4-H Club: Busy Jayhawkers

Submitted by Aiden Lang, Reporter

On Monday, Nov. 22, the Busy Jayhawkers 4-H Club had their regular monthly meeting at the Sabetha Community Building. Agenda distributors were Brecken Edelman and Grant Stapleton, and pledge leaders were Autumn Lang and Kendrick Edelman. Roll call was the name of your favorite Thanksgiving food.

The Food Pantry collection item was canned soup. Kenton Farwell gave the club a citizenship tip: 10 ways you can volunteer in your community. The Busy Jayhawkers Club was awarded the Purple Seal, which is the highest seal a club can earn in Kansas; there was a short ceremony adding it to the charter.

Awards were then given to individuals who completed their goals last 4-H year. G. Stapleton led the club in singing, “Over the River and Through the Woods.” The hosts for the meeting were the Mike Rokey and Shannon Stapleton families. The following night, on Tuesday, Nov. 23, members of the Busy Jayhawkers attended the County Achievement Night in Seneca.

The next meeting for the Busy Jayhawkers is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 20, at the Sabetha Community Building.

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