The Clinton Eagles 4-H Club’s March 22 meeting was at Wakarusa Valley School and was called to order by Kirstyn Heine, president. Roll call was answered by “What is your favorite technology device?” Aubrey Goscha and Kiera Snodgrass led the club in singing “Home on the Range.” Morgan Manger, secretary, read the minutes from the last meeting. Tessa Lieber read the treasurer’s report.
Lanaea Heine, community leader, talked about Swap Meet, Try-Tech, Spring Livestock Expo, Clover Buds, Shooting Sports, different camps coming up, and other future fair related activities. Additionally, the T-Bones reading program was discussed and there was an amendment to the budget to include two different scholarship options for seniors in the club. Charlie Garzillo talked about Poultry Club and meat bird orders. After the meeting, there was an orientation for new families interested in learning more about 4-H. The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. April 26 at the school.
Douglas County Family and Community Education, in cooperation with K-State Research and Extension’s Family and Consumer Sciences, announces the April program “Arthritis.” Dr. Nancy Nowlin, rheumatologist, will give the presentation at 9:30 a.m. April 2 in the Dreher Building at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds, 2110 Harper St. The free program is open to the public, but registration is requested, by calling 843-7058.