4-H Club: Fairview Willing Workers 2.11.18
Submitted by Jacob Rieger, Club Reporter
The Fairview Willing Workers met on Sunday, Feb. 11, for their monthly meeting. The meeting was held at the Fairview Community building at 6 p.m. There were 12 members present. The roll call was, “Who is your favorite sweetheart?”
Some of the meeting business included discussion of the upcoming Club Day and also the annual Easter Egg Hunt. This year, the group voted to sing a group song. Club Day is March 3. The annual Easter Egg Hunt will be at 3:30 p.m. Friday, March 30, at the Fairview Park. The club is planning on having lots of plastic eggs with candy and prizes and maybe a few other surprises too. Other upcoming events discussed were the Spotlight Auction, Beef weigh-in and Better Beef Days.
At the end of the meeting, three members gave project talks. Joey Meyer gave a talk explaining what Club Day is and some of the different ways members can participate and be judged. He had a poster and some great information to share.
Walker Lowdermilk gave a talk about judging meat. He showed pictures and had other club members try to pick the best cuts. This is Lowdermilk’s second year in FFA participating in judging, and he encouraged the others to try it also.
The last talk was given by Olivia Malone. She gave a demonstration on how to make peanut butter cup snacks. This is Malone’s first year in foods, and she did a great job. Her snacks looked delicious.
After the meeting, the hosts served a spaghetti supper with salad, bread sticks and brownies. It was very good and everyone enjoyed eating together. After we ate, we all stayed and practiced singing for Club Day.
Our next meeting will be held Sunday, March 11.