BY MATTIE McCORMICK

The first meeting of Lora McCampbell’s eighth-grade club was at Lakewood School on Oct. 27. Extension agents Staci Foy and Angela Wilson welcomed the members, passed out enrollment forms and discussed the upcoming year’s activities.

Officer elections were held and the responsibilities of each office were discussed. Officers elected were: Luke Stephens, president; Carson Greene, vice president; Mattie McCormick, secretary; Elaina Rogers and Jack Hutson, bulletin board chairmen; and Allie Paschall, community service leader.

The poster contest was scheduled to be held in the November meeting.

 

BY ADELLA KEMP

Heather Bastyr’s fourth-grade 4-H club met for the second time Oct. 28 at Paris Elementary School.

President Owen Simmons called the meeting to order. Brooklyn Mullins led the Pledge of Allegiance, and Lilly Page led the 4-H pledge. Club members answered roll call with their favorite movie. Zamonii Love gave the thought of the day and Brooklyn Fowler read the club’s poem.

This month’s contest was the poster contest. Green ribbon winners were Fowler and Joselynn Poligo. Red ribbon winners were Mullins, Zack Carnes, Cannon Turner, Milania Long-Townes, Page and Aiden Stafford. Blue ribbon winners were Adella Kemp, Leah Daniel, Simmons and Paxton McMasters.

Love, Vincent Vaughn and Reagan Phillips received purple ribbons and will advance to the county contest. Wilson told the club members about the speech contest for next month. The next meeting will be Dec. 2.

 

BY GATLIN GULISH

Breanna Hill’s fourth-grade club met at Harrelson School on Nov. 4. Program assistant Angela Wilson welcomed the members, passed out enrollment forms and talked about upcoming events.

Officer elections were held. Officers are Tierra Guy, president; Gavin Witherspoon, vice president; Gatlin Gulish, secretary; Annie Puckett, fun leader; Darby Collins and Ava Myrick, bulletin board chairmen; and Natlie Vance, community chairman.

The club’s next meeting will be Dec. 16. 

 

BY RAEGAN BASTYR

The second meeting of Jane Fiscus’ fourth-grade 4-H club at Paris Elementary School was on Oct. 28.

President Eliza Sinclair called the meeting to order. Drew Shepherd led the Pledge of Allegiance. Alayna Barrett led the 4-H pledge. Ivyanna Williams read a poem. Jadelynn Robertson read the thought of the day. Raegan Bastyr called the roll and read the minutes from the last meeting.

Dominic Palmer gave a demonstration about division.

Staci Foy told us the winners of the poster contest. The third-place winners were Jessie Northington, Williams and Caleb Bachusz. 

Second-place winners were Bastyr, Orion Spencer, Audrey Watkins, Ashton Higgins, Emsley Sherrod, Robertson, Barrett, Ally Lackey, Jacey Jackson and Mary Helen Smith.

First-place winners were Shepherd, Lincoln Phillips and Sinclair. 

The club talked about the public speaking contest, which will on Dec. 2. 

Officers elected on Sept. 29 were Sinclair, president; Smith, vice president; Bastyr, secretary; Lackey and Higgins, bulletin board co-chairmen; and Palmer and Sherrod, community service co-chairmen.

 

BY ADDISON GAFFORD

The first meeting of Lynette Smith’s fifth-grade club was at Paris Elementary School on Oct. 1. Extension Agent Angela Wilson welcomed the members, handed out enrollment forms and discussed upcoming 4-H activities.

Officer elections were held and responsibilities were discussed. Elected were: Eli Farris, president; Raylinn Thomas, vice president; Addison Gafford, secretary; and Eva Coleman and Olivia Jones, bulletin board. The poster contest was scheduled for the Oct. 29 meeting.

 

BY AUBREY PARTAIN

The first meeting of Stacy Hudgins’ fifth-grade 4-H club was at Harrelson School on Nov. 4. Extension Agent Staci Foy welcomed the members, passed out enrollment forms and discussed the upcoming year’s activities.

Officer elections were held and responsibilities for each office were discussed. Elected were: Jace Dunn, president; Kinsey Perry, vice president; Aubrey Partain, secretary; Carson Braham, fun leader; Ashton Gardner and Ayden Young, bulletin board chairmen; and Keira Spry, community chairman.

The poster contest will be discussed at the next meeting Dec. 16.

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