive as a community service project. The booth committee decided
on "Were crazy about 4-H" as its 2009 theme.
One of the biggest preparations for the 2009 Wood County Fair is coming up, and that’s the Showmanship
clinics. The members will work with past 4-H members to train for the showmanship shows at the fair.
The Golden Key 4-H Club met Saturday at adviser Doug Kale’s home. A picnic preceded the meeting.
Demonstrations were given by Mitchell Beaverson, Samantha Huff, Kalin Kale, Kelby Kale, Michael Douglas
and Kyra Bloom.
Members will get their wrist bands at the next meeting which will be July 26 at the church. Members
should bring their project books and any other materials for the booth.
Members of the Green Meadows 4-H Club met Sunday at the Agricultural Incubator Foundation on Ohio 582.
The club voted on its fair booth theme.
Members were reminded of judging dates.
Demonstrations were given by David Bostdorff, Kelsey Burg and Caroline Weihl.
Animal quality assurance was given for those members taking animal projects.
The club will participate in the fair parade.
The queen candidate is Kara Dickey and the king candidate is Tyler Burg.
Members will work in the milkshake booth on Aug. 9.
The next meeting is July 13 at the same location.
Club reporters may e-mail meeting reports to [email protected] This is the preferred method of
sending in meeting reports.