Town ‘N Kountry Kids 4-H Red Crew meets

The Town ‘N Kountry Kids Red Crew 4-H Club met on April 5 at the Community Center in Woonsocket.

The meeting was called to order by President Xavier Baysinger. The Flag Pledge was led by Luke Larson, and the 4-H Pledge was led by Tyson Eddy. 

Roll call was led by Vice President Bailey Feistner with the topic, “What is Your Favorite Baby Animal?” which was answered by 31 members.  

The secretary’s report was read by Spens Schlicht and approved as presented.

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

Devyn Brooks and Sutton Senska reported on Shooting Sports. 

For old business, the members discussed needing to find a date to visit the nursing home in Wessington Springs and maybe do a line dancing activity, plans to participate in the Soles4Souls Statewide Community Service Project (committee Tati Roberts, Lane Burkel and Avery Miller), and the barrel setting fundraiser on Memorial Day weekend. 

Members were reminded about the Project Incentive Program. They need to get a 4-H project completed, take a picture and send it to their 4-H leader or to Sherryl at the 4-H office by April 29 to get entered into a drawing for movie tickets.

Horse Safety is April 15.  Coming up on May 21 is the combined 4-H/Farmers Union Day activities at the 4-H Building.  In the morning, there will be four options to choose from: a beef fitting workshop, a sheep fitting workshop, a CDM Judging workshop and contest, and a Cloverbud activity. In the afternoon will be Farmers Union activities.  Members may choose to attend the whole day, only the morning or only the afternoon activities. Watch for registration information that will be coming.

Members were encouraged to plan to attend 4-H Camp at Lake Poinsett June 10-12 or TLC in Brookings June 3-7.

The new State Fair book is available online from the state website. Check it out for updated project area information. 

The next meeting is April 13 at 9:30 a.m. at the Woonsocket Community Center.

Following the meeting, Alex Anderson presented an illustrated talk on a skid-steer.  Members worked on a leather project, with a choice of a key fob, a knife pouch, a wallet or a dog collar.

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

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