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September 23, 2019

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4-H Clubs

Goshen Youth 4-H elect officers

Goshen Youth met on April 9 at 7 p.m. at the First Baptist Church
and elected the following officers for the year:

  • New president is Raya Weaver; 
  • New vice-president is Devan Dulin; 
  • New secretary is Claire Bailey;
  • New reporter is Dillon Dulin.

Our next meeting will be today, April 23 at 7 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, 11543 Co. Rd 175, Kenton. Those interested in joining can contact the head advisor, Miriam Dulin at 419-675-3604.

 Alger Junior Farmers select community service project

The Alger Junior Farmers 4-H club met recently and their minutes follow:

Skyler Brown lead us in the pledge of allegiance. Macain Underwood leds us in the 4-H pledge. The club voted to make this year's t-shirts, using design #1, in the color black. The community service project will be a canned food drive. Weston Decker motioned adjoinment, and Conner Scot second it. 

Blanchard Plesant Buckeyes 4-H Club organizes

The Blanchard Pleasant Buckeyes met on Monday, April 8 in the Hardin Northern Ag building.  Recreation for the night was a game teaching the new members the 4-H pledge. Leading the meeting was president Megan Miller.  Pledge of Allegiance was led by Zander Richardson and the 4-H Pledge by Hayden Sampson. Roll call was your favorite pizza topping.  There were 57 total present, 43 members, 6 advisors, and 8 guests.

Hardin County Wranglers organize for 2019


The Hardin County Wranglers 4-H club held its second meeting on April 7th, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at the Hardin County Extension Office.

There were thirteen members, six advisors and four parents present. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Jace Murphy and the 4-H Pledge was led by  Katie Sturgeon.

Reminders were given for informational packets and club registration. Club calendars were distributed.

Hardin Hoppers and The Barnyard Friends 4-H meet

By Taylor Barlow, Reporter
The Hardin Hoppers and The Barnyard Friends 4-H clubs have several new members this year, with a total of seventeen members.

For their community service project, the club will walk around the coon hunters' club pond.

The club will have a nature-themed booth at the county fair, and also be making 4-H t-shirts this year.

Clovers vs. sheriff’s office in competition shoot Saturday

The Hardin County Clovers take on the Hardin County Sheriff’s office in a friendly competition shoot from 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, April 6, at the Hog Creek Game Club, rural Ada. The event promotes 4-H shooting sports clubs and firearm safety.

Activities include a rifle and shotgun competition, 4-H shooting, and firearms demonstration from the sheriff’s office.