The Golden Clovers 4-H Club had its first meeting of the year Sept. 6 in the Palmyra Church of Christ’s basement at 6:30 p.m. The meeting was called to order by Katie Wise, acting club president.
Sadi Weilbaker led the pledge of allegiance, and Mareva Spencer led the 4-H pledge. Roll call was a personal introduction by all members. Peyton Funk, club treasurer, reported a balance of $206.51.
Levi Weilbaker gave a demonstration about the Norwegian language.
New officers for the year are Katie Wise, president; Levi Weilbaker, vice president; Gregory Circle, secretary and reporter; Peyton Funk, treasurer; Coen Weilbaker, recreation officer and health and safety officer; and Mareva Spencer, health and safety officer.
There was agreement to bring cleaning supplies to the October meeting for the 4-H annual awards banquet and silent auction.
Members also discussed community service projects for the 2021-22 year such as clean-up of Buffalo Trace Park; donation of toys for Toys for Tots program; senior citizen crafts; donation of medicine bottles to veterinarians; donation of clothing to Harrison County Community Services; send cards to military personnel in foreign service; and send cards of appreciation to ambassadors or diplomats in foreign countries.
The next meeting is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 4, at 6:30 p.m. in the church basement. New members are welcome.