Lyndon Leaders enjoy the holidays, get ready for the New Year

By Garrett Shoup, Club Reporter

The Lyndon Leaders 4-H Club had its monthly meeting on Dec. 8, 2019. Roll call was “What do you want for Christmas?”

The leaders’ report included thanking the club for a great turnout for the Lyndon winter parade and for the Simpson family for taking charge of the float. There was no unfinished or new business.

For the program, Morgan Young did a talk on how to wrap a present and Kendall Young did a talk comparing two different types of icing. Recreation included a group of the club members going to the Dollar General Store and purchasing stocking items for the club’s adopted family.

Upon returning to the meeting, the club wrapped presents for the adopted family and packed cookie gift boxes for our local 4-H supporters. The club did a quick gift exchange and had snacks provided by the Kilgores.

The next meeting is Jan. 12, 2020.

Lyndon Leaders 4-H Club members ride their float in the Lyndon Winter Festival Parade Dec. 7, 2019. Courtesy photo.

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