Written By Anna Stroup, News Reporter
The Buckeye Rangers 4-H club held a regular meeting at the Range Township Fire hall on Sunday, May 14, 2019. The pledges were led by Keyairra Helton and Hannah Morrow. A Safety report was given by Hannah Morrow on never getting into a car with a stranger. A reminder that skill-a-thon must be completed on either June 18 or 26. Also, the deadline for fair sign-ups are June 1. Club t-shirts designs were voted on and the winner was Anna Stroup. The winner will receive $25. Demonstrations were done by the Clover buds, Leah Stroup, Ted Madden, Cooper Hughes and Carter Quire on “4-H means to me”. Also, Logan and Zoey Patrick did a demonstration on different cattle disease. After the short meeting, all members and families met outside to plant flowers as a community service project. A dedication of a small stepping stone was presented to the family of Master Gardner, Lynda Junk, who passed away in late 2018. Mrs. Junk in the past helped the Buckeye Rangers with the flower planting. The next meeting will be held at 4-H advisor, Susan Hughes home for a pot luck meal and a swine demonstration.