The Fayette Farm Life 4-H club held its second meeting on Friday, Feb. 24 at Miami Trace Middle School.
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Blake Sollars and the 4-H pledge was led by Caleb Bennett. The club answered roll call with their favorite restaurant.
The secretary’s report and treasurer’s report were given. Annabelle Eggleton gave a safety report on how to make a first aid kit. Jenna Goddard followed with a health report on why everyone should play outside even during the winter.
Drew Black told about the importance of recycling and how it helps our environment during his environmental report. Club demonstrations were given by Emma and Natalie Pitstick on how to properly wash a calf. Next was Weston Pettit on how to jump start a dead car battery. Finally, Emma See showed how to build your notebook for judging and showed the club her historian notebook.
Old business discussed included member dues, books, enrollment forms, and the window decorating contest. The club earned second place and was awarded $25 from the extension office.
New business discussed included fundraising ideas, community service ideas, and field trip ideas and discussions. The club will vote on these at the next meeting.
The meeting was adjourned. The club’s next meeting is March 10 at Miami Trace Middle School at 7 p.m. Snacks and drinks were provided by Haylee Anders and Austin Cruea.