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Melvern Jr. Highline 4-H Club fall update

By Bella Reeser, Club Reporter

On Sunday, Oct. 2, 2022, the Melvern Jr. Highline 4-H Club held its monthly meeting at the Melvern Community Center; the meeting was called to order by President Braelyn McNally. The club began their meeting with The Pledge of Allegiance and 4-H Pledge, led by Braelyn. Braelyn called roll, and members and parents were to answer with “Would you rather slide down a rainbow or jump on clouds?” There were eight members and five adults present.

Vice-President Gradey McNally read the minutes from the last meeting; they were approved as read. Gradey read the treasurer’s report; it was approved as read. Reporter Bella Reeser stated she submitted one article to the newspaper.

In historian report, Historian Allie Reeser shared “4-H Fun Facts” about the emblem of 4-H.

In leaders’ reports, leaders Caleb McNally and Lisa Reeser reminded club members of Achievement Night Oc. 26, and this week is 4-H Week. There was no old business.

In new business, it was moved and seconded to have a Trunk at the Melvern Trunk or Treat 5-7 p.m. Oct. 31.

It was moved and seconded to order new club shirts; Lisa will inquire for designs and bring it back next month.

In program, MJH members created posters to hang up at the Melvern and Quenemo buildings to promote and advertise 4-H.

In songs, the club sang Happy Birthday to Jennifer Roy.

At 5:24 p.n. it was moved and seconded to adjourn the meeting. The Melvern Jr. Highline’s next club meeting will be 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022, at the Melvern Community Center.

Members enjoyed snacks brought by the Reeser family and played at the park for recreation.

Members and parents of the MJH working together to make posters to hang up at schools to promote 4-H for 4-H week. Courtesy photo.


Melvern Jr. Highline 4-H Meeting, Sept. 11, 2022

By Bella Reeser, Club Reporter

On Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022, the Melvern Jr. Highline 4-H Club held its club meeting at Melvern Community Center. At 5 p.m. President Braelyn McNally called the meeting to order. The club began their meeting with The Pledge of Allegiance and 4-H Pledge, led by Braelyn. Braelyn called roll, both club’s members and parents were to answer with “Would you rather be a bee a or a horse?” There were eight members and five adults present.

Khloe Rice gives a demonstration on how to make a lava lamp.

Braelyn McNally read the minutes from the last meeting; they were approved as read. Treasurer Gradey McNally read the treasurer’s report; it was approved as read.

Reporter Bella Reeser stated she submitted one article to the newspaper. In historian report, Historian Allie Reeser shared “4-H Fun Facts” about the history of 4-H.

In leader s’ reports, Caleb McNally and Lisa Reeser reminded club members of Achievement Night Oct. 26, and record books due Sept. 19. There was no old or new business.

In program, Khloe Rice gave a demonstration on how to make a lava lamp. At 5:26 p.m. it was moved and seconded to adjourn the meeting.

The Melvern Jr. Highline’s next club meeting, 5 p.m. Oct. 2, 2022, at Melvern Community Center. Members enjoyed snacks brought by the Rice family and picked up trash at the park for recreation.

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