HANCOCK COUNTY — Several local 4-H clubs recently convened. Reporters from each club send in their club minutes, which are included below.
The Clip-Clop Clovers 4-H club met March 5 at St. James Lutheran Church. Ten members were present, and Katherine Roth and Logan McKinney presided over the event. Heaven Keesling led the Pledge of Allegiance and Hannah Eads led the 4-H pledge.
Heaven Keesling presented the health and safety topic, which was wearing helmets on bikes. Hunter Chafee presented a demonstration about pressure. The club discussed green folders, snack sign-ups, enrollment in projects and more. To adjourn, the group played a game of bowling led by Katelynn Howell and Delaney William.
The Clip-Clop Clovers will meet again 3 p.m. April 2 at St. James Lutheran Church, 1741 S. State St., Greenfield.
Brandywine’s Best had its first 4-H club meeting of 2017 on March 5. After opening with the pledge of allegiance and 4-H pledge, new officers were elected. The officers are now Addison Hill (President), Rachael Bates (Vice President), Emily Royster (Secretary), Sam Livingston (Health and Safety), Landon Sieb (Devotional leader), and Lexa, Aidan, and Reese (Recreational Leaders). The floor was next open to new business which included reminders of fair dates and getting projects started. At each meeting, there will be demonstrations given by the 4-H members. A poster demonstration was given by Addison Hill and Reese Hill also gave a drone demo. The meeting ended with light refreshments.