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4-H NEWS

The Country Kids 4H Club

The Country Kids 4H Club met on Feb. 18 at the Highland Ridge Community Church. Five Members were in attendance.

Election of officers was held. Max Cogswell – president and secretary, Lakyn Secrest – vice president and recreation, Dylan Barth – news reporter, Kaylie Barth – safety officer, Emmie Barth – health officer, Tammy Longfellow – advisor. The next meeting is scheduled for March 18 at the Highland Ridge Community Church at 7 p.m. New members are welcome.

Trail Blazers 4-H Club

News report

The Trail Blazers 4-H Club had their first meeting of the year on Feb. 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the Barlow Fairgrounds. There were 20 members and 13 guests present at the meeting. The meeting was called to order at 6:36 p.m. All club members participated in a game by saying a word in order for the American pledge and also for the 4-H pledge.

Old business:

Had a report on the trip to the Columbus Zoo and lights.

Mark your calendar for Kentucky Horse Park trip on June 14-16.

New business:

4-H week- Got a committee together for window committee and are having the Hoffman family do the poster.

The club voted on the Endowment dinner basket. The donations for the basket should be brought to the March meeting. Items should include chocolates, coffee or candles.

Applebee’s pancake breakfast for the Horse Committee is March 23. $5 per ticket. Come out and enjoy and support the Horse Committee.

Candy bars were handed out for $1 each and money is due to adviser before March 27.

Upcoming events:

4-H Open House is March 7 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Washington County Jr. Fair Building.

Tractor Supply paper clover campaign is March 27-April 7.

Hand out enrollment forms. Due to extension office by April 15 at 4:30 p.m.

Next meeting is March 21 at 6:30 p.m. at Barlow Fairgrounds.

The Churchtown Busy Bunch

The Churchtown Busy Bunch 4-H club meeting on Feb. 24 was called to order by Vice President Christian Schwendeman. The American pledge was led by Kail Bauerbach. The 4-H pledge was led by Brenner Schwendeman.

Under old business, a bake sale was held at the St. John Women’s Club breakfast. Leftover baked goods will be donated to Daily Bread Kitchen. Club members helped clean up after the breakfast/bake sale by putting away tables and chairs and sweeping the floor as a service and thank you to the women’s club. We then went to St. John preschool for a work meeting to put up the 4-H promotional window display. We also reviewed assignments for the OSU illuminated Block “O” that will be donated to the 4-H Endowment Dinner and Auction.

There was no new business.

Kail Bauerbach motioned to adjourn the meeting. Brenner Schwendeman seconded it. The next meeting will be March 10.

Club members enjoyed refreshments and working on the window display.

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