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Here's an update on Cessna Minutemen 4-H Club

By Jessica Breidenbach

The Cessna Minutemen 4-H held a meeting on July 29, at Walnut Grove Church. Vice president, Ashley Breidenbach led the 4-H pledge while president, Zac Breidenbach led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call was taken by Kenzie Kater by asking the members their favorite color. Minutes were also read by Kenzie Kater. The treasurer's report was read and it was announced that the members need to pay for their books and dues by the August 19th meeting.

Craft night at the Cloverbuds 4-H Club

Earlier this month the Ada Icon posted a story on Kim Light and the Cloverbud 4-H Club.

VIEW THE PHOTOS AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS STORY.

Last week the Icon attended a Cloverbud meeting. It was craft night. Members created robots and coasters.

We’ve taken the opportunity to reprint the story in this photo scrapbook. The story is at the end of the feature. The story is by Darlene Bowers. The photos are by Bailey Bowers.

Hardin County Hootenannies 4-H report

By Miranda Holbrook
(substitute reporter)

The last meeting of the Hardin Co Hootenannies was opened by President Megan Williams at the Ag Credit meeting room. We like the opportunity to meet in their fine place.   Megan asked Levi Beiler to lead the 4-H pledge and Miranda Holbrook to lead the American Pledge.  Roll call found 11 members present.

Our t-shirts are being printed.  We all signed a Thank you to Trupointe Co-op in Uniopolis for donating the money to purchase the members’ t-shirts.  We are all very appreciative.

Many parents and youngsters identify Kim Light with Ada Cloverbuds

By Darlene Bowers
“I came to Ada for college, met Mark, and never left,” shares Kim Light who grew up in Richwood, Ohio, about 45 miles southeast of Ada.

The couple lived in town until about seven years ago when they moved north of town. “I love the sense of community here; knowing your neighbors, and moving to the country reminds me of how I grew up. Also seeing people I know in town or at the grocery is a nice part of living in Ada, too.”

Cessna Minutemen 4-H practicing "mock judging"

by Jessica Breidenbach

At 7:30 p.m. on July 8, 2014 the Cessna Minutemen 4-H club held a meeting at Walnut Grove United Methodist Church. The 4-H pledge was led by Preston Rembis and the Pledge of Allegiance was led by Emily Jones. Roll call was taken by advisor, Sherrie Breidenbach by asking the members if their project was coming along. Vice president, Ashley Breidenbach read the minutes from the last meeting.

Hardin County Hootenannies 4-H Club report

By Faith Holbrook, reporter
 

The last meeting of the Hardin Co. Hootenannies was held at advisor Grant Mizek’s farm. President Megan Williams opened the meeting and asked Riley Fleece to lead the American Pledge and Callie Cromer to lead the 4-H Pledge. Roll call was taken by secretary Miranda Holbrook and she asked us to respond with our favorite farm animal. Eleven members were present.

T-shirt money was due today; however, Grant Mizek informed the members that he had a donor who wanted to pay for the member’s t-shirts. We were all thrilled by this kindness. We will have a thank you card ready for everyone to sign at our next meeting.

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