4-H Club: Fairview Willing Workers



The Fairview Willing Workers enjoy a Mexican Fiesta during their meeting on Sunday, February 19.

The monthly meeting of the Fairview Willing Workers was called to order at 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19, by president Kodi Miller. The Pledge of Allegiance and 4-H pledge was led by Carson Keim. Then, members and leaders answered the roll call question, “What is your favorite part of 4-H?” The roll call question was answered by 15 members and one leader.

Secretary Annika Reschke read last month’s minutes, which were approved as read. There was no treasurer’s or reporter’s report.

In new business, Connie Maas asked the club if we would like to do an activity for County Club Days. After discussion, Malachi Maas moved that we do a skit during County Club Day, Reid Reschke seconded the motion. Therefore, the motion passed.

The club also talked about donating $25 chamber bucks to the spotlight auction. M. Maas moved that we donate $25 chamber bucks to the spotlight auction. Again, R. Reschke seconded the motion.

There were no programs.

Then, Community Leader C. Maas reminded the club that Saturday, March 4, is County Club Days; March 13 and 14 is the spotlight auction; beef weigh-in is from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 18, at the NEK Vet Clinic; to call Roni at the Shirt Shack to order new 4-H club shirts by March 15; and finally she reminded the club that the next meeting is at 6 p.m. March 12.

Aden Geisendorf moved that we adjourn the meeting and Ben Geisendorf seconded the motion. Motion passed.

The club then stood and repeated the 4-H motto. After that, the club enjoyed a Mexican Fiesta. All families contributed to the fiesta, while members enjoyed socializing.

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