Olivia Rogers
Club reporter
Morning Glory 4-H Club held a Day Camp for its members on June 27.  There was something for everyone. Attendees made cards for the nursing home, searched for bugs on an insect hunt, enjoyed outdoor recreational games, stamped leather bracelets, and learned about a soy bean farm by planting seeds and getting up close and personal with an 8-foot soy bean plant.
Each year Morning Glory Day Camp is organized by the Junior Leaders who are older members of the club. The Junior Leaders plan out all of the activities for the Day Camp and then invite the younger club members to attend. This gives Junior Leaders an opportunity to practice community service and leadership skills.
The Day Camp ran from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and included a taco dinner. Afterward, the monthly Morning Glory meeting was held.