Dayton Tigers Meeting Minutes

Dayton Tigers

The Dayton Tigers 4-H Club had their April meeting on Sunday the 12, 2015. The meeting was held at the Dayton Community Center. The meeting was called to order at 6:00 P.M. by Karrigan Mentzer. The Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H Pledge were led by Karrigan Mentzer. There was 21 members present, three leaders, and four visitors. The club has a total of $521.07. The members of the fair booth board discussed ways of decorating the booth for fair. Old business the club discussed included ordering a T-shirt, paying club dues if you haven’t yet. And members who attended the Omaha Zoo Trip explained to the club what they had to do to be eligable for the trip and what went on during the trip.  New business the club discussed included discussing when the club wanted to have its pizza party and that reminder cards will only continue in the mail until fair. Also the club is signed up to help in the foodstand May 9th. And anyone who wanted to help with the Lehigh Women’s Club with having a city cleanup.  Presentations included Gabe Campell: The Proper Way to Tan a Hide; Sophie Campell: Blob Fish; Cassidy Lambert: Gear You Need for Softball. A nice day for Joel Anderson to lead the club in a recreational game of “Red Rover.”  Cassidy Lambert, Reporter

The Dayton Tigers 4-H Club had their February meeting on Sunday the 8th, 2015. The meeting was held at the Dayton Community Center in Dayton. The meeting was called to order at 6:00 P.M. by president Abby Anderlik. The Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H Pledge were both led by Abby Anderlik. There were thirty-three members, three leaders, and eight visitors present. Treasurer’s report was given by Daniel Eslick and the club has a total of $2,001.23. Old business included reminding kids to check the county website for the interview results. The club has also decided to go to Seven Oaks for a Winter Fun Activity.  New Business included discussing the 2015 fair theme “Dare to Succeed.” The club discussed paying the bills. Other information the club discussed was how much money the club would want to donate to 4-Hers for 4-H program. The club decided to donate $100. The New Business was concluded with Karrigan Mentzer reading the Webster County 4-H Newsletter. Presentations included Kylie Weiland: Sewing Machine Instructions; Chloe Hurtado: Strawberry Surprise; Jillian Mentzer: Making Scarves From T-Shirts; Carley Davis: Orange dessert Salad; Jenny Pigman: DIY Lava Lamp; Clayton Kiefer: Grooming a Dog; Joel and Carson Lambert: Raising a Good 4-H Hog; Karrigan Mentzer: How to Knit a Hat. Karrigan Mentzer also showed the club members the club’s new website. The club members had some fun with the recreation game led by Joel Anderson. It was called the “Name Game.”  Cassidy Lambert, Reporter

The Dayton Tigers met for its monthly meeting on December 6, 2014, at the Dayton Community Center. The meeting was called to order at 5:00 P.M. by president Abby Anderlick. The Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H Pledge were also led by Abby Anderlick. There were34 members present, along with three leaders and 14 visitors. The treasurer reported have $2300.62. The club had old business to discuss, which was reminder to pay the membership fee. New business to discuss was to make Christmas cards thanking people who donate money to the 4-H Program. The Winter Fun Committee met to discuss what to do for a winter activity. There was also reminder to send "Thank Yous" to people who helped pay for the Awards Banquet.  Presentations were given by Madi VanSickle: DIY Lipgloss; Teighan Osborne: Oreo Fluff; Owen Oeltjenbruns: Four Major Sheep Breeds; and Taegan Long: DIY Christmas Ornaments. The club had a White Elephant Gift Exchange, and also a Cookie Decorating Contest. Placing first was Jordan Johnson, second was Maddi Vansickle, and third was Cassidy Lambert.  Any other information was read by Karrigan Mentzer from the monthly newsletter. Cassidy Lambert, Reporter

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