4-H News

Erika Brown called the April 10 meeting of the Madison All- Stars 4-H Club to order, which was held at the Sheboygan Falls Town Hall.

The America pledge was led by Sophie Myszewski and the 4-H pledge was led by Evan Sukowaty.

The members answered roll call by telling the club “What is your favorite time of day?”

The secretary’s report was given by Kennedy Theobald. who read the March’s meeting minutes.

Owen Beumler gave a monthly account balance from the treasury.

The reporter’s report was given by Ben Beumler. Bryan Burkhart updated the club on Youth Association.

President Erika Brown read a card from the memorial of Mr. Tauschek.

Evan Sukowaty did his speech on paint repair of an auto, Bennet Stemper did his speech on his cat George. Braeden Albrecht did his speech on 4-H project day, and Aiden Dulmes did his speech on 4-H dog project with his labrador retriever.

The music and drama report was the skit that the cast performed at the 4-H Music and Drama Festival, called “The Bad Case of The Stripes.”

Nathaniel Otte thanked everyone who came to the bowling party on April 8.

Abby Kappers reported that Easter Baskets were delivered on March 31 to the Pine Haven residents. Sammy Lewis reported that the family swim was March 17 and thanked everyone who came.

Sophie Myszewski told us the May Baskets were made before the meeting and will be delivered to Pine Haven on April 29.

Owen Beumler reported that the Adopt-A-Highway video will be shown next month.

Nancy Brown announced that for softball our club and the Ourtown Orioles will play together with Mr. Debbink as coach. Games will be played on Monday nights.

The meeting concluded with the leaders report and announcements.

Submitted by

Ben Beumler

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