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Wolfcreek Whirlwinds

February 15, 2019
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The Wolfcreek Whirlwinds 4-H Club called its February meeting to order at 1:38 p.m. at the Gladbrook City Center. We began the meeting with Max Handorff leading us in The Pledge of Allegiance. Amaya Peterson, Secretary, read the minutes of the previous meeting. They were approved as read. . Our treasurer Grace Wegner read the treasurer’s report and the bills that are due this month. Her report was approved as read. In old business, we discussed lunching Spanky’s spring sale as our fundraiser. It was decided that we would once again provide a pork loin sandwich meal. A committee of Parker, Rhianna, Grace, Caleb, and Owen will be in charge of getting food ordered and organizing the event. We once again went over winter carnival information and when it has been moved to. It will be on March 23rd, and we will keep the schedule the same and add a few workers to the open spots for our club. In new business, beef kids will work on record book pages after the March meeting , and swine kids will work on their record book pages following the April meeting. We also discussed dates that would work to go tubing in Boone. Erin Murty gave our leader’s report. We adjourned our meeting by being lead in the 4-H pledge by Layne Murty. Afterword’s presentations were given by Conner Murty on who Henry A Wallace was, Madelyn Kucera on donating locks of hair to the Pantene program, Amaya Peterson on making edible cookie dough, Stella Betts on her dog Charlie, and Adelyn Sienknecht on issues facing today’s beef producers. Our next meeting will be March 10th at the City Center at 1:30 p.m. We will volunteer at the theatre first from 12:30 to 1:30. Submitted by : Reporter, Rhianna Murty


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