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February 16, 2011

Daggett Brook February 2011

Reported by Grace Studniski.
The Daggett Brook 4-H club held its monthly meeting February 14th 2011.
John paul Nelson made a mostion to do the project day March 13th 2011 at the St mathias pavillion At 12:00 til 4:00 pm it is open Anthony .H. seconded the vote.
Veronica .N, Chelsey .H, J.s,and Anthony .H. made the date for share the fun witch will be on April 10 th 2011.
Kersten schoer made a mostion to donate $100 to the trinity church for the winter party and a thank you card.Grace .s. did a demonstration on how to make a valentine heart.
Elizabeth.S. and Angela.S. did a demo on how to do purler beads.The clover buds made a valentine rat out of paper markers and a sucker. Eric .S. adjurned the meeting and was seconded by Chelsey Hettver.

February 9, 2011

Great Green Gardeners February 2011

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We had a wonderful meeting with 15 new members! We decided to rotate our officers each month. Seasoned gardener Ellie Thompson volunteered to be treasurer for the year and to mentor younger member volunteers on our newly formed finance committee. Ideas were shared about fundraising - including creating our own garden vegetable cookbook! For our activity we made glycerin soap with our guest demonstrator Christine Kennedy. Next month we will be planning our garden boxes, learn about essentials of growing plants from seeds and we will make some newspaper seed pots and seed tape.

Our guest demonstrator, Christine Kennedy of All Things Herbal, shows the gardeners how to make glycerin soap with dried herbs from our gardens.

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Pouring glycerin into molds - we added essential oils, herbs and food coloring.


Master Gardener Debbie showed members how to crush the herbs for their soap.

Ellie and David reviewed the club goals with everyone.


Our club members!

February 7, 2011

2011 BLU Conference

Over 200 youth from northern MN met in Bemidji Feb 5 & 6 for BLU to make new friends, have fun times at the Hampton Inn learning leadership and 'dancing with the ambies.'