4-H Club: Stateliners 4.23.18

Submitted by Maddy Mosteller, Reporter

The April meeting of the Stateliners 4-H Club was called to order by Helen Krehbiel at 7 p.m. Monday, April 23, at the Bern Community Building. Lane Mosteller and Jenny Edelman led us in the flag salute, 4-H pledge and motto. Haven Knapp led the club in singing “Home on the Range.”

Amanda Krehbiel called roll by asking us our full legal name and nationality. A. Krehbiel read the minutes of the March meeting. For the Parliamentary Procedure update, Anna Knapp demonstrated how to call for the previous question.

Luke Renyer gave the treasurer’s report. Maddy Mosteller reported she had sent in the February and March reports to the Sabetha and Seneca newspapers.

4-H Council Representative Thomas Edelman gave an update on some of the changes happening at the fair. T. Edelman told us that each club needs to have people to help decorate the club stepping stones at the Community Building in Seneca. He also noted that the 4-H license plates are now ready to purchase at the courthouse.

There were no committee or project leader reports. During the Club Leader report, Mary Renyer passed out the 4-H Club Day ribbons and congratulated the club members on the success at Club Day. There was no Old Business to come before the club.

A community service project of planting flowers in the flower boxes in Bern was approved in New Business. The project will take place one hour before the May meeting.

For the program, L. Mosteller talked about his pig project by giving us information about the various breeds of pigs. Colin Jost demonstrated how to make a banana and peanut butter wrap, which learned how to make at school and enjoys as a snack.

For recreation, L. Renyer showed us a new game called “Steal the Goat,” during which we tried to take a stuffed goat from the center of our circle while being guarded.

Announcements included the June Fair Board clean-up day at the fairgrounds. The Record Book challenge was to show a started Permanent record. Mrs. Edelman was the only April birthday. Refreshments were provided by the Krehbiel family.

The next meeting will be held on May 21 at the Bern Community Building.

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