Submitted by Lane Mosteller, Club Reporter
The August meeting of the Stateliners 4-H Club was held Monday, Aug. 29, at the Nemaha County Community Building in Seneca. Tonight was the parent meeting, so member’s parents held their kid’s offices. President John Jost called the meeting to order. Amanda Edelman and Chris Griffith lead the club in the Flag Salute, 4-H Pledge and Motto. Club members answered roll call by naming their favorite food and everyone’s answer made the club hungry for good food.
The club had a communication from the Kansas 4-H Foundation asking for donations. All club officers gave their monthly reports. For the club leader report, Collin Jost told the club about record books being due at next month’s meeting, sign up for an office and keep checking your newsletters. C. Jost also handed out club Herdsmanship ribbons to members.
There was no old business or new business so we moved to the program. Catherine Knapp showed us a slideshow on how to butcher pigs and the slideshow explained each step thoroughly and there were pictures as well to show the club. Ross Mosteller explained the difference between leadership and citizenship with a Jeopardy type of game to have a better understanding of each. We then moved to recreation where Jenny Edelman led us in a fun game of freeze tag.
Brad Edelman read the announcements. C. Jost moved to adjourn the meeting. Ethan Jost seconded, meeting adjourned. Next meeting is the voting of new officers for the club.
The next meeting will be held Monday, Sept. 26, at the Bern Community Building.