4-H Club News


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The Blue Angels 4-H Club held a meeting on July 22.

President Blake Addis called the meeting to order. Pledges were led by Julia Raffle.

Community Service Officer Evan Addis reminded members caps for the bench where due by the end of the month.

Health and Safety Officer Julia Raffle presented summer tips to stay cool.

Old Business: Bake-O-Rama sign-ups, members are needed to narrate the Food Revue, and Stuff a Bus.

New business: Sheet with information of upcoming events for the Darke County Fair was passed out to members. Member Ella Williams and Advisor Tina Colby demonstrated do’s and don’ts for the Bake-O-Rama The Birthday Committee recognized members with July and August birthdays. Vice-President Nic Colby competed for King of the Darke County Fair. Advisor Amy Addis recognized members who had won County Rosettes and State Fair Delegates. Advisor Sharon Harpest reminded members of upcoming events for the Darke County Fair, time for Youth Building Supervision, Revue cards are due, and members to send thank-you to trophy sponsors.

Sixteen members, four advisors and seven guests attended the meeting.

The next meeting will be held Oct. 14, 6:30 p.m. at the Faith Baptist Church and will include Recognition of Members.

Tyler McKinniss, reporter

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