The bimonthly meeting of the Leavenworth County Events Council was Nov. 28 at the Lansing 4-H Building. President Natalie Hall called the meeting to order.
Committee reports are as follows:
¢ 4-H Days Committee would like to encourage everyone to participate in County 4-H Days being held Feb. 18 at the Lansing High School, the County Junior Leaders will have a concession stand;
¢ Spring Fare Committee reported the Spring Garden, Art, and Food Fare will be held June 17 at the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds;
¢ 4-H Promotion Committee reported that there would be a Day Camp for Cloverbuds and would like junior leaders to help sponsor an after school program;
¢ Achievement Night Committee would like to see what 4-H'ers would like to do for Achievement Night which will be Oct. 28 at the Leavenworth Community Center, each club is asked to provide a disk with pictures;
¢ Member/Leader Support committee announced the officer training would be at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 19. There will be a light meal served. The committee would like KSU students and former officers to teach it.
Unfinished business included 4-H Cookbooks are for sell at the office for $15. The Kansas 4-H Centennial Community Service Project is helping hunger.
Beth Hecht explained the duties of the County 4-H Events Council. The 2006 4-H Events Council Handbook is now on the Web. Committee meetings for County Council will also be posted on the Web
- Katie Campbell, reporter