Goessel, Marion host Zoom 4-H meetings

Photos by Becky Peterson Special to the Free Press
4-H Happy Hustler reporter Tripp Peterson and his family have been busy this Spring with calving season. The family and friends work together to make sure the calves are healthy and cared for as well as have shots and are tagged.

Goessel

The Goessel Goal Getters meeting was held on April 6 at 7 p.m. Roll call was if you were an animal, what would you be. It was answered by 29 members, five leaders, and one parent.

The recreation leader was Delaney Gibson. Pledge leader was Grace Meier and Song leader was Kurt Zapata-Blankley.

This month’s meeting was different from most of our meetings, we did it on an app called Zoom.

If you are still interested in 4-H or are enrolled and need to drop or add projects, the deadline is May 1. All other deadlines are still in effect. Some projects and programs are adjusting to online forums.

Reporter,

Ruby Shaver

Marion

The 4-H Happy Hustlers met via the internet with a Zoom meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 5.

Roll call was to name your favorite April Fool’s joke. 20 members, seven parents, four leaders and zero guests were present.

Marion County Extension Agent, Tristen Cope helped lead the meeting. The 4-H Council will hold its next meeting via Zoom on April 14 at 7 p.m.

The Lock-In scheduled for March 27 was postponed and the committee is hoping to get another one scheduled.

May 1 is the date to add/drop any projects for the year.

Rylee Thomas gave a project talk on How to take care of your horse. Music by Sara Groening was singing the song “Baby Bee”.

No recreation games were played tonight. Our next meeting will be held via Zoom at 7 p.m. on May 4.

Tripp Peterson, Happy Hustlers Reporter