4-H News: 7-29

Colorful Clovers
Members of the Colorful Clovers 4-H Club met July 9 at First United Methodist Church for a community
service project, meeting and cookout.
The treasurer reported a balance of $265.59 and reported the club made $112 from the GOBA fundraiser.
Members were slated to be working on the float at the Lause home on July 16.
Members met in their committee group and adviser group to discuss any last minute questions about judging
and members gave demonstrations.
The final community service project of serving lunch to the senior citizens will be on Aug. 6 at the Wood
County Fair.
Members signed up to work the Milkshake Barn during the fair on Aug. 4.
Members were encouraged to participate in the 4-H Bake-off during the fair.
The Cloverbud Camp was held July 24. Honor Member forms are due Aug. 21. Parents are invited to the next
meeting on Friday at First United Methodist Church from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Everyone should bring a dessert.

Gold Medal
The Gold Medal 4-H Club met Saturday at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Maumee, to work on the float for the
Wood County Fair Parade. The parade will be held next Tuesday.
The theme is "4-H is Sweet." Much was accomplished, including painting the pieces of cardboard
to be constructed into the candy-related theme.
A brief meeting was held with approximately 15 members in attendance. The snack was provided by the
Schaller’s and the adviser, Janell Vickers. Some of the parents were also in attendance to help out as
The next meeting will be Thursday at 6 p.m. to continue to work on float and pick-up trash at the Wood
County Fairgrounds.