4-H Club: Woodlawn Meadowlarks
Submitted by Ella Sourk
The Woodlawn Meadowlarks met at the historic Sycamore Springs for their June meeting. The members enjoyed a potluck meal at one of the shelter houses prior to sharing with the club their projects and what they hope to take to the fair. It was apparent that our members have learned a lot this year with their projects and have been working hard to have things ready to display at the fair. Once all members shared their accomplishments, the meeting was called to order by President Susannah Walker on June 26.
Lucy Metzger led the club in the Flag Salute and 4-H Pledge. Abram Beyer led the club in singing, “Please Porridge Hot.”
Roll call, “what is your favorite summer activity,” was answered by 18 members, two leaders and one guest. The minutes from the last meeting were approved. Parliamentarian Colby Stoller explained the different types of motions. Gwendolyn Walker reported that the club’s photography display was currently set up at the Mary Cotton Public Library. The club learned that they made $127 from their Big Kansas Road Trip Snack Stand.
The meeting was adjourned and in recognition of the club’s recreation month, the members enjoyed the activities at Sycamore Springs, including hiking, putt-putt golf and roller skating.