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December 15, 2011

4-H Daggett Brook December Meeting

Subitted by Reilley Hettver, Club Reporter

The Daggett Brook 4-H Club held their monthly meeting on Dec. 12th, 2011 at the Daggett Brook Townhall. The club began with a mentor mixer with the youth leaders and members. There were 32 members present.

Jenna gave a demonstration on making frosting and decorating sugar cookies. Simon Nelson demonstrated how to make an old fashioned button toy.

Haven Bernatsky gave a talk about her pony Butterball. Brooke Schubert gave a talk about games with horses. John Paul Nelson talked about raising market chickens.

The club served refreshments at the Heartland Symphony Concert and a donation was made to the club.

It was voted on to go Christmas caroling on Dec. 16th.

Ron Nelson talked about knowledge bowl and the areas members could participate in.

Heather Becker reported from the Federation meeting that helicopter rides will be available at the County Fair next year.

Club member awards were presented to the members that were not at the county awards program. Andrew Caughey reported on the county awards program.

December 1, 2011

CWC Horse 4-H PDC Meeting November 22

Meeting call to order by Chairperson Alexis Visser
Secretary minutes read and approved
Treasurer Report read and approved
SUB-COMMITTEES
State Stall Curtains: Committee should talk to Maxine Gallett about where to get material for stalls at a discount. Budget $400.00
MILK BOOTH: Bridget Crabtree made some calls and we do not have to use the milk bladders. We can use either gallons or individual cartons. We can also make baked goods if we use something such as a church kitchen and need to disclose that on the packaging.
PREMIUM BOOK: Need to make sure the Zero Tolerance Policy is clear.

OLD BUSINESS
-County Fair Scheduling: Heather Becker reported that the survey that went out has had 16 responses and reported what the response is thus far. She also suggested moving the rabbit show.
-Horse Budget: Tanya Kubista passed out a proposed budget. Max made a motion to approve the budget with adjusted misc. & scholarship changes. Haven Bernatsky seconded the motion.
-SCHOLORSHIPS: Motion to give a $25 scholorship to anyone who attends winter round-up by Lauren Crabtree and seconded by Haven Bernatsky. Proposed to waiting for camp Shaminau until closer to spring.


NEW BUSINESS
-SOCIAL MEETING POLICY: Handout was given. Alexis will clarify with Jeanne on whether or not we need to change our facebook.
-CLINICS: Maxine Gallett suggested having clinics in addition to orientation. Clinics may include: trimming/proper grooming/braiding. This is tabled until January.

Haven Bernatsky moved to adjourn. Korbyn D'Ambrogio seconded.