Hillsboro 4-H club met on June 12

South Cottonwood 4-H club began the meeting at 4:30 p.m. on June 12. The meeting started with the 4-H pledge and pledge of allegiance. Roll call was answered by something you are looking forward to this summer. There were 18 members and 12 parents present. The minutes from the May meeting were read by Brandi Hein.

There was important information shared about the County fair. On Sunday, July 16 the horse show will be held. On Monday, July 18 foods and clothes judging will be held at the Methodist church. From 5-8 p.m. on Tuesday, July 19, the 4-H building will have the livestock. Soon the fair calendar will be updated online at https://marioncountyfairks.org/events/full-calendar/.

Emerson Corby gave an update on the community garden. From 4:30-6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 14, the whole community is welcome to get the produce. The elementary school garden club members will harvest it for you.

South Cottonwood 4-H club is going to be in the county fair parade. Grace Hein will get help to make a plan and Trudy Hein will order supplies needed. Ashley Peters gave a project talk about giving shots to livestock. Oliver Hein moved to end the meeting, Emerson Corby and Marshal Hein seconded and it ended at 5:30 p.m.

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