It’s Showtime Livestock Club update

By Charlotte Rogers | Special to the Herald Times

MEEKER | The It’s Showtime Livestock Club had its second meeting, kicking off with an icebreaker game of Pictionary. Hadley Franklin reported the secretary minutes and Montey Franklin gave the current treasurer’s report. Mary Bailey entertained the club with a demonstration on how to flu test a chicken and how to do a demonstration. Mrs. Collins talked about where and when livestock camps are in the future. The second meat quality assurance class is on March 26 for members who could not make the first one. Club enrollment has grown so they decided to split the community pride project into helping the 9 Health Fair cleanup and setup. Mrs. Collins also talked about fundraising and credits which will go to the club. Members split up into juniors, intermediates and seniors and did a record book clinic and set goals for their projects. The beef weigh in was on Sunday and Saturday with about 30 calves weighing in. The next meeting is March 27 at 6 p.m.