India FCE will meet at 1:15 p.m. Thursday at the home of Wilma Stone. Co-hostess will be Faye Young. Regina Shaver will give the lesson "Someone's Asking ... Is The Cyber Highway Friend or Foe?"
The Meadowlark 4-H club met on March 9. The meeting was informal due to lack of members. The club leader handed out ribbons from the Douglas County 4-H Days model meeting. The club received a red ribbon.
Kanwaka FCE will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Reba Bennett. The lesson topic will be "Healthy Choices When Eating Out." Charlene Winter will give the lesson.
The Clinton Eagles 4-H Club met on March 24 at Wakarusa Valley School. Kahlyn Heine, president, called the meeting to order. Connor Shuck and Jared Fangman, song leaders, led the club in singing "Bazooka Bubblegum." Roll call was answered by what is your favorite candy. Delaney Dieker, secretary, read the minutes from the February meeting and they were approved. No communications were announced. Dustin Hoyt, treasurer, reported the club's finances. Morgan Manger, reporter, announced the monthly report had been printed in the Journal-World. Dalton Welsh, county council representative, announced the possibility of camp insurance to the club. There were no parlimentarian, historian or recreation reports. Lanaea Heine, community leader, told the club about county camp, camp counselors, VIP training, horticulture fun camp and project information requests. She also handed out ribbons to those who competed in county club days. They were: Nicki Snodgrass, impromptu, red, violin, blue; Lindsey Fangman, dance, purple; Kirstyn Heine, impromptu, blue; Kiera Snodgrass, show-and-share, blue; Amanda Snodgrass, piano, purple, oral interpretation, blue; and Morgan Manger, piano, purple. Lanaea also presented blue ribbons to those who participated in the club skit: Emory Hubbel, Nicolas Gottschamer, Maddie Goscha, Aubrey Goscha, Donovan Barr, Darian Barr, Taegan Sharp, Amanda Coatney, Simon Fangman, Lindsey Fangman, Charley McGraw, Mackayla Oxford, Sandina Oxford, Delaney Dieker, Kiera Snodgrass, Amanda Snodgrass, and Sabrina Jones. Charles Garzillo, poultry leader, announced 648 birds had been ordered for the club. Rod Heine, swine leader, announced there would be a swine sale soon. Kim Hubbell, rabbit leader, announced there would be a rabbit show soon. The SWAP meet committee reminded the club of the SWAP meet on May 2, 3, and 4. The club discussed moving the meeting in May to the third Monday instead of the fourth. MacKenzie Rhoades moved that the meeting should be changed to the third Monday in May. It was seconded and approved by the club. There were no new members or programs. The next meeting will be on April 28 at Wakarusa Valley.