4-H Club: Stateliners

Thomas Edelman challenges the club to assist in cleaning the community building as a team.

Submitted by Anna Jost, Reporter

“What is your favorite winter drink?” was the roll call question for the Stateliners’ Monday, Jan. 28, meeting held at the Bern Community Center. Answers ranged from hot cocoa to hot cider. Leah Renyer called the meeting to order.

Fifteen members, two leaders, and five parents participated in the flag salute, 4-H pledge, and motto led by Susie Edelman and Anna Jost. Maddy Mosteller led the group in singing “I’m Looking Over a 4-H Clover.” Amanda Krehbiel read the minutes, and they were approved as presented. Luke Renyer gave the treasurer’s report. Jost shared that the reporter’s report was published in both local newspapers.

Before the regular meeting, there was a foods meeting. The refreshments for the evening were the muffins, which were made at the foods meeting.

Announcements were made by Vice President Thomas Edelman. Teresa Edelman had a list for members to sign up to volunteer to be door monitors at the 4-H Club Days coming up in March.

Nathan Knapp gave a presentation about self-control. Edelman challenged the club to assist in cleaning the community building in 10 minutes after the meeting adjourned. Collin Jost led the group in playing color tag for recreation.

Luke Renyer made a motion to adjourn the meeting, and Jenny Edelman seconded.

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