The monthly meeting of Prairie Star 4-H was held on July 9 at the Johnson County Fairgrounds. The meeting was called to order by, President Haylee Burke, and pledges were led by Nikki Nellor and Sierra Muellner.
Roll call was answered with, “Would you rather have homemade ice cream, or watermelon?” There were 14 members present.
Haylee Burk gave the treasurer’s report and the club has a total of $1013.28. Tucker Davis gave the reporter’s report and turned in the monthly minutes to the newspaper. Anthony Deters asked for pictures of the kids doing 4-H projects. Lauren Molenda read the minutes from the last monthly meeting and stand approved as read.
Jeanette Davis gave the County Council Report and asked for volunteers to ride on the 4-H Ambassadors float. Marlene Gabriel gave the Community Leader’s report and told us important fair dates, thanked everyone who helped distribute food at the Nazarene Church, and told us about fair cleanup. She also passed around signup sheets for the food stand and helping with the scarecrow cutout.
Ally Boutte gave a fantastic project talk on how to prepare and cook pancakes.
Anthony Deters made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Tucker Davis seconded the motion. The next meeting will be a project tour, at 6:30p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 9 at the fairgrounds.
Prairie Star 4-H hosts its monthly meeting