“4-H is a community of young people across America learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills.”
Submitted by secretary, Lacey Adams.
The meeting was called to order at 7:04 p.m. by President Brooke Carlson.
Pledges were led by Cael Claude.
Roll call was taken by answering the question, “What are you doing this summer?”
Grace Claude moved to approve the minutes as published on the club website. Seconded and APPROVED.
The treasurer’s report was presented by Nate Rogers: checking account $4,512.69 and savings account $2,185.67.
The sunshine report was by Cael Claude and Brice Caffey: one birthday for May, thank you card for Kara Rudnick, get well card for Wes Newby for his surgery, get well card for Holly Godfrey for her surgery, sympathy card for Chenille Ballinger for the loss of her baby.
Cloverbud report was by Cindy Buckardt. They played 4-H bingo. Then they made bean bags out of socks and played the toilet paper toss with the bean bags to practice shooting line commands for Shooting Sports.
Foods – Trista Claude reflected on the Fyn River Farms field trip. Also the foods group had another project meeting where the group made butter and some of the members gave their project demonstrations. There was also some food sampling.
Archery – Archery practices are now outdoors at The Ranch.
Important Upcoming Dates –
We played a fun game of 4-H Bingo.
Carnival Review – Our club received the most funds as a result of the carnival from combination of pre-sold tickets, booth tickets, and auction baskets. The carnival brought in a total of $40,000 for the 4-H Foundation. Several members were ranked in the top 10 for selling the most carnival tickets, and the average was 27 per member overall in the county. Next year’s carnival will be held on March 2, 2019.
Club T-shirts – Will be arriving next week.
Demonstration Night – Proposed having a night for demonstrations in June. The club decided that a weeknight would be desirable to hold an evening to do just demonstrations.
Project eRecords – Discussed where to find them and that Shooting Sorts would be having a record book project evening at The Ranch on June 13, but all members could attend to get help on record books of all types.
Golf Tournament – Rob Ryan spoke about the upcoming 23rd Annual Hoshiko 4-H Golf Tournament on Friday, June 1. Golfers, sponsors, and volunteers are needed for this event that supports the Colorado 4-H Foundation.
Community Service Project – Everyone should have brought blankets or towels for the CSU vet teaching hospital to the meeting tonight.
Elizabeth Martin moved to adjourn the meeting at 8:33 p.m. Seconded and APPROVED.
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