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4-h NEWS

February 18, 2013
The Herald-Star

Friends and Neighbors

The Friends and Neighbors 4-H Club met at the Colonial Baptist Church's Ryan Center with 22 members present. Lane Corder presided, and officers were elected, including, Coy Amis, president; Maddie Charlier, vice president; Andrew Constantine, secretary; Ethan Zifzal, news reporter; Lane Corder, recreation leader; Londy Marracino, safety officer; and Keeley Amis, communications officer.

Cloverbuds learned about fitness and decorated frisbees for their club project.

Members are taking orders for an Easter fundraiser with the money due at the next meeting.

Future plans include taking a team to the 2013 Cloverbot Challenge.

Ethan Zifzal will give a demonstration at the Feb. 22 meeting that begins at 6:15 p.m. Marracino will give a safety talk, and Kailyn Frey and Billy Kavalchik will serve refreshments.

Donna Corder and Melissa Zifzal are the advisers.

Bits and Pieces

The Bits and Pieces 4-H Club met at the Glenn Mills Seniors Community Center with Meghan Scott and Erin Hartzell presiding. There were 21 present.

Officers were elected with David Kinney named president; Bethanie Bube, vice president; Ashley Grafton, secretary; Collin Scott, treasurer; Lauren Ferralli, news reporter; Makara Eick, health officer; Courtnie Bube, safety; and Evan Longo, recreation.

The 4-H community calendar was reviewed by the club, and the officer training and 4-H Quality Assurance programs were discussed.

Members will be selecting projects for the club year.

The next meeting will be held at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Glenn Mills Center.

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