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Peabody Achievers approve donation to Numana

Peabody Achievers 4-H club met at 6:30 p.m. March 9 in the Peabody-Burns Elementary School music room.

President Brandon Entz called the meeting to order at 6:35 p.m. Secretary Corin Parmley called roll with the question, “What is your middle name?” Junior secretary Morgan Gaines read last month’s minutes.

Community leader Melissa Parmley read some communications regarding the new pool at Rock Springs Camp and a countywide service project day to be held on the last Friday in April.

Community leader Michele Gossen talked about the new 4-H mentor program the state organization will implement Aug. 1. New guidelines will need to be met in order to be a counselor, project leader, community leader, or to able to transport 4-H members to events.

A motion was made by Anna Lubbers to send Numana $65 for a box of food to be donated internationally. Weston Gaines seconded the motion. The motion carried by unanimous approval from club members.

A motion was made by Devon Gaines to run a concession stand at the Marion County Spring Beef Show in April 19. Weston Gaines seconded the motion, followed by discussion. Several families will not be available to help, but will supply food. The motion carried.

Members had organized recreation outside. Refreshments were provided by all families. “Happy Birthday” was sung to all members with a March birthday.

A motion was made by Devon Gaines to adjourn the meeting at 7:20 p.m. and was seconded by Weston Gaines. The motion carried.

– Tyler Entz, reporter

Last modified March 27, 2014

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