All-N-One holds third and fourth meetings


All-N-One 4-H Club hosted their third meeting recently.

During this meeting, new members watched the horse safety video and practiced for the horse skillathon. All activity fees and enrollment forms were due at this time.

The fourth club meeting was also held recently. The meeting was led by Skylynn Barden club president. Vice president Madison Johnson proposed the Club Program book, which was accepted and voted in. Peyton Johnson then proposed Community Service Projects for the year.

The following community service projects were approved by the club: Donating to The Tough Enough to Wear Pink horse show, Miami Trace after prom, Jr. Fair Awards, and Fayette Horse Committee; passing out water on April 30 for the Hike for Hospice, and collecting pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House.

On Friday, March 10, the club met to clean the horse arena for the March 11 FFA judging, where the club brought in horses for the judging and sold food at the concession area.

The following club members also gave their reports and demonstrations: Hidy Kirkpatrick taught club members how to put on a point shoe (ballet) and also talked about her performance in The Nutcracker. Alora Self made dog treats for all the members of the club and discussed how to make them and how she sells them. Callie Kirkpatrick used glitter to help show the importance of good hand hygiene, and how to properly wash your hands. Garren talked about her pony riding experience, and how she fell off a mini pony.

The club announced Quality Assurance was held March 20-22 to its members and is mandatory for all market projects.

By Lorelei King

All-N-One News Reporter

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