HANCOCK COUNTY — Members of the Country Kritters 4-H Club recently gathered for their third meeting at the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department.
President Tressa Janes called the meeting to order. Katelyn Delk led the American pledge, and Steele Reeves led the 4-H pledge. Allison Lowe gave the treasurer’s report, while Caitlin Cox gave the secretary’s report. The club donated $100 worth of much-needed supplies to Hancock Hope House. Katelyn Delk talked about recent Farm Bureau 4-H Safety Day Demonstrations at the fairgrounds.
Vickie Ramsey, club leader, discussed new club shirts and a community service project. This community service project will be on May 16 at the Hancock County 4-H Fairgrounds, where the club will paint in the cattle barn.
Cathie Hickerson, club leader, gave leader updates on the new changes to the different 4-H projects and stressed the importance on reading 4-H email newsletters.
Jared Ernstes gave a health and safety demonstration, “What to Do When You See a Burglar at Your Neighbors House.”
Katelyn Delk gave a demonstration, “How to Make a Pinwheel Snack.” Caitlin Cox presented the “Kentucky Cattleman’s Association Basic Steak Rub.” Annalee Witte demonstrated “How to Write and Give a Speech.” Members giving demonstrations at an upcoming meeting will include Hailey Hedrick, Allison Lowe, Bella Witte, Steele Reeves and Jared Ernstes.
The next meeting will take place at the Greenfield Fire Department. Tressa Janes adjourned the meeting. After the meeting, Captain Robert Campbell gave a guided tour of the jail and spoke on responsibilities of the sheriff’s department. Nick Ernest and John Lawrence also helped with the tour.