Boling 4-H club news
Club president Ethan Johnson called the Boling 4-H Club meeting to order on Jan. 1. Alyssa Foley led the club in singing “Frosty the Snowman.”
Club secretary Madison Ernzen said she sent thank-you cards to the sponsors of County Achievement Night.
In new business, the club voted to donate money to the Youth Service Day committee to help with expenses. It also voted to participate in the model meeting at County 4-H Days.
For recreation, Lauren Willson divided the group into five teams and had each team wrap one person in toilet paper, then dress them like a snowman.
For a community service project, the club decided to decorate and distribute Valentine’s Day cards to the VA. Members are also going to collect supplies needed by the animal shelter and deliver them to the shelter.
Bill Willson worked with the Cloverbuds on telling time, then the Cloverbuds told the club what they learned. Nettie Larson gave a talk about Kansas Youth Leadership Forum, and Citizens In Action.
The meeting was adjourned after repeating the club motto: To make the best better.
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