The Ringen Brushy 4-H Club met April 10 at 7 p.m. at Smithton School gym. President Brittany Hall called the meeting to order. Kandyn Hotsenpillar led the pledges. Secretary Kiersten Luttrell called roll. There were 51 members present. Minutes were read and approved. Treasurer Tyler Gerke read the treasurers report.
No Old Business was discussed.
New business discussed was project meeting reports on vet science, wood working, cake decorating, photography, and teen conference. Madalyn Amos, Chelsy Hall, Kandyn Hotsenpillar, Shani Deuschle, Brianna Eisenbarth, and Hannah Eisenbarth discussed their experience at teen conference. Suzanne Thompson did a demonstration on meat evaluation.
Discussed the 4-H camp coming up on June 11-13 and voted on half of the fees to be paid by the club and sponsors to pay other half. Also discussed was the County Wide carnival and members signed up for time slots to volunteer and brought in two liters of soda. Trash pickup is scheduled for April 21 at 1 p.m. Clover Kid Day Camp will be April 20 from 9:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Potter-Ewing Building at SFCC. State 4-H congress will be held May 29-31 and it was voted to pay half of the fee. Payment was also discussed for the Ringen Brushy schoolhouse. The theme for our Achievement Days basket will be John Deere.
The next meeting is Wednesday, May 8 at 7 p.m. at Smithton School gym. If school is canceled, 4-H is canceled. Shani Deuschle made a motion to adjourn the meeting, Kandyn Hotsenpillar seconded it. Refreshments were provided by the Hoehns, Frazee and Culp Families.
Submitted by Brianna Eisenbarth, reporter