Lyndon Leaders 4-H plan October meeting to invite and encourage new members

Ethan Kneisler participates in a team building activity during the Lyndon Leaders’ September meeting. Courtesy photo.

By Garrett Shoup
Club Reporter

The Lyndon Leaders 4-H Club had its monthly meeting on Sept. 9, 2018. The meeting was centered on setting new goals for the upcoming year and planning an October meeting that would be geared toward new members.

Members broke into groups, brainstorming ways to make the October meeting “new member” friendly. After discussion, each group presented their ideas in front of the club. Some of the ideas included doing a 4-H project-based scavenger hunt, mini-project stations for the program, and a visual presentation to summarize what the club does throughout the year.

Recreation was held by the Shoup family. The club divided into teams and had to communicate with a blindfolded team member to help them find a ball in the center of the gym floor. The fun continued with ice cream cones for refreshments.

For anyone who would like to learn more about 4-H, we invite you to join us at our next meeting on at 4:30 p.m. Oct. 14, in the Lyndon High School cafeteria, or email [email protected].

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