Busy April for Blue Ribbon Kids 4-H


By Kami Kile - 4-H news reporter



Club officers are, from left: back, Carlie Ellis, Henry Hildebrant, Kori Kile, Marci Ellis, Sarah Ross and Mason Snyder; and, front, Devon Snyder, Jaden Snyder and Kami Kile.

Club officers are, from left: back, Carlie Ellis, Henry Hildebrant, Kori Kile, Marci Ellis, Sarah Ross and Mason Snyder; and, front, Devon Snyder, Jaden Snyder and Kami Kile.


Courtesy photo

The Blue Ribbon Kids 4-H Club met April 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the Sabina Church of Christ Cove.

Kori Kile called the meeting to order. The Pledge of Allegiance and 4-H Pledge were recited. Twenty-five members were in attendance.

Officer elections were held; they are: President Kori Kile, Vice President Carlie Ellis, Secretary Marci Ellis, Reporter Kami Kile, Treasurer Henry Hildebrant, Recreation Mason Snyder and Jaden Snyder, and Health and Safety Devon Snyder and Sarah Ross.

Important dates and fair information was discussed. The club voted to donate awards for the fair hog show.

Our club was nominated to participate in the Ten Gallon Milk Challenge.

Demonstrations were given by Carlie Ellis and Jacob Scott. Kami Kile and Beverly Bentley presented a bus safety demonstration, and members and parents were able to board a real school bus. Questions were answered by advisor and East Clinton bus driver Beverly Bentley.

Katie Schiff of PBS Animal Health provided refreshments and door prizes to club members for winning the PBS sales contest for 2018.

April 16 meeting

The Blue Ribbon Kids 4-H Club met April 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the Sabina Church of Christ Cove. President Kori Kile called the meeting to order. The Pledge of Allegiance and 4-H Pledge were recited with 24 members in attendance.

Important dates were discussed including livestock tag-in and camp registration.

Demonstrations were given by Samantha Woodruff on her gymnastics team and trip to Las Vegas, and by Mitchell Ellis on parts of the cell.

The club participated in the Ten Gallon Milk Challenge and donated 30 gallons of milk to the Sabina Church of Christ Outreach program.

The club would like to nominate the Blanchester FFA, Clinton County Senior Fair Board, and the Miami Trace FFA to participate in the Ten Gallon Milk Challenge.

The next meeting will be April 30 at the Cove.

Club officers are, from left: back, Carlie Ellis, Henry Hildebrant, Kori Kile, Marci Ellis, Sarah Ross and Mason Snyder; and, front, Devon Snyder, Jaden Snyder and Kami Kile.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_officers.jpgClub officers are, from left: back, Carlie Ellis, Henry Hildebrant, Kori Kile, Marci Ellis, Sarah Ross and Mason Snyder; and, front, Devon Snyder, Jaden Snyder and Kami Kile. Courtesy photo

By Kami Kile

4-H news reporter