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Lowell Lively Lassies & Lads

May 20, 2018

Lowell Lively Lassies & Lads 4-H Club met on May 20, 2018. The members met at Lowell Elementary School to plant flowers around the bell for their community service project. After planting the flowers they proceeded to St. John’s Evangelical Church for the business meeting. The meeting was called to order by President Sierra Bayless. The pledges were led by Gwen Rauch and Logan Wagner. Members answered role call with, “What I Did for My Mom for Mother’s Day.” The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The treasurer presented a bill for flowers and mulch for the flower bed at the school.

All the Market Animal members have attended Quality Assurance Training. Tag in for Market Lambs, Goats, and Dairy Feeders was June 2 at the Washington County Fairgrounds. State Leadership Camp was June 2-6 at Camp Ohio. Cloverbud Camp was July 2, Beginner Camp was July 2-3, Junior Camp will be July 9-13, and Senior Camp will be July 23-27 at Camp Hervida. Register is underway for all camps.

Members were reminded to work on projects and plan their demonstrations for the next meeting. Healthy eating tips were presented and eating plenty of fruits and vegetables was discussed. The next meeting was set for June 10, 2018. Madison Butler led recreation. Members had to name camping items that began with the first letter of their name. Refreshments were served by Dominic Brooker, Levi Wagner and Logan Wagner.

June 10, 2018

Lowell Lively Lassies & Lads 4-H Club met on June 10, 2018. The meeting was called to order by President Sierra Bayless. The pledges were led by Sierra Bayless and Gwen Rauch. Members answered roll call with, “Where I Would Like to Go On Vacation.” The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The treasurer’s report was given.

The 4-H Camp Theme this year is “Safari Adventure.” Ariane Pollock and Ben Wagner will be camp counselors. Madison Butler, Janessa Ross, Levi Wagner and Logan Wagner have all registered for camp. Also, Madison Butler will attend Space Camp and Taylor Haines will attend Sea Camp.

The tentative date to pick up poultry was July 12. Project Judging for all non-animal projects will be July 17 with a make-up date of Aug. 7. Members must attend judging to earn project completion for the year. Guidelines for all projects are in the June/July Family Newsletter. Pen reservations for the Washington County Fair are due by Aug. 3 to the Senior Fair Board. Skillathons for animal projects will be Aug. 4 at the Washington County Fairgrounds. The theme this year for the Washington County Fair is “4-H Then — Now & Forever.” All members need to be thinking of ideas for the fair booth.

Madison Butler gave a demonstration on cake decorating. She showed how to make piping letters, flowers and ribbon designs. Taylor Haines gave a demonstration on woodworking. She showed different kinds of wood and told what it is used for. She is making a treasure chest for her 4-H project. The Cloverbuds learned how to follow directions and practiced by making slime and playing Simon Says. The next meeting was set for June 24, 2018. Recreation was led by Madison Butler. Members played Two Truths And A Lie. Refreshments were served by Cole Haines and Taylor Haines.

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