It’s Showtime livestock report

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RBC | The first meeting of the It’s Showtime 4-H Community Club was called to order by outgoing president Marryn Shults at 6 p.m. on Jan. 12. All the members gave a big welcome to the new leaders of the club: Jamie Rogers, Brittney Chintala and Trina Kennedy. There are currently 47 members enrolled in the club with the possibility of gaining more before enrollment closes on Feb. 1.

Members of the It’s Showtime 4-H club met Jan. 12 with 47 enrolled. | COURTESY PHOTO

Marryn Shults did a great job of leading the meeting, starting off with a fun icebreaker where attendees divided into different groups based on what type of projects they are doing this year. This was followed by a discussion of old business and the treasurer’s report. The older members were asked to be leaders of groups to come up with a list of essential details to include in demonstrations. Tatumn Kennedy led the group that was attending online via Zoom. Several members will be giving demonstrations at the next meeting and each demonstration will be limited to four minutes in length.

The final activity was a discussion of the roles and responsibilities of the club officers followed by elections of the 2021 officers. The following members were voted in: President Hadley Franklin, Vice President Marryn Shults, Secretary Tatumn Kennedy, Treasurer Hayden Shults, Reporter Montey Franklin, Historian Jayci Chintala; 4-H Council Representatives Teagan Smith and Klayton Carroll, Pledge leaders Cambry Rogers, Mollee Vroman and Miles Etchart.

Club leaders talked about how excited they are to help members learn as much as possible about 4-H and their projects. They are looking forward to helping make this an eventful year. The meeting was adjourned at 7:30 p.m.
The next meeting will be held on Feb. 9 at 6:30 p.m.

Respectfully submitted by Montey Franklin, club reporter.

Montey Franklin is the current reporter for the It’s Showtime 4-H Community Club. | COURTESY PHOTO