The Trail Blazers 4-H Club had a meeting on June 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the Barlow Fairgrounds. There were 14 members and eight guests present.
A demonstration was given by Abigail King on cooking. She made a creamy peanut butter dip and served it with apple slices. Good job.
Talked about the Quality Assurance and Skillathons that the members need to do to show their animals.
Had a report by several kids that went on the annual camping trip to the Kentucky Horse Park. Everyone had a wonderful time. The park was pleased how the kids were well-behaved. Great job to all who went.
The members voted on taking a canoe trip at the Hocking Hills in Logan. The canoe trip will be on Aug. 10. More information will follow.
June 25 – Equine Session #2 at Washington County Fairgrounds.
June 28-29 – Putting flags out for the 4th on Harmer Hill and Oak Grove.
July 1 – Clover bud Day Camp at Camp Hervida.
July 1-2 – Beginner 4-H Camp at Camp Hervida.
July 8-12 – Junior Camp at Camp Hervida .
July 16 – Non-livestock project judging at Washington County Career Center.
July 18 – Equine Session #3 at Washington County Fairgrounds.
July 20 – Feeder Calf, Market Dairy Goat tag in for Barlow Fair 8-10 a.m.
July 22-26 – Senior 4-H Camp at Camp Hervida.
Aug. 10 – Canoe trip.
Next meeting will be on July 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Barlow Fairgrounds.
The fifth 2019 meeting of the Honeysuckle Hills 4-H club on June 9 at 2 p.m. was called to order by Sierra Sinclair. The meeting was led by 2019 officers. Pledges were led by Aiden Harlow and Sierra Sinclair. Aiden Harlow read a devotion. Roll call was called by Sierra Sinclair, with two members present and seven absent. Secretary’s report was read by Sierra Sinclair with no corrections. The treasurer’s report was read by Aiden Harlow.
Old business included discussion on the field trip, the donation for updates at Camp Hervida, and camp registrations are due. New business included community service ideas and public speaking contest and skillathon. Announcements were read by Sierra Sinclair. Aiden Harlow did a demonstration on market dairy goats. Mr. Dean gave a Livestock Report. Refreshments were provided by the Harlow family.