The Dayton Tigers 4-H group had their normal monthly meeting at the Dayton Community Center on May 1st. Karrigan Mentzer called the meeting to order at 5 o'clock. 31 members and all 4 leaders attended the meeting. There was no secretary's report given, but the treasurer's report was given by Jayden Muench. New business was given by the leaders and these were the items of discussion: the Dayton Tigers are scheduled to work at the food stand on May 7th from 6:30 - 4:00, purchase a Dayton Tigers T-shirt if you need one, and there is the possibility of a phone collection basket if being on phones continues to be a problem. Once new business was given, Karrigan Mentzer read the important parts of the May Newsletter. This concluded the meeting and then there were some presentations given: "Taking Care of Chickens" by Brylie Butrick, "Making Glittery Silly Puddy", "Showing Rabbits" by Chloe and Alyssa Speck, and "Whether or Not to Give Shots to Your Livestock" by Maggie Anderlik. After presentations there were refreshments and thus completes the May meeting of the Dayton Tigers. Randy Andrews, Reporter
The Dayton Tigers held their meeting this month on April 3rd at the Dayton Community Center. The meeting was called to order by President Karrigan Mentzer. 26 members and all 4 leaders attended the meeting. The secretary's report was given by Clayton Kiefer, and the treasurer's report was given by Brad Long. Old business discussed was that Joel Anderson talked to the fair board and they okay-ed that the club serves ice cream at the sweet corn feed. New business discussed was that the club is scheduled to work at the food stand at the fairgrounds on Saturday May 7th. Karrigan Mentzer then read the April newsletter. After all was discussed Owen Oeltjenbruns moved to adjourn the meeting and Nick Eslick seconded the motion. Once the main part of the meeting was finished, there were many presentations: English and Barrel Saddles - by Grace Williamson; Making a Cloth Pillowcase - by Joel, Avery, and Ally Anderson; How to make fudge - by Jubilee Cunigan; Doodling - by Mackenzie Lambert; and finally an Inertia Demonstration - by Carson and Joel Lambert. After presentations there were drinks and the Fair Booth Committee met to design the fair booth. Randy Andrews, Reporter
The Dayton Tigers held their meeting this month on March 6 at the Dayton Community Center. The meeting was called to order by President Karrigan Mentzer. 31 members and all four leaders were at the meeting. The treasurer's report was given by Brian Long; we currently have around $2,463.43 plus or minus some because this does not take into account the payment for last months meeting at Seven Oaks and the deposit back into the account from the members to pay for the event. There was no old business to discuss. New business: Joel Anderson is to ask the Dariette this week if they will supply us once more with the ice cream to sell at the sweet corn feed this year. Vice President Cassidy Lambert read the newsletter for this month. Owen O. moved to give $150 to 4-Hers for 4-H; Secretary Clayton Kiefer seconded the motion. A few people made comments on State Conference and explained it to possible future attendees. It was made clear that the fair theme this year is "Around the World in 7 Fair Days." Nick Eslick then moved to end the meeting; Gordon Grossnickle seconded the motion. After the meeting there were a few educational presentations. The first was "How to Make a French Silk Pie" by Cassidy Lambert. The second: "Softball" by Kaidence Nowell. Then, "How to Make Ice Cream Punch" by Taegan Long. And lastly: "How to Make a Pinwheel Bracelet" by Carly Davis. After the presentations were through there were refreshments and the fair booth committee met to discuss what would be done to decorate the fair booth this year. Randy Andrews, Reporter
The Dayton Tigers 4H club had their February meeting on the 21st at Seven Oaks Recreation Center. Before everyone went outside to have fun in the snow, the Tigers had a short meeting. Secretary Clayton Kiefer called the meeting to order at 3:30 where 21 memers and all 4 leaders reported. Since there was only a hsort meeting, there was really one thing discussed. Linda Cline contacted the Tigers to see if they could continue selling ice cream as the Sweet Corn Feed and the Webster County Fair. Joel Anderson will contact the Dariette to see if they will supply the ice cream once again. After the short meeting, 4H-ers hurried outside to get a head start on the skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing. Randy Andrews, Reporter.
The local 4-H club, the Dayton Tigers, held their normal December meeting on the 6th. The meeting was called to order by President Karrigan Mentzer. There was no treasurer's report given. We had no old business to discuss. New business: write thank-you's for the awards you may have received at the awards banquet last Sunday and make sure you payed your dues for this year. Vice President Cassidy Lambert read the December newsletter. Presentations Given: Making fruit salad by Chloe Hurtado. After the meeting we had white elephant gift exchanging, judging of the cookie decorating contest, and a few treats. Signed, Randy Andrews, Reporter
The local 4-H group in Dayton, the Dayton Tigers, held their annual potluck at the Dayton Community Center on November 1st, 2015. The meeting was called to order by Karrigan Mentzer at 5:15. The treasurer's report was given, and the balance on hand was $1,580.78. The members who can write checks for our bank account are Brian Long, Bret Mentzer, Angie Kiefer, Mary Eslick, and Jayden Muench. Old business: Re-enroll online if you haven't already. New business: At the December meeting on the 6th, we will have white elephant gift giving and a cookie decorating contest. After the short meeting everyone had a good meal of whatever the families brought. Then County Council officers Leslie Housken and Tommy Lennon inducted officers for the upcoming year. The new officers were: Karrigan Mentzer- President, Cassidy Lambert- Vice President, Secretary- Clayton Kiefer, Reporter- Randy Andrews, Treasurer- Jayden Muench, Historians- Michael Eslick and Noble Nowell, Photographers- Kylie Wieland and Mady Vansickle, and Recreational Leaders- Carson Lambert and Rhett Grandfield. The new members were also welcomed into the club. Signed, Randy Andrews, Reporter