Friendly Fellows and Daisies

The Friendly Fellows and Daisies 4-H Club met on Jan. 6 at Jungle Lanes in Groton. Vice President Hanna Miller called the meeting to order. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Logan Warrington. The 4-H Pledge was led by Blake Pauli. Roll call topic was favorite book. Four communications were read. Treasurer’s report amount was $2,082.82. There was one bill and no receipts. Treasurer’s report was approved by Clay Crawford and second by Austin Crawford. Secretary’s report was read by Logan Ringgenberg, approved by Mallory Miller, and seconded by Natalia Warrington. Old business was Christmas Party. Logan Ringgenberg closed old business, seconded by Blake Pauli. New business was Newshound, ski trip, project day, and rocket order. New business was closed by Ashyln Warrington and seconded by Tucker Miller. Other business was bowling party. Meeting was adjourned by Braden Boe and second by Ashyln Warrington. Natalia Warrington had a talk about wet and dry ingredients. Hanna Miller had a talk about South Dakota State Junior Snow Queen. For lunch we had Jungle Lanes pizza.

Mallory Miller, club reporter

Friendly Fellows and Daisies

The Friendly Fellows and Daisies 4-H Club met on Feb. 10. Colin Frey called the meeting to order. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Tucker Miller. The 4-H Pledge was led by Andrew Marzahn. Roll call topic was favorite winter activity. There was one communication read. Treasurer’s report amount was $1,830.71; no bills or receipts. Treasurer’s report was approved by Kaitlyn Anderson and seconded by Ashlyn Warrington.

There was one Secretary’s Report improvement: minutes from the January meeting. Secretary’s report was approved by Kennedy Anderson and seconded by Natalia Warrington. Old business was leaders meeting report.

Old business was approved by Hanna Miller, seconded by Ashlyn Warrington. New business was Newshound and Redwheel Fundraiser. New business was closed by Mallory Miller and seconded by Axel Warrington.

Other business was club projects. Meeting was adjourned by Logan Ringgenberg and seconded by Mallory Miller. Logan Ringgenberg had a talk about state wrestling. Axel Warrington had a talk about cover crop seed collection and Andrew Marzahn had a talk about 4-H archery. Lunch was served by the Boe family.

Mallory Miller, club reporter

Friendly Fellows and Daisies

Friendly Fellows and Daisies 4-H Club met on March 3. President Colin Frey called the meeting to order. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Clay Crawford. The 4-H Pledge was led by Austin Crawford. No communications were read. Treasurer’s report was approved by Tucker Miller and seconded by Braden Boe. Secretary’s report was read by Logan Ringennberg, approved by Axel Warrington, and seconded by Blake Pauli. Old business was bowling party. New business was newshound and Molded Fiberglass Tour scheduled for next month. New business was closed by Mallory Miller and seconded by Hanna Miller. The meeting was adjourned by Andrew Marzahn and seconded by Nicole Marzahn.

Mallory Miller, club reporter

Friendly Fellows and Daisies

Friendly Fellows and Daisies 4-H Club met on April 7 at Molded Fiberglass in Aberdeen. We went on a tour and had a short meeting afterward. The meeting was called to order by President Colin Frey. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Kamryn Fliehs and 4-H Pledge was led by Braden Boe. Secretary’s report was read by Logan Ringgenberg, approved by Blake Pauli and seconded by Clay Crawford. There was no old business. New business was the tour. New business was approved by Hanna Miller and seconded by Tucker Miller. Meeting was adjourned by Karsten Fliehs and seconded by Mallory Miller. Hanna, Mallory, and Tucker Miller served lunch. There was a talk by Natalia Warrington about fashion review and selecting an outfit. There was a talk by Novalea Warrington about yarn rugs.

Mallory Miller, club reporter

Dakota Sharpshooters

The Dakota Sharpshooters 4-H Club met on April 7 at 4 p.m. The April meeting wasn’t a business meeting; it was a project night where members worked on different 4-H projects. There were four projects members could choose from.

The first one was a mod podge spring scene. The second was sewing a pillow case. The third was coloring a white tile with sharpie markers and then dripping rubbing alcohol on the tile. The last one was making a mosaic. Our next meeting is May 7 at Northern Electric at 5:30 p.m.

Anna Johnson, club reporter

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