4-H club news
Cross Creek Tomahawks
Eleven members were in attendance when the Cross Creek Tomahawks met Feb. 11 at the School of Bright Promise in Steubenville.
Carter Graziano was in charge of the meeting where members were reminded about dates for the winter carnival and a work meeting for window decorations.
Luke DiNovo, health and safety officer, provided information on sled riding safety. Members designed window display ideas for 4-H Week.
Karen Hill is the adviser of the group that will hold its next meeting at 4:30 p.m. March 25 at the School of Bright Promise.
The Country Roadrunners met Feb. 4 at the Glenn Mills Senior Community Center in Richmond where old business included discussion about a sub sandwich sale.
Under new business, speaker Gloria Pavlik spokes to members about bullying. Field trips were discussed, project books were chosen, and a pizza party was held in celebration of a successful fundraiser.
The next meeting will be held March 4 at the Glenn Mills Senior Community Center, beginning at 6 p.m.
Anna Cermak led a recent meeting of the Golden Horseshoes, which was attended by 10 members. Project work accomplished included turning in pediatric bags and enrollment sheets with new projects.
Activities conducted included discussion of the 4-H window theme and the quality assurance test for youth 15 and older. Members discussed the idea of doing the skillathon online. Honor club enrollment is due March 15.
The club’s next meeting will be held at 3 p.m. on March 4.