HANCOCK COUNTY — The Patty’s Pak 4-H club met Jan. 28 at the Balch family’s home. About 13 members were present at the meeting, with the Mast, Hess, Jones, Kerfoot, Bagnall, Balch and Pope families represented. Jonah Hess led the Pledge of Allegiance and Curtis Bagnall led the 4-H Pledge.
The club met for an organizational meeting and elected new officers for 2018. The officers are: Curtis Bagnall, president; Annabelle Balch and Lindsey Pope, co-vice-presidents; Delaney Jones, secretary; Trevor Bagnall, treasurer; Zoe Bagnall, recreation leader; and Benjamin Mast, Molly Hess and Jonah Hess, health and safety officers.
Members discussed future meetings, future T-shirt designs and reviewed secretary and treasurer reports from the last meeting in 2017.
The next meetings are planned for 6 p.m. Feb. 14 at William and Susan Jones’ home, and 3 p.m. Feb. 25 at Tristan Balch’s home. Club reporters Lindsey Pope and Annabelle Balch submitted this information to the Daily Reporter.