HANCOCK COUNTY — The Country Kritters 4-H club conducted its second meeting March 12 at The Hoosier Gym in Knightstown.
The meeting was called to order by Tressa Janes, president. Caitlin Cox led the Pledge of Allegiance, while Hailey Hedrick led the 4-H pledge. Allison Lowe gave the treasure’s report. Cox read the last meeting’s minutes.
There were 16 members present and two mini 4-Her’s present.
Members brought household items for the Hope House. Vickie Ramsey, club leader, led the group in discussion about community service ideas. The group voted on donating money towards purchasing much-needed items for the Hope House.
Cathie Hickerson, club leader, gave updates on the Hancock County Beef Showdown conducted April 2, the club sewing day, which will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 2, and the 4-H Ag Safety Day, which will be 9 a.m. to noon April 11.
Hickerson also noted the club is honored to have 10 4-H members who will have completed 10 years of 4-H.
The next club meeting will be in April. Club demonstrations for the next meeting will be presented by Chase Morrow, Caitlin Cox, Kaitlyn Delk, Kaylee Hix, and any other members who would like to present that evening.
Reed Hedrick led the club in a Knock-Out game for recreation. Tressa Janes adjourned the meeting.
Minutes from 4-H meetings can be submitted by club members. Send your minutes to email@example.com.