The Sherman Sunbeam 4H Club met Saturday, May 11, at the United Presbyterian Church in Newton.
Nine members were present. Jenna Smith presided over the meeting. Kaytie Hughes led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call was “what are your summer plans.” Amanda Laube gave the treasurer’s report. The club’s high ropes trip was canceled due to weather. Rescheduling was discussed and tabled until a later date.
The club’s Fun Horse and Mule Show is coming up Saturday, June 1 at the Kellogg Park Horse Arena. Plans were made and committees were formed to work on the club float, share the fun project and the fair flower bucket project. It was decided the club will sell cotton candy at the Relay for Life on Friday, June 1.
Club leaders reminded members that 106 forms and animal entry forms are due at the Jasper County Extension Office by May 15. After adjournment, Derek Landgrebe led the 4H pledge. Hosts for the meeting were Kaytie Hughes and Derek Landgrebe. After the meeting, members went to the Kellogg Park to plant flowers in barrels around the cabin. Members donated the flowers that were used.
Chapter K-EN T.T.T.
Chapter K-EN T.T.T. met at 6 p.m. May 14 for a dinner meeting at the home of Jane Johnson. The dinner was co-hosted by Jane Repp and Nancy Mott.
Following dinner, President Rose Evans called the meeting to order. The group reviewed and approved the newly-revised bylaws and standing rules.
Carolyn Hobbs and Jane Repp reported on their trip to the state convention in Ames. Nancy Mott reported on the four camp girls selected for this summer. The meeting adjourned.