Lyndon Leaders cook up plans for International Foods Night

By Garrett Shoup, Club Reporter

Lyndon Leaders participate in a team building activity.

The Lyndon Leaders 4-H Club had its monthly meeting on March 11, 2018. The meeting started with roll call of “What are you doing for spring break?”

During new business, the club voted to host their second annual International Foods Night, when members will make a dish, announce where it originated from, and allow everyone to sample it. This will take place during the April meeting.

The parent committee announced the club will be having a work day on March 18 at noon, to add soil to the landscaping in front of the wall project on main street.

The program included Brynna Peterson giving a demonstration on how to make your own slime.

The meeting ended with a team building activity, led by the Wise family. Groups had to get a chewy lifesaver around a gummy worm, without touching it with their hands and using limited supplies.

The next Lyndon Leaders 4-H Club meeting will be at 4:30 p.m. April 8, in the Lyndon High School cafeteria.

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