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Boots and Buckles 4-H report for May 23

Report by Jadalyn Worthington

Meeting was called to order by President Chloe Anderson. Club said the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H pledge. 

Next was roll call, answering “Where is your dream vacation?” 

Then the minutes from the last meeting were read by secretary Josie Schwemer. Treasurer’s report was given by treasure Issac Anderson.

New business

- Livestock registration deadline is June 1, 2022 except dairy feeders and broilers.

- Dairy feeder weigh in is May 28.

- Quality Assurance is May 22. Members who take Livestock must attend a QA meeting. The club is buying the members stall signs for the fair.

Boots and Buckles 4-H meeting report

April 25 meeting update

By Jadalyn Worthington

Meeting was called to order by President Chloe Anderson. Club said the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H pledge. 

Next was roll call, answering “What is your favorite Color” 

The minutes from the last meeting were read by secretary Josie Schwemer. Treasurer’s report was given by Issac Anderson.

New business: The club is going to have a contest for a new club shirt design. Anyone who would like to design this year's shirt, please bring a picture to the next meeting and the club will then vote.  

4-H Report: Boots and Buckles on April 11

By Jadalyn Worthington

Meeting was called to order by President Chloe Anderson. Club said the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H pledge. 

We had a guest speaker Gary Saylor, Auctioneer, who told us about going to auctioneer school and what it takes to be an auctioneer. He also gave us tips on how to be an auctioneer. He held a small auction for us with bidding numbers and fake money. The group had a great time and thanked him for coming and speaking with us. 

Next was roll call with answering “What is your favorite fast food restaurant?” 

Jumbo Junior Farmers 4-H update

By club Reporter Lindsey Winings
The Jumbo Jr. Farmers 4-H Club met at McDonald Township Hall on June 28th at 7:00 pm. The meeting was called to order by Vice President, Samantha Blue.

Ryan Harpster led the Pledge of Allegiance and Tanner Schinness led the 4-H pledge.

Roll call, noted by Tate Ketcham, was responded to by members with their favorite ride. Attendance included eighteen members, 12 parents, and 4 volunteers.

Treasurer report was given by Noah Ketcham and a health report was done by Ade Bridenstine. The report was on sunscreen application.

A project presentation was done by Quinn Dyer on woodworking.

Here's the latest from the Jumbo 4-H Club

Report submitted by club Reporter Lindsey Winings
The Jumbo Jr. Farmers 4-H Club met at McDonald Township Hall on June 7th at 7:00pm. The meeting was called to order by member Brenna Dyer.

Lydia Caldwell led the Pledge of Allegiance and Holden Lautenschlager led the 4-H pledge. 

Roll call, noted by Brenna Dyer was responded to by members with their favorite fair food. 

Treasurer report was given and an environmental report was given by Lydia Caldwell. The report was on composting.

Jumbo Junior Farmers 4-H update

By club reporter Lindsey Winings.
The Jumbo Jr. Farmers 4-H Club met at McDonald Township Hall on May 17th at 7:00pm. The meeting was called to order by President, Claire Ketcham.

Ade Bridenstine led the Pledge of Allegiance and Mark Caldwell led the 4-H pledge. 

Roll call, noted by Tate Ketcham was responded to by members with their favorite season. 

Treasurer report was given by Noah Ketcham and a safety report was done by Tanner Schinness. The report was on gun safety.

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