Charm-N-Farm 4-H club holds seventh meeting

By Trevor Minyo - Charm-N-Farm News Reporter

The seventh meeting of the Charm-N-Farm 4-H Club was held on April 23 at St. Colman Parish Center.

Vice president Anna Robinson called the meeting to order at 12 p.m. Pledges were led by Courtney and Kaitlyn Arnold. Secretary Laura Robinson conducted roll call and read the minutes of the previous meeting. Treasurer Spencer Minyo provided the club with his report. Safety officer Mcale Callahan gave the club safety tips for going on vacation. Community service officer Therese Robinson reported to the club on the club’s donation to Life Pregnancy Center’s Easter Celebration.

Under old business, treasurer Spencer Minyo reported that all club dues had been paid. Under new business, member Lily Hamilton talked to the club about the Fayette County Food Pantry and asked that all members bring a non-perishable food item to the next meeting. The club was reminded of several upcoming deadlines by vice president Anna Robinson.

In the advisor’s corner, advisor Mary Kay Sollars talked to the club about their display for the county fair booth building and advisor Bridget Sollars encouraged members to participate in the Health and Safety Public Speaking Contest. Local business owner, Mike Hall, of Spectrum Analytic, discussed the importance of public speaking and how the opportunities 4-H provides are valuable later in life.

Spencer Minyo moved to adjourn the meeting and Trevor Minyo seconded. The club’s next meeting will be May 21.

By Trevor Minyo

Charm-N-Farm News Reporter