The regular monthly meeting of the Reno Bobwhites 4-H Club was called to order on Thursday, Jan. 4, by substituting president Hillary Saathoff. Roll call was answered by "how many inches of snow will we get in the new year?"
Nikki Gee and Garrett French led the pledges. Molly Monahan and Matthew Titterington led the club in singing "If You're Happy And You Know It."
Tina Allen read the minutes of the last meeting, which were approved as read
Hannah Davidson reminded the club to take cameras everywhere to take pictures for record books. Max Packard announced that people need to sign up for committees.
Janice McCue announced the 2007 calendar has been updated and is ready for use. She also announced that the goal-setting meeting for all projects is 7:30 p.m. Jan. 18 at the 4-H building in Tonganoxie.
Steve Miles announced that the horse hippology meeting has been set for Feb. 5.
Mrs. Leslie announced that 6 p.m. Jan. 16 is a goat meeting at the 4-H building in Tonganoxie.
Kathy Monahan announced upcoming 4-H choir practice dates are: Jan. 11 at the Tonganoxie Library, Jan. 18 at the Allen's house, Jan. 25, Feb. 8 and Feb. 15 at the 4-H building in Tonganoxie.
County Club Days is Feb. 17. Regional 4-H Days will be held in March.
Donna Wiley announced that people need to sign up for the program and snack hosts for the upcoming months. She also announced that she has extra calendars and leadership forms for the new year.
Tina Allen announced that 4-H T-shirts are $4 for kids and $5 for adults.
The club voted to reimburse Nicole Allen $18 for supplies to make Christmas cards. Justin Leslie gave a poem by Shel Silverstein. Allie Packard gave two readings, one of which was titled "Friendship." Max Packard gave a demonstration on "How To Make Dinner Rolls."
Birthday song leaders were Bonnie Monahan and Nikki Gee.
-Patrick Monahan, reporter
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