RBC | In January the It’s Showtime livestock club members attended their second meeting for the current 4-H year.
The meeting was kicked off with a fun game of Four Corners. Hadley Franklin gave the secretary’s report from the last meeting followed by Montey Franklin’s treasurer’s report.
After the reports the club was ready to elect the 2020 officers. First elected was new president Marryn Shults followed by vice president Hadley Franklin, secretary Aimee Shults, treasurer Montey Franklin, reporters Hayden Shults and Charlie Rogers and council representatives Cienna Rogers and Ellie Hossack.
After officer elections Marryn Shults informed members about the district retreat on March 6-8 in Glenwood Springs.
Next, leaders Kathy Collins and Beth Willey talked to members about separating into the following committees: fundraising, decorating, community pride and activities. These committees will help the club be more organized in the future. Beef club members voted to have a feeder show as opposed to a clinic at the beef weigh-in happening in February.
Members Hadley Franklin and Montey Franklin kicked off the demonstrations, working together to educate the members about keeping animals and their surroundings clean. The second and last demonstration of the meeting was done by Matthew Willey who demonstrated how to vaccinate a goat and what you use when doing it.
The next meeting of the It’s Showtime livestock club was scheduled for Feb. 4.
By Charlie Rogers | Special to the Herald Times