Reporters Corner- Keepin’ up with the clubs

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If you wish to see your club report on the blog, please e-mail Serena Conner with your club report no later than the 20th of each month.

Meado-Larks 4-H Club

Club Reporter: Cole Simpson



JDS December


Summit Bridge 4-H Club

Club Reporter: Kiersten O’Hop

Summit Bridge2We started up our new year with a review of the highlights of how new members can get involved. Many 4-H Members updated on what they showed or presented at the fair (and other 4-H projects) and ribbons that they won. We have pictures of some of the participants and what they displayed. Emma Apps did her public speaking speech and showed her photography photos. Andrew Shaffer did a ‘’ How To “’ for showing swine. Kiersten O’Hop flew over the poultry show requirements to show fowl for the fair.  Leah and Sarah Apps set up their Favorite Foods place setting displays and explained how the contest works.

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For more pictures from Summit Bridge 4-H Club, read the full club report HERE!

Clover Quest 4-H Club

Clover Quest1Our November meeting was awesome! Maya and Mason Merritt led us in the pledges. Then Blacky Wasgat, our club leader, talked about the upcoming favorite food contest and the photo contest. She also spoke about our Community Service project. Clover Quest unpacked boxes of chap stick at the Stockings for Soldier’s location. The chap stick will be put into stockings with other items that will be sent to soldiers in Iraq. Then we split up into two groups to play our games. After the games, we had Monkey Bread prepared by the Merritt family. Mrs. Karen Johnston gave a presentation on healthy living and then Matt Johnston dismissed the meeting.    Clover Quest2

For more pictures from Clover Quest 4-H Club, read the full club report HERE!

New Castle County 4-H Sewing Club
It’s Sew Much Fun!
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Our fist meeting was a blast!  We made felt Christmas tree ornament.  This quick an easy project would also make great stocking stuffers.   Last week we had our club’s second meeting. Using a new stitch we learned that night, we were able to hand sew mittens out of old sweaters.  What a great way to recycle.  On December 17th, we will dust off the sewing machines and make pillows.  Please feel free to join us on this sew-tastic adventure starting at 6:30 at the UD Cooperative Extension office.  Hope to see you there!
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