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Hootenannies 4-H Club meets

Pictured: Preston Brien and Laura Spradlin after giving their health and safety reports

By Faith Holbrook

The last meeting of the Hardin Co Hootenannies 4-H club was held at Preston Brien’s farm. We had 12 members present. President Megan Williams opened the meeting and asked Seth Davis to lead us in the American Flag pledge and Meadow Cromer to lead the 4-H pledge.

We decided on the colors for our T-shirts. Everyone ordered their size. They will be $8. Which is due at our next meeting. We hope to have them by the end of July for the Triathlon. All members should have paid their club dues by now.

Ada Barnyard Farmers fair booth theme "Super Hero"

Ada Barnyard Farmers Meeting
By Caralee Stover

The Ada Barnyard Farmers 4-H Club met on Sunday, June 22nd at 3pm. The meeting was called to order by President Alexis Amburgey. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Caralee Stover, and the 4-H Pledge was led by Caitlyn Stover. Roll call was done by Secretary Shelby Hazelton, and 21 members were present.

Secretary Shelby then read the minutes of the previous meeting, which were approved as read. Treasurer Brice Ferguson gave the Treasurer’s report. Committee reports were given by chairmen Alexis Amburgey and Noah Beach.

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

Cessna Minutemen 4-H
By Jessica Breidenbach

The Cessna Minutemen met on Tuesday, June 17th.  The club was given a tour of the Van Deurzen Dairy operation near Alger. 

Members got to see the carousel milking system that is used, as well as the barns that house the over 5000 cows at the facility. Following the tour, club President, Zac Breidenbach called the meeting to order.  There were 14 members present. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Wesley Lowery and the 4-H pledge was led by Jessica Breidenbach. 

Cessna Mintutemen 4-H meet next on June 17

by Jessica Breidenbach

The Cessna Minutemen met on Tuesday, June 3rd at Walnut Grove Church.  Zack Butler led The Pledge of Allegiance and Bradley Flowers let the 4-H pledge. The secretary, Kenzie Kater, read the roll. There were 16 members and many guests present.

Zachery Collins gave a demonstration on the power of magnets.  Avery Collins gave a demonstration on money management.  Members were reminded of camp sign up, the ordering of broilers and the county 4-H fishing derby.

Hootenannies focus on livestock quality assurance facts

By Faith Holbrook, reporter

The last meeting of the Hardin Co. Hootenannies 4-H club was held at the Kenton Ag Credit meeting room. There were 14 members present. This was our mandatory Quality Assurance day.

President Megan Williams opened the meeting. Sean Hurley led us in the American Flag pledge and Isaac Davis led the 4-H pledge. Old business included the decision not to take care of the flowers at the courthouse. We will be helping with the YMCA Triathlon in July as a community service.

Cessna Minutemen 4-H Club start thinking about Hardin County Fair

by Jessica Breidenbach

On May 20, 2014 the Cessna Minutemen met for a meeting at the Walnut Grove United Methodist Church. President Zac Breidenbach called the meeting to order. Levi Thompson led the Pledge of Allegiance and Tiffany Gebrin led the 4-H pledge. Secretary Kenzie Kater held roll call by asking the Cessna Minutemen their favorite summer activity. Eighteen members were present. The minutes and the treasurer's report were read and approved.

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