Peabody 4-H club met

The monthly meeting of the Peabody Achievers 4-H Club was held Sunday in the Peabody-Burns Elementary music room.

The roll call was answered by a candy-counting contest. There were 22 members, 13 parents, two leaders, and six guests at the meeting.

Jack Parks won the jar of candy with a guess of 65 pieces; there were 66 candies in the jar.

Bailey Penner, parlimentarian, shared her pulpit.

Anna Lubbers provided the treasurer’s report.

Jack Parks, council representative, shared some proposed changes to the fair schedule and asked for feedback on the achievement night activities.

Shawn Entz, community leader, reminded the club that they will be evaluating the Goessel 4-H Club on March 4.

During new business, Cody Parmley moved that the club provide the concession stand at the Spring Beef Show.

The motion was seconded and approved, Devon Gaines moved to spend money at the snack bar at the hub. Gaines then moved to amend the motion to limit it to $5 per member to spend at the hub.

Morgan Gaines moved to submit a fair theme of “Boots and Bling.” The motion was seconded and carried.

For the program this month: Corin Parmley gave a presentation about “Why Ear Notch,” Anna Lubbers gave a presentation about how to apply the 4-H pledge to life, Morgan Gaines presented about livestock brands, and Devon Gaines save a talk on livestock breeding options.

The Happy Hustler’s 4-H Club evaluated the meeting and provided feedback on things that the club should improve in meetings.

Morgan Gaines, club reporter

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