4-H Club: Woodlawn Meadowlarks

The Woodlawn Meadowlarks 4-H Club share May Day cards and flowers with their friends and neighbors.
Gage Brumback talks about how he and his dad made a bow out of wood during the Woodlawn Meadowlarks 4-H Club meeting.

Submitted by Colby Stoller

The Woodlawn Meadowlarks 4-H Club monthly meeting was held on Monday, May 1, at the Stoller house. The role call was “What is your favorite color?” The question was answered by 19 members and two leaders. Our song, lead by Lanae Metzger, was “Alice the Camel.”

The next 4-H council meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 6, at the Seneca community building with the food stand and fair activity committee meeting prior. May 1 was a very important day for 4-Hers because it was the last day that they could add or drop projects for the current 4-H year. Paperwork for livestock projects were also due.

In old Business, the club decided to do a bonfire at Sycamore Springs for recreation in June. New business — the club decided to have a joint meeting with the Achievers 4-H Club for the June meeting.

For our programs, Gage Brumback talked about how he and his dad made a bow out of wood. Also, our health and safety officers, Keelan and Abram, gave talks about tornadoes and swimming in ponds.

After the meeting for recreation, the club made May Day cards and picked out flowers that the Stoller kids grew in their greenhouse to share with neighbors and friends.


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