Fayette Farm Life holds third meeting


By Emma Eggleton - Fayette Farm Life News Reporter



Old business discussed included the last dates to change projects. The club also discussed their options for a field trip, which included visiting the wetlands on Robinson Road as well as taking a canoe trip.


The Fayette Farm Life 4-H club held its second meeting on March 10 at Miami Trace Middle School.


New business discussed included that the Tasha Black and Tiffany Bennett were to be put on the club’s bank account. The order forms for the club’s fundraiser were passed out.


The Fayette Farm Life 4-H club held its third meeting on March 10 at Miami Trace Middle School. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Weston Pettit and the 4-H pledge was led by Drew Black. The club answered roll call with their favorite food.

The secretary’s report and treasurer’s report were given. Annabelle Eggleton gave a safety report on tornado safety. Jenna Goddard followed with a health report on why flossing teeth is important. Drew Black gave his environmental report on using wind for energy. Club demonstrations were given by Emma Eggleton on how maple syrup is made and Annabelle Eggleton told about planting a garden.

Old business discussed included the last dates to change projects. The club also discussed their options for a field trip, which included visiting the wetlands on Robinson Road as well as taking a canoe trip.

New business discussed included that the names of Tasha Black and Tiffany Bennett were to be put on the club’s bank account. The order forms for the club’s fundraiser were passed out. The club is selling cookie gift boxes from Country Cakes and Bakes, and will receive a portion of the total money for those boxes. The club was also asked to bring their t-shirt design ideas to the next meeting.

The meeting was adjourned. The club’s next meeting is March 24 at Miami Trace Middle School at 7 p.m. Snacks and drinks were provided Emma and Annabelle Eggleton.

Old business discussed included the last dates to change projects. The club also discussed their options for a field trip, which included visiting the wetlands on Robinson Road as well as taking a canoe trip.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/03/web1_DSCN0296.jpgOld business discussed included the last dates to change projects. The club also discussed their options for a field trip, which included visiting the wetlands on Robinson Road as well as taking a canoe trip.

The Fayette Farm Life 4-H club held its second meeting on March 10 at Miami Trace Middle School.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/03/web1_DSCN0297.jpgThe Fayette Farm Life 4-H club held its second meeting on March 10 at Miami Trace Middle School.

New business discussed included that the Tasha Black and Tiffany Bennett were to be put on the club’s bank account. The order forms for the club’s fundraiser were passed out.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/03/web1_DSCN0298.jpgNew business discussed included that the Tasha Black and Tiffany Bennett were to be put on the club’s bank account. The order forms for the club’s fundraiser were passed out.

By Emma Eggleton

Fayette Farm Life News Reporter