Archive for Saturday, September 6, 2008

4-H and FCE news

September 6, 2008


India FCE will meet at 1:15 p.m. Thursday at the home of Faye Young.

The program "Me and My Sombrero" will be presented by Regina Shaver.

¢Kanwaka FCE will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mary James. The lesson will be "Destination: Vermont." Aliene Bieber will present the lesson.

¢The Clinton Eagles 4-H club met Aug. 25 at Wakarusa Valley. The meeting was called to order by Kahlyn Heine. Amanda Snodgrass led the club in singing "I've been working on the railroad." Roll call was answered by "What is your favorite fair memory?" Delaney Dieker, secretary, read the minutes from the last meeting. Dieker also read two communications. Heine read the treasurer's report in Dustin Hoyt's absence. Mary Garzillo, county council representative, reported on the positive and negative things about the fair. Piper Hubbell, recreation leader, announced the recreation would be tag. Lanaea Heine, community leader, reported on memberships enrollment forms, state fair project entries, the reception for Trudy Rice, record book screening, pin applications, ambassador applications, officer interest forms and auction checks. Charles Garzillo, poultry leader, told the club's poultry members he was proud of their showing in the fair and also talked about taking birds to the state fair. Kylee Rhoades talked about the car show concession stand for Oct. 5 and sent around a sign-up sheet for shifts. Amy Gottschamer suggested a club community service project of cleaning up the Wakarusa Valley learning garden. One new member joined. Maddie and Aubrey Goscha gave a presentation on their pet rats. Jamie Morgison, of Meadowlark 4-H club, gave a presentation on her experience at Citizen Washington Focus. The next meeting will be 7 p.m. on Sept. 22 at Wakarusa Valley.


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