The Clinton Eagles 4-H club met Sept. 22 at Wakarusa Valley. The meeting was called to order by Kahlyn Heine. Roll call was answered by "What color are your eyes?" Connor Shuck led the club in singing "Take Me Out To the Ballgame." Delaney Dieker, secretary, read the minutes from the last meeting. Dieker also read two communications. The first communication was from Emily Morehouse thanking the club for its help at the fair. The other communication was from Katie Gatson thanking the club for the scholarship she received. Because of Dustin Hoyt's absence, the treasurer's report was read by his father. Lanaea Heine, community leader, told the club about membership enrollment forms, record book screenings on Monday, pin applications due date and ambassador applications. Charles Garzillo, poultry leader, congratulated the club on its success in the state fair. Linda Troutfetter, car show concession stand committee chairwoman, reminded the club the car show concession stand would be Sunday. Mona Goscha talked to the club about National 4-H week, Monday through Saturday. Erica Spurling announced the club achievement celebration would be Nov. 1 at the Heine home. The Snodgrass family talked about the club exchange with the 4-Leaf Clover Club. One new member joined. New officers are Kirstyn Heine, president; Delaney Dieker, vice president; Morgan Manger, secretary; Tessa Lieber, treasurer; Kirstyn Heine and Mary Garzillo, county council representatives; Adam Spurling, parliamentarian; Piper Hubbell, reporter; Amanda Snodgrass and Aubrey Goscha, song leaders; and Kasey Garzillo and Charles McGraw, recreation leaders. The next meeting will be a potluck on Nov. 1 at the Heine home. All families are asked to bring a covered dish.
¢India FCE will meet for lunch at noon Thursday at the home of Donna Kuhlman. Genny Hunsinger will serve as co-hostess and also present the program "Everybody To The Table It's Time To Eat."