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Lyndon Leaders 4-H Club makes snowmen during December meeting

By Leanne Shoup, Club Reporter

The December meeting of the Lyndon Leaders 4-H Club was held at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 13, 2015, at the Lyndon School Cafeteria. President Kaelin Bones called the meeting to order and led the 4-H pledge and flag salute. Secretary Ryan Bones did roll call which was answered by “What is one gift you want for Christmas?”

Officer reports were given by reporter Leanne Shoup and treasurer Ethan Kneisler. Leader Lara Shoup reminded everyone that Club Days will be February 27, 2016; 4-H camp dates are June 12-15; and radio spots are available at KOFO if anyone is interested.

Parent Darby Kneisler has a friend, Scott Redding, who made a big metal sign for our 4-H club to put along the highway. The members signed a thank you note to send to Scott for his generous donation to our club and a picture will be taken to send to him as well once the sign is painted.

The program consisted of Ethan Kneisler’s project talk on a photography workshop he attended recently. Leanne Shoup and Reanna Marcotte gave a demonstration on how to make a snowman out of a milk jug. They brought lots of supplies and helped everyone make a snowman of their own. Extra snowmen were made and would be dropped off at the Vintage Park Assisted Living in Osage City for their residents to enjoy.

The Kneisler family led the club in a game of “Find the gummy bear” in a plate full of whipped cream – with your face!

The club’s next meeting will be at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 10, at the Lyndon School Cafeteria.


Lyndon Leaders 4-H Club with finished DIY Snowmen. Photo submitted.

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