The Van Wert County Courthouse

Monday, Jan. 17, 2022

Clever Clovers hold two April meetings

ALI GEMMER/Clever Clovers reporter

In the month of April, two Clever Clovers 4-H Meetings took place on April 13 and 27 at Grace Bible Church.

On April 13, the club had recreation and the members then split off into groups according to their project(s). After Erin Richardson called the meeting to order, Rachel Spath led the 4-H pledge. The members took attendance by telling their favorite sport and Erin Gemmer gave a treasurer’s report.

Mrs. Davis talks about the importance of what to do and use while beekeeping. (photo submitted)
Mrs. Davis talks about the importance of what to do and use while beekeeping. (photo submitted)

After Gabbie Perkins gave a health and safety report on Internet safety, the 4-H club went over officer training. As the meeting went on, the club decided to donate $100 to the Agricultural Building project and sponsor the first year book prize.  The meeting was adjourned and the club began its Agricultural Activity on corn.

On April 27, after the members split off into groups, according to their project books, and recreation had occurred, Erin Richardson called the meeting to order and Gabbie Perkins led the pledge. The group took attendance by members telling their favorite summer activity. Erin Gemmer gave a treasurer’s report and Gabbie Perkins gave a health and safety report on fire safety.

After Rachel Spath gave plans about the next service projects, the meeting was adjourned and the group began its agricultural activity. This time, guest speaker Mrs. Davis talked about her father having a bee farm and how he has to tend to it. The next meeting will be on May 11 at the same time and location.

POSTED: 05/11/15 at 5:17 am. FILED UNDER: Youth