Town ‘N Kountry 4-H Club Red Crew meets

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

Prior to the meeting, club members participated in several activities. Christmas Caring Project gifts and cards were prepared. 4-H members recorded videos for the Christmas Caring project. Christmas cards with greetings to our elderly friends were written. Recreation Officer Trevor Johnson led a game of “Santa, Reindeer, Elf,” a Christmas version of Rock, Paper Scissors. Snacks were served by Leader Paula Linke.

The meeting was called to order by Co-President Megan Linke. The Flag Pledge was led by Corbyn Broer, and the 4-H Pledge was led by Paige Anderson. 

Roll call was led by Co-Vice President Emily Ohlrogge with the topic, “My Middle Name” which was answered by 26 members.  

The secretary’s report was read by Hope Baysinger and approved as read. The treasurer’s report was given by Co-Treasurer Mary Catherine Hansen and approved as read.

A health and safety report was given by Health and Safety Officers George Broer on the importance of exercise and by Ty Burkel on how to brush your teeth.

Danielle Brooks and Shiloh Senska reported on American Education Week.  

Club members were reminded to get 4-H Online enrollment completed and to think about their goals for this next year. 

Emily Ohlrogge gave a committee report for the Christmas Caring project. Committee members were Emily Ohlrogge, Dilyn Brooks, Trevor Johnson, Mary Catherine Hansen and Samuel Hansen, Lane Burkel and Kolby Lindsey. The committee decided to purchase items to create a gift bag of presents for each resident. Emily Ohlrogge and Dilyn Brooks went shopping for the gifts. Mary Catherine Hansen designed Christmas cards for the club to write a personal note. Together, they put the gifts together and wrote the Christmas cards. The committee also decided to create a video to show the residents on their TV’s. Club members created individual videos talking about what they do for Christmas and will combine them into one large video. Trevor Johnson selected Christmas carols to sing. The Christmas bags will be given out to the residents at their Christmas party.

The group talked about project day ideas for over Christmas break. One idea is to make t-shirts or kitchen towels with vinyl graphics like they did with the potholders. Another is a dried flower project. A date will be worked on over Christmas break.

Fun Day suggestions were discussed, including Air Madness, sledding, and ice bumper cars. The club will look at dates over Christmas break and into January.

The next 4-H meeting may be scheduled over Christmas break. 

Following the meeting, Paige Anderson presented an illustrated talk on how she created a visual arts drawing project with crayons and water. Alex Anderson gave an illustrated talk on making a cat toy on a wood stand. Then, the group walked over to the island to sing some Christmas carols for a video they are making for the residents at Prairie View Healthcare for Christmas.

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

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