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4-H News




The Pettisville Ever-Ready 4-H Club held its seventh meeting, Tuesday, July 9.

Mindy Borer gave an update on the chicken barbecue; $1,486.08 was raised.

There are no more quality assurance classes; anyone who hasn’t taken one should call the extension office to set up an appointment.

All 4-Hers must attend at least five meetings, must have completed his project books and interview on the project, give a demonstration, and those with livestock projects must attend a quality assurance class. Anyone who doesn’t complete all the requirements will be ineligible to show at the fair.

Marilyn Rychener discussed sponsoring a trophy for each livestock animal.

Sarah Pratt made a motion to drop hay baling and try to sponsor a swine trophy. It was seconded by Samantha Norman.

The club will participate in the junior fair parade with a float.

The next meeting is the family potluck and pool party, Monday, July 21, 6 p.m. at Ruihley Park, Archbold. Everyone should bring a dish to share. Table service and drinks are provided.

A brief meeting will follow the meal. Swimming is at 7 p.m. and is paid for by the club.- Sarah Pratt, secretary/ reporter


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