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September 23, 2019
 

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Blanchard Pleasant Buckeyes met on May 6

The Blanchard Pleasant Buckeyes met on May 6 in the Hardin Northern Ag Building.  

For recreation the members played kickball. The meeting was led by vice president Aiden Gatchell.  Pledge of Allegiance was led by Kendall Frank and the 4-H Pledge by Wesley Linke. Roll call was what is your favorite color.  There were 47 total present: 34 members, 8 advisors, and 5 guests.

Cooper and Lainey Thomas gave a demonstration about their projects and how to prepare for judging.  

Nancy Musselman talked to the members about their upcoming food drive.  Trivia was given by Gabe Trachsel.  The meeting was adjourned by Jake Weaver and seconded by Paul Minter.  

Cessna Minutemen 4-H meet May 6

The Cessna Minutemen 4-H club held a meeting on May 6. Six members attended.

The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Peyton Breidenbach and the 4-H pledge was led by Preston Rembis. The roll call question was “What is your favorite type of skittle?”

The discussion was about 4-H camp and how the sign-ups are set for June 2 at 3 p.m.

Madison Breidenbach and Peyton Breidenbach did a demonstration on how to make a homemade lava lamp.

Brooke Vansky did a demonstration on how to sketch an eyeball.

Preston Rembis did a demonstration on how to correctly fold a flag.

The recreation game was hang man by Peyton Breidenbach.

Liberty Belles and Boys wanted to make Ada a safe community

So they held an ice cream social and donated $500 to the police department

Ada 4-H club, Liberty Belles and Boys, wanted to make Ada a safe community – so they did something about it.

Last summer the club held an ice cream social fundraiser. It generated $500 and the proceeds were recently donated to the Ada police department for surveillance equipment for the  department’s S.A.F.E.R. program.

Project S.A.F.E.R. (Seeking Aid From Every Resident) is Ada's own community policing initiative started in January of 2002. It is a winner of the 2003 Ohio Crime Prevention's Community Policing Strategy Award, aimed at nurturing the relationship with the community.

Liberty Belles and Boys 4-H club swear in officers

By Madison Archer
The Liberty Belles and Boys 4-H club held their first meeting, at the Ada Presbyterian Church on March 19. 

During that meeting, they elected the following officers:

Hardin County Joy Riders 4-H club elect officers

The Hardin County Joy Riders 4H Club Officers for 2019 are from left:  Reporter River Guinn, Treasurer Kobe Hooker, Secretary Taylor Price, Vice-President Bryant Conley, Recreation Jesa Daniels, President Tanner Cole and Health & Safety Grace McCullough.

4-H Hardin Hoppers and the Barnyard Friends met

The 4-H Hardin Hoppers and the Barnyard Friends will be doing a car wash and bake sale as their fundraisers this year. Date and times have yet to be decided.

The group will host a nature-themed booth at the Hardin County fair this year.

Please note, anyone taking a market animal to the fair this year must do quality insurance. Hardin County fairgrounds will be open on June 6 to enable market animals to obtain quality insurance.

Anyone taking a dairy beef, feeders or boilers, the animal(s) must be registered by May 15.

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