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August 9, 2020
 

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Hardin Jumbo Junior Farmers 4-H Club organizes for the year

The Jumbo Jr. Farmers met at 7 p.m. on April 14, at the McDonald Township Hall.  There were 12 members in attendance and 10 guests present.

The 4-H pledge was led by Isaac Smith and the Pledge of Allegiance by Drew Hoppe.  The role of members was taken by the members answering their favorite activity to do in the summer. 

The committee reports included a treasurer and secretary reports. The members shared specific goals they
had for this years projects.  The upcoming meeting calendar was shared for meetings to be held on Wednesday evenings at 7:00. The advisors shared upcoming events including Quality Assurance training on May 28. 

Brittney Archer: "4-H allows me to be who I want to be"

My name is Brittney Archer and I am 17 years old. I took the project Vet Science 2: All systems go! I am a part of the Ada Barnyard Farmers.

I’ve been in the group for 7 years now. With the project Vet Science 2 I did several things.

I had to take the temperature, heart rate, and breathing rate of one of my animals. I had to put 4 different kinds of animal feed into 5 jars and try and see which was a better container for the feed.

Hardin County Hootenannies 4-H Club organnizes

By Faith Holbrook

The first meeting of the Hardin County Hootenannies was held at the Ag Credit meeting room.  We want to thank Ag Credit for this opportunity to meet in such a nice place.

The meeting was called to order by president Laura Spradlin.  Advisor Ray Davis asked if everyone saw the newspaper article that told about changes in the goat show and some other rules for the fair. 

Ada Barnyard Farmers elect officers for coming year

By Caralee Stover

The Ada Barnyard Farmers 4-H Club met for the second time this year last Sunday, March 30th, at 3 p.m.

The meeting was called to order by Vice President Brice Ferguson. Roll was called by Secretary Shelby Hazelton. There were twenty-one members present. New business included a recap of a recent poultry show, dates for quality assurance training, and the introduction of Amy Stover as a new advisor. Project books and new shirts were distributed.

Faith Holbrook: "I can't imagine my life without 4-H!"

4-H is absolutely wonderful! My name is Faith Holbrook and I am 15 years old.  I couldn’t wait to turn 9 so I could be in 4-H like my older brother and sister. 

2014 will be my sixth year and I love what I have learned in the past and am excited about doing so much more in the next few years. 4-H encourages cool ways to learn in a lot of different projects.

Libbie Milks: 4-H prepares you for many real life situations

I am Libbie Milks, 15, and a state award and clock trophy recipient for the Liberty Belles and Boys 4-H club for my Alcohol and Drug Abuse project.

The reason I selected this topic is that my father has always relayed his lessons of pharmacology and immunology with me, thus sparking my interest. Within the syllabus of the project book provided, I was encouraged to read sections that would enrich my knowledge on the subject.

I spent my time learning about the effects of alcohol on the brain or how drugs can distress the lives of those under the influence. I was also able to complete different experiments that aided my understanding.

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