Written by Anna Stroup, Club Reporter
The Buckeye Rangers 4-H club held a regular meeting at the Range Township Fire hall on Sunday, April 7, 2019.
A Health report was given by Lane Caudill on the correct ways to recycle tires. A Safety report was given by Hannah Morrow on never talking to strangers.
Community projects were discussed which will be planting flowers at the fire house and Rock-in on the Run. One community project already completed was a collection of Easter items to be given to the “Help House” in London, Ohio. A
ll members were reminded that a Quality Assurance needs to be completed before May 1, swine ear notch forms and sheep breeding forms must be turned in to the fairgrounds on May 4, skill-a-thon must be completed on either June 18 or 26 and club t-shirt contest entries are due at the meeting on May 14.
Demonstrations were done by Lane Caudill on a sample of a WW2 cannon made from a WW2 airplane wing and by Clayton on the wrestling. The meeting was adjourned and cookies and juice were enjoyed by everyone.
Members with community service project of collecting Easter items for the Help House.
Written by Ann Mathewson, Club Reporter
On Sunday March 31st at 6:00pm the Fairfield Rascals held a 4-H meeting at the Fairfield township hall. The U.S. pledge was led by Myles Guthrie and the 4-H pledge was led by Cooper Guthrie. The minutes were read and approved. The treasurer, heath, safety, and community service reports were given.
Demonstrations were given by Brooklyn Baker on a sheep haulter, and Noah Fellure on products.
The old business was about papers, remind app, and when sub forms were due and who to give them to. Then the club leader gave a reminder of dates.
The new business was on votes, supply and feed records, etc. Then the meeting was ended.
Written by Ann Mathewson, Club Reporter
On February 24, 2019 at 6:oo pm the Fairfield Rascals 4-H club held a meeting at the Fairfield Township Hall. The meeting was called to order by the president Olivia Rinesmith. The U.S pledge was led by Brenton and the 4-H pledge was led by Devon.
The minutes and attendance were shared by Hailey Ballah. The minutes were approved by the president Olivia.
The treasurer Sara shared the savings which were $3,143.
Lane gave a heath report about breakfast being the most important meal and people should eat it everyday.
Riley gave a community service report. Her report was that it would cost the club $559 to build a gaga ball, ball pit at the park.
The old business discussed was about the $15 activity fee needed.
The new business discussed was about t-shirts for the club and when the order forms need to be in.
Zane Boggs gave a demonstration about how to create a lead rope. Hailey Ballah gave a demonstration on how to check if eggs are good or not. Rocks were painted to go around the fair.
Lastly Annette Rinesmith gave a reminder of dates that are needed to be remembered. Then the meeting was called to an end.
Written by Trenton Vance, Member of Clover Clippers 4-H Club
On April 13, 2019, twenty-six Madison County 4-H members who are taking a sewing project, and advisors and parents, went to The Ohio State University to see a fashion show. The university’s Fashion Production Association hosted their annual fashion show with a theme of “Next”. The participating OSU students had to design and construct garments that they thought would represent future fashion trends. Our members who attended were very inspired by the creativity and are hoping to make this show an annual tradition!
4-H members taking sewing projects can attend any or all of the sewing clinics offered by the 4-H Clothing Key Leader – Daphne Hedgecock. Dates for these clinics are below:
- April 27, 9:00am-4:00pm, Canaan Township Hall, Plain City
- May 11, 9:00am-4:00pm, Hope Church, Rt. 42, Plain City
- June 12, 20, 21 – 9:00am-4:00pm, Canaan Township Hall, Plain City
- June 24, 25, 27 – 9:00am-4:00pm, Hope Church. Rt. 42, Plain City
If you are interested in learning more about 4-H and sewing project, contact the Madison County OSU Extension Office at 740-852-0975 or check out madison.osu.edu and click on “4-H Youth Development”.
Madison County 4-H Camp registration is now open!
4-H Camp is held June 6-9, 2019 at 4-H Camp Clifton near Yellow Springs, Ohio.
Madison County 4-H Camp is open to all youth ages 8-18. Registration is $190 for 4-H members and $210 for non 4-H members.
To register, complete the following paperwork and turn it into the Madison County Extension Office by May 10!
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