The Dixie Kids 4-H Club met Oct. 5 at 6:30 p.m. in the basement of the Palmyra Church of Christ. The meeting was called to order by acting president Isabelle Nordhoff.
Levi Weilbaker led the pledge to the American flag followed by Gregory Circle leading the 4-H pledge.
Roll call was a self-introduction of each member.
Weilbaker, acting treasurer, reported a bank balance of $215.51 for the club.
A health-and-safety report was given by Peyton Funk about first aid for bites, and a demonstration was given by Weilbaker for making orange junk dessert.
Members were reminded to enroll online for the new 4-H year.
Officers installed for the 2020-21 4-H year were Nordhoff, president; Olivia Wise, vice president; Katie Wise, secretary; Weilbaker, treasurer; Funk, health and safety officer; and Circle, recreation officer.
After discussion, members agreed to change the club’s name to Golden Clovers 4-H Club.
Len Funk will coordinate with the county Extension office the procedure for changing the name of the club.
The club’s next meeting is scheduled for Monday, Nov. 2, at 6:30 p.m. in the church basement.