Peabody Achievers have exchange meeting

Peabody Achievers 4-H Club had an exchange meeting June 23 with Cassoday Booster 4-H Club in Peabody City Park.

The club had a swim party before the meeting. Cassoday Boosters brought watermelon to share.

President Brandon Entz called the meeting to order. Alyssa Holt and Tyler Entz led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call answered the question, “How many exhibits did you have at the fair?”

Attending were 19 members, 0 parents, 1 leader, and 22 guests.

Community leader Shawn Entz provided dates of upcoming activities. Club members will assist with set up for Marion County Fair at 3 p.m. on Sunday and return to the fairgrounds at 8:30 a.m. July 27 to help clean up.

She said she would send a concessions signup sheet around. She requested help organizing herdsmanship decorations.

In unfinished business, Shawn Entz reported that the club had a successful concession stand fundraiser at a home swim meet. Mackenzie Young moved to pay $106 in expenses, Bryant Young seconded the motion, and the motion passed.

The club did not have a float in the Fourth of July parade this year. Devon Gaines moved that the club give $50 to the Marion County 4-H Endowment Fund. Kalea Craig seconded, and the motion passed.

Members sang “Happy Birthday” to those with June birthdays. Anna Lubers moved to adjourn the meeting. Jack Parks seconded, and the motion passed.

— Morgan Gaines, reporter

 

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