It’s Showtime 4-H club report

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Members of the It’s Showtime 4-H club made plans for projects and meeting schedules. | JAYDA CHINTALA PHOTO

MEEKER | On Feb. 9, 2021, the It’s Showtime 4-H club called their meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. Cambrey Rogers, Mollee Vroman and Miles Etchart led the pledges, and then the club moved onto the ice breaker. Montey Franklin led the meeting due to many officer absences that night. After the icebreaker, club members discussed the secretary’s, treasurer’s and county council reports and then moved onto upcoming dates:

  • Feb. 12, officer training from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Feb. 14, 12-5 p.m. cattle clinic/weigh-in formerly known as feeder show
  • Skijoring clean-up, Feb. 20-21
  • April 10, district retreat
  • May 2, sheep, goat and swine weigh-in
  • June 27, poultry

When these topics were all discussed, the club moved onto awards and project manuals, as well as choices for one mandatory community pride project. The choices are the skijoring clean-up Feb. 20-21, a spring card/craft day in April to make May day gifts, and a Range Call Meeker Massacre set-up and clean up on the 4th of July. Finally, club members discussed other business and Charlie, Montey, and Jayci gave demonstrations. The meeting was adjourned at 7:30 p.m.

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