Town ‘n Kountry Kids 4-H Club Red Crew

Kaylee White, Morgan Schmiedt, Brooklyn Swenson and Trista White present an illustrated talk on items for restocking the first aid kit at the 4-H Building. The cost of the supplies was sponsored by Poet and Whiting Memorial Community Health Center.

The Town and Kountry Kids Red Crew 4-H Club met on July 23 in the Woonsocket Community Center.
The meeting was called to order by President Jonathan Linke. The flag pledge was led by Brooklyn Swenson and the 4-H pledge was led by Megan Linke. Corrie Snedeker led roll call with 19 members answering the question, “What is your favorite kind of tractor?”   The club welcomed new member Charles Hunter.
The secretary’s report was read by Aaron Linke and approved as presented. The treasurer’s report was given by Elliott Ohlrogge and approved as presented.
Giving reports on different activities were: Kaylee White on the Special Foods Workshop, Shaun Snedeker on the Special Foods Contest, Evan Ohlrogge on the Photography Clinic, Collin Schmiedt and Megan on Project Day, Aaron on the Public Speaking Contest, Dilyn Brooks and Trista White on the Fashion Revue Contest and Nathan Linke on the Aurora County Livestock Judging Contest.
Acaiya and Isaiah Schultz presented an illustrated talk on China.  They shared information and pictures, as well as taught us a few Chinese words.
Under old business, Collin read the Good Neighbor Award recommendation that was written by Rex Schlicht and Riley Schmiedt.  We will submit it to Fuchs Orthodontics.  We talked about the Pie Contest plans.  Proceeds from the auction will go to Keith Senska.

Acaiya and Isaiah Schultz present an illustrated talk on China, including teaching us some animal words in Chinese.

The First Aid Committee of Trista and Kaylee, Brooklyn and Morgan Schmiedt presented an illustrated talk on the items that were purchased to stock the first aid kit at the 4-H Building, as well as telling why the different items were needed.  The cost of the first aid supplies was sponsored by Poet and Whiting Memorial Community Health Center.
Members were asked to help with setting out luminaries for the Relay for Life event in Woonsocket on July 27.
The club talked about Achievement Day pre-registration, setup and schedules.  Other events on the schedule are State Livestock Judging Contest and Spotlight Show.
The next meeting will be in August or September.

 

 

 

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