Douglas Dreamers Meeting Minutes
The club met at the Wheels of GYC in Gowrie at 2:00 to go skating and have fun!!! The meeting was called to order at 3:30 by Taylor Chansler. 17 members were present, 3 leaders, and 10 visitors. A report was given on the Omaha Zoo trip, an $8 bill for conference, and a treasurers report made by Liam Conrad . New business was discussed about the King and Queen candidates, Id's for fair animals, Stay A-Breast report and bringing baked goods to Friendship Haven for the bake sale, Frontier Days parade, the fair booth, food stand, upcoming meetings, and working exhibits.
The club met at Kennedy Park at 2:00. The meeting was called to order at 2:3 By Sydnee Waggoner. 19 members were present, 2 leaders, and no visitors. There was no treasurers report at this meeting. New business we talked about fair king and queen candidates; Both Taylor Hintch, Taylor Chansler, Maric Salocker, and Danny Mallinger. We also talked about Id's for fair animals. Three presentations were given; Taylor Chansler (Half Marathon), Maric Salocker (Nicaragua), and Christian Lundberg (Tomb of unknown soldier)
The 4-H meeting was called to order at 1:18 by Sydnee Waggoner. Raegan Black and Luke Vaughan led the Pledge of Allegiance, while the 4-H pledge was led by Jamie Vaughan and Maric Salocker. 25 members were present, 3 leaders and 8 visitors. Liam Conrad gave the treasurers report. Linda gave a leaders report. Old business began with Brooklin Border talking about the food project and what they do at meetings. Haley Dow talked about dog, horse, and aerospace projects. Morgan Border gave information about the archery project meetings. In new business, Carrie Anderson talked about what we do at the food stand. Morgan Border gave a talked about her breast stroke for breast cancer swimming fundraiser called Stay A-Breast to be held on April.22 at FDSH. The following April dates were discussed:
April.6 (2-4) Gowrie Skating Rink $3 per person.
April.12 (10:00) Friendship Haven meeting
April.19 Easter Workshop BIVI (please bring a craft)
April.27 (2:00) Kennedy Park/ meeting/fishing
Presentations were given by Kelsey Albrecht (Tennis), Emma Alstott (Plants), Carrie Anderson (Physical Therapy), Reagan Black (Setting A Table), Morgan Border (Peer Pressure), Jaedy Condon (Rubber Band Bracelets), Liam Conrad (Parkinsons Disease), Claire Fleming (Calories and Food), Cooper Fleming (Energy Saving), Keaton Hepperle (Eggs), Victoria Pavik (Violon solo) Sydney Schulte (Loom bracelets), Rylie Steinkamp (Cavachons), Justin Vaughan (The Championships/Wimbelton), Luke Vaughan (Brownies), Sydnee Waggoner (Smiley Snackks), Ellie Wallace (Heart Disease).
Meeting Minutes-February.1, 2014
The Douglas Dreamers 4-H meeting was called to order at 9:16 by Danny Mallinger. Haley Ledford led the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H Pledge was led by Ashton Acree. Liam Conrad gave the treasurers report and Haley Ledford made a motion to pay $24 for the 4-H boxes. A discussion was held about the food project meeting. For new business, there will be meeting at Friendship Haven on March.7. Danny Mallinger, Taylor Hintch, Kelsey Albrecht, and Taylor Chansler did a skit about county interviews. April.1 there will be a meeting and roller skating at Gowrie. Kayden Lundberg gave a presentation. There were field trips to Trinity Regional Hospital, Studio Fusion, and Almost Home animal shelter.
