The Churchtown Busy Bunch 4-H Club met on July 10 at the Churchtown School’s St. John Pavilion.
President Chad Lang called the meeting to order with Declan Schaad leading the United States Engagement and Blake Lang leading the 4-H Engagement.
The meeting was both a business meeting and a demonstration meeting for members preparing for the county 4-H evaluation.
Secretary Sydney Heischman took the roll call and read the minutes of the last meeting. Joel Schaad presented the updated Treasurer’s Report. The safety report has been “Welding Safety” by Caleb Schad. Kaydence Roush gave the health check, titled “Keep kids healthy and active.”
Under the announcements of the advisers, the dates and some information on the evaluation of the projects were given.
Reminders have been included for members to attend Barlow Tag-In. Members with animal projects were reminded of the requirements for setting up and taking down enclosures and the required skill athons. In past cases, Councilor Treadway has reported on the cost of some family outings and will continue to check other family events.
Other old cases involved discussing another possible service project; it has been filed for further information.
As part of new business, the club voted to host the trash can contest and a member volunteered to get the trash can and a councilor volunteered to host the trash can painting meeting.
a. Blake Lang – “Bake Baking”
b. Chad Lang –“Parts of a goat and my type of goat feed”
vs. Joel Schaad – “Woodworking and Building a Birdhouse”
D. Sydney Heischman – “Star Cake Decorating Tips”
e. Declan Schaad – “Caring for the doodle dog Berna”
F. Caleb Schaad – “Some equipment and safety tips used in welding”
g. Kayla Schwendeman –“Art Projects-Types of Drawings”
The Cloverbud report talked about sinking and floating in water.
The rest of the meeting consisted of refreshments and playing on the school playground and ball diamond. Motion to adjourn by Kayla Schwendeman and seconded by Joel Schaad. The next meeting will be on August 7 in Beverly.