4-H news, April 8, 2015

? The Tampa Triple Ts met March 8. Roll call, which was ?What are your plans for spring break,? was answered by 11 members, two leaders and five parents.

Talks were given by Reece and Addie Berens, and Dylan and Carly Deines. We had several members participate in Club Day. They were Reece and Addie Berens, Hanne McDermott, Isabel Rziha, Tanner and Allie Stuchlik, Cecilia, Anthony and Daniel Rziha.

Quite a few of these members qualified to go to Regional Club Day. They were Reece and Addie Berens, Hanne McDermott, Isabel Rziha, Allie Stuchlik and Cecilia, Anthony and Daniel Rziha. Congratula?tions to all who participated. May 1 is the final day to enroll online.

Our next meeting will be at 5:30 p.m. April 12 at the Tampa Senior Center. This will be our evaluation meeting, so please plan to attend. There will be a Mother’s Day craft project after the meeting. Talks will be given by: Zach, Jared and Cailey Barney and Hanne McDermott. Host families will be Evans and Kroupas.

?Tanner Stuchlik, reporter

? The Live Wires-Empire Best 4-H Club met at the Galva Community Room Sunday, March 8. The meeting was called to order by President Lane Wiens. The flag salute and 4-H Pledge were then given. Roll Call was answered by, ?What are you doing for spring break?? Seventeen members, six leaders and 14 guests were present.

Members of the 4-H Fair board updated us on the changes to the 4-H Fair in July. Previous meeting minutes were approved as read. The following officers reported: treasurer Reed Wiens and reporter Isom Marston. Lane McMannis noted the updated information on Facebook.

In unfinished business, the educational tour was discussed and the club voted to visit a poultry hatchery.

For new business, Development Fund forms were passed out to each 4-H family. Club scholarships were approved in the amount of $50 for campers and $25 for day campers.

For the program, Isom Marston presented his talk on the ?Importance of Tagging.? Program books for the club?s monthly meetings were handed out to all 4-H families.

Announcements were read and the meeting was then adjourned and the club repeated its motto, ?To Make the Best Better.? The Smith and Ryan families supplied snacks after the meeting.

?Isom Marston, reporter

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