April 2014

The Town ‘N Kountry Kids 4-H Club – Blue Group met on March 16 at the Letcher Community Center. The meeting was called to order by President Jenna Skinner with 12 members present. The secretary and treasurer reports were read.
Old business included: Fruit sales, the club sign and registration for the parent/leader conference.
New business included: upcoming dates – Achievment Days which are July 30 and Aug. 1-2; 4-H camp is June 4-6; June 17 is the county horse show.
The next meeting will be April 13. More information to follow. Renee Farmer, Haley Degen, Jenna Skinner and Mason Moody will give talks. Jenna Skinner and Delaney Zoss will serve lunch.
A talk was given and Delaney Zoss gave a demonstration on an emergency kit.
4-H members and parents were served St. Patrick themed food for lunch.

The Letcher Legion Auxiliary declared the following Sanborn Central students as winning entries in either the local Americanism Essay or Poem contest:
Grades four and five – Ellie Evans, Brady Larson, Michael Hoffman, Leighton Tarbox, Teya Moody, Mason Moody, Dayton Easton, Elliana Kisor, Cassidy Slykhuis, Alexis Kelly and Lucy Nicholson; grades six through eight – Dakota Kidder, Cayden Slykhuis, Madi Moody, Trent Kingsbury and Koby Larson.
Students received a monetary award.

Dear Editor,
For many years American Legion Post 29 has made available handicap equipment. This equipment was first made available to the area veterans but presently is available to anyone with a need for walkers, bath chairs, wheel chairs, etc. The equipment varies from time to time just depending on what we have on hand. All we ask is you sign it out and return the equipment in usable and clean condition.
At the present time however, we are in need of wheelchairs. So if you have one that isn’t being used and would like to it donate, please call Dave Kogel, Dick Regynski, Joel Rassel, Lindy Peterson, Paula Linke or myself, Keith Senska.
It’s the same Legion members to contact if in need of equipment.
Thanks,
Past Commander
Keith Senska