Archive for Saturday, October 2, 2004

FCE and 4-H news

October 2, 2004


Kanwaka Family and Community Education will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Bismarck Gardens lake house. Hostess will be Myrna Hartford. Co-hostess will be Jean Etherton. Muriel Maness will present the program.


Stull Family and Community Education will meet at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Stull Church of Christ. The lesson will be politics.


The Clinton Eagles 4-H Club met Sept. 6. The meeting was called to order by Donald Baldwin, president. Charlie Garzillo was secretary. Members answered roll call by naming their favorite school subject. Morgan Manger and Delaney Dieker led the club in a song. Kahlyn Heine provided a treasurer's report. Haven Bouton provided the county council report.

Lanaea Heine gave the leader's report. She reminded members about the deadlines for record books, pin applications, ambassador applications and Citizen Washington Focus applications. She asked for volunteers to judge record books.

Denise Snodgrass thanked the club for their support of the Children's Mercy collection drive.

The club discussed Sunday's carshow concession stand and National 4-H Week.

The club elected the following officers: Haven Bouton, president; Kahlyn Heine, vice president; Katie Gaston, secretary; Kirstyn Heine, treasurer; Simon Fangman, reporter; Michelle Colgan, parliamentarian; Morgan Manger, historian; Lindsey Fangman and Kasey Waite, song leaders; Delaney Dieker and Danielle Hodges, recreation leaders; and Donald Baldwin, council representative.

Laurel Nagengast, Morgan Banning, Kailey Wingert, Maria Penrod, Hyrum Richardson, Melissa Richardson, and Joseph Richardson joined the club.

Maddie Goscha gave a project talk on her entomology project. She brought her insect display to show to the club.


During Kanwaka 4-H Club's September meeting, Stuart Wakeman and B.J. Simpson led the club in the flag salute. Miriah Dickson and Martha Kesler led the club in singing. Members answered roll call by naming what their favorite activity or trip was during the summer.

Jason McCandless read the minutes of the last meeting.

Members were reminded of the following events: National 4-H week, Sunday through Saturday; Camp Chippewa leaders training retreat, Oct. 9-10; annual Farm Bureau dinner, Oct. 12; and a walk to help prevent diabetes, today.

The club is planning an achievement banquet.

The club elected the following officers: Amber Butenbender, president; Alex Price, junior president; Curtis Wakeman, vice president; Sierra Dickson, junior vice president; Joanna Wakeman, secretary; B.J. Simpson, junior secretary; Jason McCandless, treasurer; Miriah Dickson, junior treasurer; Jennifer Crawford, photographer; Stuart Wakeman, junior photographer; Jennifer McCandless, reporter; Morgan Brown, junior reporter; Martha Kesler and Grace Oliver, song leaders; Kyle Rainey and Miriah Dickson, recreation leaders; Shon Price, parliamentarian; Morgan Brown, historian; and Joanna Wakeman, council representative.

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