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4-H NEWS

Trail Blazers

The Trail Blazers 4-H Club had a meeting on Oct. 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the Sweet Apple Farm in Vincent. There were 18 members and 18 guests present. Handed out premiums and awards to members.

Certificates of Achievement: Congratulations

Ten-year pin – Alyssa Deeter, Holly McCoy.

Eight-year pin – Cassie Dennis.

Five-year pin – Ryace Boyer, Helena Dowler, Emily Glover, Maddie Overby.

One-year pin – Tara Knowltman, Ashlyn Carson, Vanessa Self.

Honorary Cloverbud – Avery Self.

Congratulations to our members in good standing: Abbe Ackman, Gayle Allen, Elaina Benedict, Rylie Benedict, Hayley Brooker, Zoey Carson, Breonna Deeter, Maryssa Dennis, Helena Dowler, Jenna Haffner, Tessa Haffner, Alicia Hockenberry, Cory Hoffman, Emily Hoffman, Travis Hoffman, Abagail King, Hannah Myers, Beth Rohr.

Upcoming events:

Nov. 9 – Hervida Building Fund Drawing and Silent Auction, Churchtown K of C Hall at 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 14 – 4-H End of Year Celebration, Washington County Career Center at 7 p.m.

Next meeting will be in December; watch for update on time and place. Also at this meeting, bring donations for Toys for Tots.

Reported by Emily Hoffman, Travis Hoffman and Cory Hoffman.

Honeysuckle Hills

The Honeysuckle Hills 4-H Club held their Halloween Party and meeting at the Sinclair’s farm on Oct. 20 at 3 p.m. The meeting was called to order by President Sierra Sinclair. Christopher Burdiss led the American pledge and Elizabeth Burdiss led the 4-H pledge. Roll call was taken by Secretary Elizabeth by your favorite Halloween costume or what you are dressing up as this year. The secretary’s report was read and the minutes were approved by the club. The treasurer’s report was given by Christopher.

Old business: Elizabeth and Christopher reported on the Barlow Fair. Our fair booth won first place and our trash won second place at the Barlow Fair. Mrs. Harlow reported on the delivery of the donated school supplies to the Gospel Mission. The club decided to donate a Thanksgiving wreath to the Hervida Building Fund.

New business: The club is considering changing the times when the club meets.

The club’s program was handing out certificates and pins for the year. Halloween games and refreshments followed. The next meeting will be in February.

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