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4H presentation on Tuesday

The Ada Liberty Belles and Boys 4H Club members will present their projects at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 11, at the Ada Presbyterian Church prior to county judging later this month. The public is welcome to attend.

Liberty Belles and Boys meeting held

Liberty Belles and Boys held their eighth meeting for the 2017 season on Tuesday, June 20. 

We had a meeting with our families about judging.  We had some livestock demonstrations as well. 

At the end, we split into groups to talk about our project(s).  

The next meeting will be Tuesday, July 11, 7-8:30 p.m. at the Ada First Presbyterian Church.

Blanchard Pleasant Buckeyes met

The Blanchard Pleasant Buckeyes meant Monday evening, June 19th, at the Hardin Northern Ag Building.  The meeting consisted of 23 members, 8 advisors, and 5 guests.  Recreation that night was limbo led by Makenna Ebling.  The 4-H pledge was also led by Makenna Ebling and the Pledge of Allegiance was led by Alyssa Heldman.

Kylee Clem led role call.  Katie Good also baked and frosted a cake and brought it in to tell us how to properly bake and frost a cake.  Mara Ruhlen and Renee Newton also gave a demonstration on rabbits.  Vern Woodruff also brought up the topic of the demonstration contest and deadlines for that.

Cessna Minutemen 4-H Club meeting held

The Cessna Minutemen 4-H club held a meeting on June 5, 2017.

The meeting was called to order by Zac Briendenbach.  Wade Crooks led the Pledge of Allegiance  and Will Jones led the 4-H Pledge.  Bradley Flowers did the roll call and the question was "your favorite football team".  The Treasurer reported that some members still need to pay for the 4-H project books and 4-H dues.  The Health & Safety Report was about "Don't drink too much coffee".  A demonstration was given by Emily Jones, Will Jones and Bradley Flowers with their chicken, goose and turkey projects.  The Recreation Leaders let the club know that Tag would be held after the meeting.

Liberty Belles and Boys meeting held

By Club Reporter, Jackson Brown

Liberty Belles and Boys held their sixth meeting for the 2017 season on Tuesday, May 30.  The 4-H club played a game with shoes to get to know each other.  We did roll call by saying what your favorite Summer activity is.  Parents had a meeting for 4-H camp.  There were 4 demonstrations done at the meeting as well.  At the end, we split into groups to talk about our projects.  

The next meeting will be Tuesday, June 6, 7-8:30 PM at the Ada First Presbyterian Church.

Alger Jr Farmers meet

Reporter Connor Scott

The Alger Jr Farmers met on Monday May 29. The members decorated a float for the Memorial Day parade in Alger. At least 16 members participated. No reports were read. 

Advisor Michelle Underwood handed out T-shirt order forms to be returned by the next meeting. We discussed the community service project and decided on a canned food drive again this year. Please bring all non-perishable items to the next meeting. 4H camp sign up is June 6th@ 7p.m. at the extension office for all those interested. Also reminded us that mandatory Quality Assurance is June 8@ fairgrounds from 6-8:30.

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