There were some informative project talks presented, and the initiation of Cole Erwin, Abigail Pruitt and Sydney Evans.
Morgan Paddock showed how to use Mod Podge on a glass container, and Brittney Hornbuckle presented her flute and how to play it. She played, “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” and everyone enjoyed it greatly.
Members also had a fierce game of Winter Pictionary, and everyone had a blast.
The club’s leaders are encouraging members to participate in the District Club Day coming up Feb. 15. This is a day for all 4-H’ers in the Frontier District to show off their skills, so everyone will benefit from learning new things. It is a competitive day, complete with judges to critique and ribbons and awards. The club’s leaders strongly suggest new members participate in this fun-filled day to get comfortable with 4-H and learn what it is all about.
The club entered a float in the Christmas parade and was awarded a first-place ribbon. Members gave a hand and congratulated workers for the fabulous job they did on the float this year.
The meeting was then adjourned with the 4-H motto, “To make the best better.”