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April 22, 2018
 

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4-H Clubs

Blanchard Pleasant Buckeyes met

The Blanchard Pleasant Buckeyes 4-H club met at 7:00 on April 16th at the Hardin Northern Schools.  The recreation for the night was limbo, this was held by Makenna Ebiling and Hedi Trachsel.  There were 44 members present, 8 advisers, and 8 guest.  The meeting was led by Rylee Bame.  The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Preston Grappy and the 4-H Pledge by Cruz Curtis.  Members of the club paid for their books and turned in their dues.  There will be both a safety and health demonstration held next meeting.  T-shirt order forms were also passed out and need to be turned in by May 21st.  Bob McBride also went over how members will start keeping a journal to keep track of their progress on

Blanchard Pleasant Buckeyes 4H meeting held

The Blanchard Pleasant Buckeyes met Monday, March 26 at Hardin Northern schools with 45 members, 9 advisers, and 10 guest present.  Recreation for the night was bingo, it was lead by makenna Eibling and Heidi Trachsel.  Pledge to the flag was lead by Mariann Woodruff and the 4-H pledge was led by Carol Woodruff.  A parliamentary procedure demonstration was conducted by Vern Woodruff.  Casey Clem moved that member dues be $4.00 with no family paying over $8.00 and was seconded by Alyssa Heldman.  The motion was carried.

Hardin County Sharpshooters 4-H Club seeking new members

ADA, Ohio -  The Hardin County Sharpshooters 4-H Club is seeking new members.  Any Hardin County youth who was in 3rd grade and 8 years old as of January 1st is eligible to join.  In our club, youth will learn about gun safety, hunter safety, and how to shoot shotgun and rifle.  4-H shooting sports clubs are run by volunteers who have passed a BCI background check, protection of minors training, and completed rigorous shooting safety training by Ohio 4-H and Ohio State University.  Safety is our number one priority, and we believe that through 4-H shooting sports activities, youth can learn to use firearms with safety and respect.

Ada Barnyard Farmer’s 4H elect officers

By Elsie Allen
Sunday, March 25, the 2nd meeting of the Ada Barnyard Farmer’s 4H Club opened with a ball-tossing name game.

After the exciting game, we elected officers for 2018. The officers [ from left to right]  are: President: Jillian Hazelton, Vice President: Wyatt Ferguson, Secretary: Melia Santillanez, Treasurer: Riley Ferguson, Reporter: Elsie Allen, Recreation: Sam Santillanez, Health and Safety: Wyatt Fisher, and Photographer: Brody Erickson.

Jumbo Jr. Farmer’s 4-H meeting report

Jumbo Junior Farmers 4-H Club held their first meeting on  March 12, at 6:30 p.m.. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Kevin Smith followed by the 4-H Pledge led by Asher Bridenstine.  Each member introduced himself to the club. 25 members with 3 advisors and 9 parents/guests were present.

Election of officers was held. The 2018 officers are: President- Alexa Lowry; Vice President- Grant Smith; Treasurer- Drew Hoppe; Secretary- Helena Taylor; Reporter Noah Ketcham; Health- Claire Ketcham; Safety- Tate Ketcham; Recreation: Jeffery Bushong, Isaac Fent, Dylan Lowry, Quinn Dyer, Kevin Smith and Adelyn Bridenstine

Cessna Minutemen 4-H Club

The Cessna Minutemen 4-H Club will start their 4-H season on Monday, March
19th with an open house and sign up from 7:00 to 7:30pm at the Walnut Grove
Church,south of Kenton. Past members are from Ada, Hardin Northern, Kenton,
and Riverdale school districts.  Both still and livestock projects are
available. Everyone is welcome!

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