The regular meeting of Maria Nance’s fourth-grade 4-H club at Lakewood School was Dec. 18. The meeting was called to order by President Lillian Eaton.

Vice President James Wilson called on Asher Allbritan to lead the Pledge of Allegiance and Braylon McCartney to lead the 4-H pledge. The thought of the day was given by Tripp Houston and a poem was read by Tiffany Tyler. Secretary Anna Jo Wardlaw called roll and read the minutes from the previous meeting.

A demonstration on how to make recycled Christmas ornaments was given by Addison Deeter. The 4-H bulletin board was created by McKenna Massey and was given a red ribbon. The title was “4-H is Snow Much Fun.”

The contest for this month was recycled crafts. Purple ribbon winners in the contest were Eaton and Wilson. Blue ribbon winner was Deeter. Red ribbon winner was Massey. Clover bucks were given to all contestants. 

The next meeting will be Tuesday, and the speech contest will be held. Staci Foy, Extension agent, explained the guidelines for the speech contest. Fourth-grade speeches must be 1-2 minutes long. The topic is “My Favorite _____.”

The Helping Hand radio auction has begun. Feb. 17 is 4-H day.

 

BY RYNE LINDSEY

 

The meeting of the 4-H club in Britni O’Neal’s fourth-grade class at Lakewood School was Dec. 18.

The club president, Keiden Smith, asked everyone to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance led by Ethan Kreitz and remain standing for the 4-H pledge led by Peyton Smith. The secretary, Ryne Lindsey, called roll and read the minutes of the last meeting. Smith then turned the meeting over to Vice President Emma Fortner. 

Alexander Cavelera gave a demonstration. The thought of the day was given by Braelynne Ohl. Mattix Sorensen read the poem. The Funager’s game was musical chairs. The contest for this meeting was Trash to Treasure. Madison Page won a purple ribbon and Lane Snow won a blue ribbon. Awards were also given to the other participants.

 

BY ZEKE GRAVES

 

The regular meeting of Cynthia Potts’ fourth-grade 4-H club at Henry School was Jan. 10.

The meeting was called to order by President Kelsey Martin. Vice President Jayla Mockabee called on Carsyn Sweet to lead the Pledge of Allegiance and Oscar Zamarripa to lead the 4-H pledge. The thought of the day was given by Cashton Halstead and a poem was read by Jayden Tucker. Halstead, who is the fun leader, led the club in a game. 

Staci Foy, Extension agent, gave out ribbons for the speech contest. Tucker won a blue ribbon. Purple ribbon winners were Martin and Mockabee. The purple ribbon winners will move forward to the county contest. 

The two county poster contest winners were Mockabee, who received a red ribbon, and Halstead, who received a blue ribbon. The next meeting will be Feb. 13 and the contest will be demonstrations. 

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