Dalton Kidron Big 4 4-H service project to plant flowers on veterans’ graves

Dalton Kidron Big 4 called one of its many online meetings to order on June 8.

The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H pledge.

After attendance, the treasurer gave his report. The current balance is $478.26. Safety and recreation officers also gave their reports.

It’s T-shirt time! What color will our shirt be this year? Green with white lettering won!

Fair books are available. Anyone who would like their books and forms now can arrange for pick up.

For recreation, members did 20 sit-ups.

Club members decided on a service project before the meeting was adjourned. The club decided to plant flowers on veterans’ graves at the Dalton Cemetery.

A reminder to check out the Wayne County Ohio 4H website, because everything 4H members need to know is listed there, as well as links to virtual camps and last Quality Assurance opportunities. The Wayne County Extension office will be open with limited hours. Wayne County Junior Camp will begin June 29.

The next meeting was scheduled for this week via Zoom.

Lydia Marthey is the Dalton Kidron Big 4 4-H news reporter and a Tuslaw Middle School student.

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