The March meeting of the Charm-N-Farm 4-H Club was held at St. Colman Catholic Parish Center and was called to order by President Madisyn Callahan at noon. Courtney Arnold led the 4-H pledge and Therese Robinson led the Pledge of Allegiance. In the absence of the secretary, advisor Mary Kay Sollars performed roll call.
Environmental Officer Claudia Fuller gave a report of the consequences of artificial lighting. Health Officer Anna Robinson gave a report on Sports Drinks vs. Coconut Water. Community Service Officer Therese Robinson gave a report on her donation to the Life Pregnancy Center. Treasurer Spencer Minyo gave the club a report on our expenses and current balance. Under old business, President Callahan told the club that the 4-H Open House went very well and thanked those who participated.
Under new business, she informed the club on the date change for camper roundup to April 12. She also told the club about the 4-H Carnival to be held on Tuesday March 29. Finally, the club voted to sell candy and chips at the Fayette County Health Fair. In the Advisors’ Corner, Mary Kay Sollars talked to the club about Outstanding 4-Her applications. Spencer Minyo gave a demonstration on the different parts of a computer. Clare Sollars gave a demonstration on how to calibrate a meat thermometer. Sollars move to adjourn the meeting, and Trevor Minyo seconded.
As a community service project, volunteers from the club cleaned the Agriculture Hall of Fame at the Ohio State University Extension on Feb. 24. Spencer and Trevor Minyo and Therese, Anna and Laura Robinson cleaned with the assistance of advisor Mary Kay Sollars. They received a letter of thanks at the March meeting in recognition of their help.