The Originals 4-H Club host monthly meeting

The Originals 4-H club met on Saturday, Feb. 8 at the Turner County Courthouse. There were eight of 14 members present. The meeting was called to order by president Kahli Gall. Roll call topic was “Where would you like to travel someday?” 

The secretary and treasurer’s reports were given. For old business, we discussed getting our supplies and setting a date to make tie blankets for community service.

New business – dates have been set for horse shows – County will be Saturday, June 27 and State will be Monday, July 20-Wednesday, July 22. 

YQCA training has been scheduled for those that need to attend. 

Consumer decision-making contest changes were discussed. There will be two skill-a-thon/judging contests; Thursday, June 25 at Freeman and Thursday, July 9 at Marion.

Artists and designers can submit logos for the Turner County Fair logo contest. 

More fundraisers were discussed.

The next meeting was set for 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 8 at the Turner County Court House. The meeting was adjourned. 

Kylie Harriman had a demonstration on painting with watercolors. Finley Jones provided snacks and Benson Jones provided games. We played Valentine’s mummy and the cookie unicorn stack minute to win it games.

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