Archive for Saturday, October 1, 2005

FCE and 4-H News

October 1, 2005


Stull Family and Community Education unit will meet at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Judy Wulfkuhle. Members are to bring food donations.

¢ Clinton Eagles 4-H Club met Sept. 5 at the Hubbell house. The meeting was called to order by Kahlynn Heine. Chris Gaston took roll call, which was answered by "What is your favorite subject in school?" Lindsey Fangman, Kasey Garzillo, Adam Spurling and Jared Fangman led members in singing "Bazooka Bubblegum."

Dale Baker and Michelle Colgan, county council representatives, read thank-you notes.

Kirstyn Heine gave the treasurer's report. Simon Fangman gave the reporter's report. Morgan Mangor gave a historian report. Delaney Dieker announced the recreation game would be tag.

Kahlynn Heine gave the County Council Report about cookbooks. Lanaea Heine gave the leaders' report, mentioning several upcoming events including the Maple Leaf Parade and club achievement night.

The club elected the following members: Kahlynn Heine, president; Mary Garzillo, vice president; Sandina Oxford, secretary; Katie Jones, parliamentarian; Donald Baldwin and Kahlynn Heine, county council representatives; Kirstyn Heine, treasurer; Delaney Dieker, reporter; Morgan Mangor, historian; Kasey Garzillo and Maria Penrod, song leaders; and Maddie Gosha and Nicki Snodgrass, recreation leaders.

Maria Penrod gave a project talk on photography. Lindsey Fangman gave a talk on sewing. Simon Fangman talked about his sheep project. Kasey Garzillo gave a talk on her poultry project.

The next meeting will be Monday at Wakarusa Valley School.

¢ Wesley Callahan, president, led the Sept. 1 meeting of the Palmyra 4-H Club at Ives Chapel Church in Baldwin. Jaimie Goff, secretary, read the minutes. Emily Krysztof gave the treasurer's report. Jennifer Goff gave the reporter's report.

The club decided to donate $50 to the Katrina Hurricane Fund. Club members also decided to help out with the farm tours Oct. 1-2 as a community service project.

Members are encouraged to attend worship service Oct. 2 at Ives Chapel because National 4-H Week is Oct. 2-8. Members also will make posters for schools to promote 4-H.

The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the church.

¢ The Four Leaf Clover 4-H Club met Sept. 12 at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds. Members turned in their record books.

The following officers were elected: Jessica Gibler, president; Weston Allen, vice president; Jen Livingood, secretary; Garret Jones, treasurer; Kevin Flanders, reporter; Louis Hamel, recreation; Emily Fritschen, song leader; Tress Ritchie, junior president; Peter Pottoff, junior vice president; Ryan Mitchell, junior secretary; Addison Jones, junior treasurer; Kate McCurdy, junior reporter; Jakob Drentlaw and Sam Thomas, junior song leaders; and Anna McCurdy and Tori Ritchie, junior recreation leaders.

Project talks were given by members enrolled in the clothing, poultry, reading and self-determined groups.

The club will have a National 4-H Week display at Pro Print.

The next meeting will be Oct. 10 at the fairgrounds. It will be the club's project fair.

Visitors are welcome to attend.


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