? Tampa Triple T?s 4-H Club: ?Cailey had a little lamb?and its name was Simon.? Cailey Barney?s lamb project was just one of the variety of projects members learned about at their last meeting.
The April 26 meeting of the Tampa Triple T?s 4-H Club was evaluated by four members and one leader of the Goessel Goal Getters Club. It was at 7 p.m. at the Tampa Senior Center. Roll call was ?Your middle name.? Twenty-five members, eight parents, six guests and eight leaders attended the meeting.
The leaders informed the club about changes in the Marion County Fair. 4-H Camp will be June 21-24, with Rookie Camp June 21-22. Counselors are needed for 4-H Camp.
Members were asked to sign up for junior superintendents for the Tri-County Fair, July 8-10. The club voted to give $75 to the Marion County Development Fund. The club also voted to serve the meal at the Tampa Farmers? Market July 21.
In addition to Cailey?s project talk, the program included Caleb Meisinger playing a violin solo. Morganne Hamm demonstrated how to make a peach pie using an oil pie crust. Logan Oborny made an ?Edible John Deere Tractor.? Jared Barney showed how to make a palomar knot for fishing.
?Happy Birthday? was sung to those with April birthdays.
Hosts for the evening were the Hajek, Kliewer and Evans families.
The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. May 24 at the Tampa Senior Center. Roll call will be ?How long I ride the bus to school.? Program will be by Greg Oborny, Tabitha Oborny, Tom Oborny, Nathan Barney, Laci Wingerd, and Katie Evans. Hosts will be the Wingerd, Meisinger and Jeff Riffel families.
?Reece Berens, reporter
? Cassidy Hill, a member of the Tampa Triple T?s 4-H Club, was chosen champion in the Novice Obedience division of the Reno County 4-H Invitational Dog Show on May 1. She received medals, a leash and ribbons. Cassidy is the daughter of Kevin and Teresa Hill.