The All-N-One 4-H club held its first meeting for 2019 on Jan. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Kroger’s conference room.
Madison Johnson called the meeting to order. Abby Arledge led the Pledge of Allegiance and Peyton Johnson led the 4-H pledge. Molly Mickle welcomed all new and old members to the meeting. There were no minutes from the last meeting.
We elected new officers: president-Madison Johnson, vice president-Hidy Kirkpatrick, secretary-Abby Arledge, treasurer-Peyton Johnson, news reporter-Mary Gerber, health-Karlee Johnson, safety- Alora Self, community service- Logan Payton, environmental-Leah Marine, and historian-Katy Kotlinski.
We passed out project books and enrollment forms that are due back ASAP and a tentative schedule of events for the club. Proposed two items to the club, they were voted on and passed: providing horses and food for the FFA judging (fundraiser) and 4-H constitution and All-N-One by-laws.
Molly Mickle thanked everyone for their hard work last year in making the club a Gold Club, thanked Kroger for the use of their conference room, and reminded everyone they need to do a demonstration. The Fayette County Fair will take place July 15-20.
Present were 16 4-H members, six cloverbuds, two advisors and 15 parents, totaling 39. All-N-One will hold its next meeting on Jan. 22 at 7 p.m. at the Kroger conference room.