Town ‘N Kountry Kids 4-H Club Red Crew meets

The Town ‘N Kountry Kids Red Crew 4-H Club met on Sept. 21 at the Community Center in Woonsocket.  

The meeting was called to order by Acting President Alex Anderson. The Flag Pledge was led by Myles Larson, and the 4-H Pledge was led by Lane Burkel. 

Roll call was led by Burkel with the topic, “What Is Your Favorite Sports Team?” which was answered by 12 members.  

The secretary’s report was read by Secretary Brooklyn Swenson and approved as presented.

The treasurer’s report was given by Evan Ohlrogge and approved as presented.

The club heard a report on the State Fair from A. Anderson, M. Larson, Ohlrogge, Swenson, Henry and Charles Hunter and on the State Fall Shoot by Ohlrogge. 

Under new business, members talked about record books. Newspaper clippings were passed out, and members talked about what else 4-H members need to get done, like writing their personal story.

The group discussed plans for National 4-H Week, planning for a 4-H Fun Day/Field Trip.

Shooting Sports Awards Night is scheduled for Oct. 12 and Recognition Event will be in November.

The club has been asked to set barrels for the SD Heartland Barrel Race Oct. 25-27.  Paula Linke will e-mail out a tentative schedule to get filled.

Following the meeting, Swenson gave an illustrated talk on shooting Air Pistol. Ohlrogge presented a talk on Shooting Sports opportunities, including competing at the National level. Devyn Brooks did an illustrated talk on trapping. Dilyn Brooks told us about making personalized t-shirts, hoodies, bags and water bottles. Dani Brooks taught the group how to make clay projects. H. Hunter gave an illustrated talk called “Fossils Are Everywhere.” M. Larson showed and told the group about his rock collection hobby and exhibit. C. Hunter presented a talk on reasons to join Shooting Sports.

…See photos in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal.

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