4-H Club: Stateliners 9.24.18
Submitted by Maddy Mosteller, Club Reporter
The September meeting of the Stateliners 4-H club was called to order by Vice President Leah Renyer at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24, in the Bern Community Building.
Jenny Edelman and Lane Mosteller led the Flag salute, 4-H Pledge and Motto. Amanda Krehbiel called roll, asking members if they have been to the State Fair and what your favorite thing to do there is. Most of the members had been to the State Fair. Krehbiel read the June and August meetings.
Luke Renyer gave the treasurer’s report. Maddy Mosteller reported that she had sent in the July and August articles to the Seneca and Sabetha newspapers.
During committee reports, the Knapp and Renyer families said they would be emailing us on what to do for 4-H week, Oct. 7 through 13. Mary Renyer sent around a Project Leader sign-up sheet for those interested in helping with project work in the next 4-H year. She also reported that our club had plenty of checkmarks on the club seal form and should be getting our purple seal.
Volunteers are needed on Oct. 8 to judge record books in Seneca. She also asked us for input on a fair theme, Kansas Pride theme and ideas for making the 2019 Nemaha County fair better.
For new business, the club voted to pay for members to go bowling in Sabetha for 4-H Sunday, with a date to be decided later. Next we held officer elections for the next 4-H year.
Officers are: President, Leah Renyer; Vice President, Thomas Edelman; Secretary, Amanda Krehbiel; Treasurer, Luke Renyer; Reporters, Anna Jost and Jonathan Knapp; Historian, Rachel Krehbiel and Colin Jost; Parliamentarian, Haven and Jonathan Knapp; 4-H Council Representatives, Nathan Knapp and Luke Renyer; Pledge Leaders, Anna Jost and Susie Edelman; Song Leaders, Jenny Edelman, Haven Knapp and Maddy Mosteller; Recreation Leaders, Lane Mosteller, Haven Knapp and Colin Jost; and Club Photographers, Maddy Mosteller, Leah Renyer and Jenny Edelman.
Club project will be Citizenship (community service).
There was no program due to elections. Luke Renyer led us in a game of evolution rock, paper, scissors.
Announcements included: National 4-H Week, Oct. 7-13, 48 Hours of 4-H, Oct. 13-14; 4-H Council meeting, Oct. 29. Record books were due the night of the meeting. 4-H enrollment starts Oct. 1 and financial reviews are due Nov. 1.
Delicious refreshments were provided by the Edelman family.