Lyndon Leaders sample international cuisine

Lyndon Leaders show off their delicious international food dishes. Shoup photo.

By Garrett Shoup
Club Reporter

The Lyndon Leaders 4-H Club had their monthly meeting on April 8, 2018. The meeting started with roll call of “What’s your favorite Easter candy?”

During new business, the club voted to pay $100 per 4-H member wanting to attend camp and that met the requirements for the club scholarship application. So far there are at least five members from the club planning to attend camp.

The parent committee announced the club met on March 18 to add soil to the landscaping and wall project on Topeka Avenue. They also discussed that the weed guard and river rock would be finished in the upcoming week. All the club has left to do is start planting plants.

Next was the program, which included a demonstration by Josye Hutchroft on how to make oobleck. Following this, Kendall Young and Morgan Gross gave a presentation on how to play the trumpet.

The meeting ended with each member sharing their international food dish they prepared for the club to sample. The members agreed that this is their favorite meeting of the year because it is so exciting to anticipate what each member will bring!

The next meeting will be at 4:30 p.m. June 10, at the Kneisler farm, for the Lyndon Leaders’ annual potluck dinner, farm tour and project show.

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