4-H'ers put hearts into project The Country Gals and Guys 4-H Club met Jan. 17 in the 4-H facility.
The roll call topic was "Who's Your Favorite Movie Star." Members present were Stacey Joy, Michelle Rydell, Amber Walker, Sarah Droegemeier, and Elly Melby.
Two new members were welcomed into our 4-H club. They are Krista Kuiper and Chynna Stevens. Michelle Rydell brought Laura Walton as a guest. Amber Walker invited a guest, too. Her dad, Rich Walker, was introduced.
The treasurer's report was read. The current balance in our account is $74.05. Minutes from the previous meeting were approved by Stacey Joy and seconded by Elly Melby.
Our new business is the club is making valentines for the Care Center residents. Michelle Rydell volunteered to contact Kathy Van Clay to get the number of residents and the best time to deliver the valentines.
The club will meet at the Care Center on Sunday, Feb. 13 to deliver the valentines. Each member was asked to bring any supplies they have to make valentines from home.
Amber Walker did a demonstration on how to make a Banana Crunch Pie and Stacey Joy did a demonstration on making an omelet.
The club also mentioned that they would like to serve at the SESDAC Banquet which is held in March at the Buffalo Run Resort/Winery.
Our old business was each girl painted a wooden Christmas tree and decorated it with glitter and rhinestones. The members enjoyed this art project.
It was discussed that hopefully our club will have an opportunity to volunteer at Sharing the Dream store for a community service project. Leader Brenda Walker is working with Pam Walton to achieve this.
The next meeting of the Country Gals and Guys will be Saturday, Feb, 5 at the 4-H facility. At this meeting we will plan what time to meet to deliver the valentine cards to the Care Center. Chynna Stevens volunteered to bring a snack, Krista Kuiper volunteered to bring a drink for the meeting.
The meeting was adjourned at 5 p.m.