Meeting Minutes- January.11, 2014
The Douglas Dreamers 4-H meeting was called to order at 9:35 by Sydnee Waggoner. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Carrie Anderson and the 4-H pledge was led by Danae Pingel and Keaton Hepperle. There were 27 members present, 2 leaders, and 1 visitor. Liam Conrad gave the treasurers report. Reagan Black made a motion to approve membership fees of $1200.00 A motion was made by Ashton Acree to pay the churches $50 each for us getting to use them. There was a report given @ bell ringing on December.21 and Cooper Fleming talked about his experience. A notice was given about county interviews on January.26 & 27 for 6th graders and up. Fair theme will be Ticket To Success. An educational presentation was given by Brooklin Border on Sign Language. The club learned about the fair events and information at fair planning tables set up by experienced 4-Hers.January.11, 2014
The Douglas Dreamers 4-H meeting was called to order at 9:35 by Sydnee Waggoner. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Carrie Anderson and the 4-H pledge was led by Danae Pingel and Keaton Hepperle. There were 27 members present, 2 leaders, and 1 visitor. Liam Conrad gave the treasurers report. Reagan Black made a motion to approve membership fees of $1200.00 A motion was made by Ashton Acree to pay the churches $50 each for us getting to use them. There was a report given @ bell ringing on December.21 and Cooper Fleming talked about his experience. A notice was given about county interviews on January.26 & 27 for 6th graders and up. Fair theme will be Ticket To Success. An educational presentation was given by Brooklin Border on Sign Language. The club learned about the fair events and information at fair planning tables set up by experienced 4-Hers.
Meeting Minutes - December 7, 2013
The Douglas Dreamers met on Saturday, December 07, 2013 at the Presbyterian Church in Fort Dodge with 29 members answering roll call which was to be answered by saying what our Christmas Wish was. Before the club meeting, the club made different types of quick breads that were donated to local nonprofit agencies such as the Beacon of Hope, Salvation Army, Youth Shelter and another one. Members also brought canned items to be donated to the Lord’s cupboard. While the bread was baking, the club played many games to learn about each other. They were followed by a gift exchange that Carrie Anderson led. During the meeting, there was no old nor new business. Leaders shared the club program and handed out awards from the County Awards banquet. After the meeting, members looked at their bread and discussed about what makes a good quick bread, difference in a quick bread and the rolls we baked for the Salvation Army.
Meeting Minutes-November 3, 2013
The Douglas Dreamers 4-H club held their annual awards event at the Webster County Fairgrounds on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013. Over fifty five were in attendance. Awards presented were – 100% Attendance: Ashton Acree, Caleb Acree, Brooklin Border, Morgan Border, Kaylee DeLaO, Anna Lewandowski, Jacob Lewandowski, Luke Lewandowski, Danae Pingel, Jamie Vaughan and Justin Vaughan. Leaders, Linda Cline, Deb Rockow and Jan Albrecht presented awards. Receiving purple on their record keeping were: Cooper Fleming, Brooklin Border, Morgan Border, Claire Fleming, Anna Lewandowski, Kelsey Albrecht and Rylie Steinkamp. 4-Her’s also received a club award along with their premium check. County Council members, Mallory Hammitt and Madison Anderson installed new officers. They are:
Presidents – Sydnee Waggoner and Danny Mallinger; Vice Presidents – Taylor Hintch and Taylor Chanslor, Secretaries – Brooklin Border and Kelsey Albrecht; Treasurer – Liam Conrad; Historians – Kaylee DeLaO, Morgan Border, Claire Fleming; Reporter – Maric Salocker; Photographers – Cooper Fleming, Justin Vaughan, Danae Pingel; Recreation leaders – Sydney Schulte, Keaton Hepperle and Alex Jordan.
New members were also installed into the club by the county council. They are Luke Vaughan, Emma Alstott, MaKayla Pingel, Victoria Pavik, Sam Guddall, Andrew Creger and MaKayla Peters.
Kelsey Albrecht told about why she has been involved in 4-H for eight years.
Meeting Minutes-October 5, 2013
The Douglas Dreamers met on Saturday, October 5 at the home of Ellie Wallace. The committee of Kaylee DeLaO, Haley Dow, Morgan Border and Brooklin Border planned the meeting with fun activities and games. The meeting was called to order by Kelsey Albrecht and Danny Mallinger. Bills were presented. A costume contest was held for those who wore a costume.
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