Barshoe Wranglers finish project
The Barshoe Wranglers 4-H Club members and Cloverbuds painting garbage receptacles to beautify the new Wall of Honor area at the Amsterdam gazebo park.
Involved in the community project to become an honor club were Samantha Glenn, Gabriel Glenn. Kylee Haynes, Lexi Haynes, Alexis Koust, Aly Glenn and C.J. Glenn.
Frank Mazur is the club adviser.
Lucky Leaf Livestock
On May 6, the Lucky Leaf Livestock 4-H Club held its meeting at the Stratton indoor pool.
There were 26 members and two new members in attendance. Faith and Mehayla Parks demonstrated how to play the violin. Glory Dami demonstrated a Dutch braid and played the trumpet.
The next meeting is June 3 at the fire hall.
The Friends and Neighbors 4-H Club worked on a plants and soil project, decorated the planting pots and planted marigold seeds at the meeting held at the Colonial Baptist Church.
Lane Corder presided, and Andrew Constantine demonstrated how to set up a campfire.
The Cloverbud members discussed the Cloverbud Challenge and chose a team name, the Icy Legos.
They will be working on a design for an ice cream machine. This will be presented at the Cloverbud Challenge in Columbus in June.
The Cross Creek Tomahawk 4-H Club met at the Friendship Park shelter with T.J. Arnett in charge.
Members filled out forms for the Steubenville Area Relay for Life sponsored by the Jefferson County Unit of the American Cancer Society that will be held June 22-23 and discussed the content of the project books.
Ideas for the Fourth of July parade and fair booth were discussed. The next meeting is June 17 at 6 p.m. in the midway shelter.
Hearts 4 Horses
The Hearts 4 Horses 4-H Club watched Hannah Greene give a demonstration on the care of cats and Robby Kane present his demonstration on knot tying.
Alexa Clark, April Knight and Marissa Lucci were in charge of the meeting held at the Harrisville Fire Hall.
Plans included taking part in the Harrisville Memorial Day parade and volunteering at the Lewis farm and equine rescue.
The next meeting will be held at 6:45 p.m. June 11 at the fire hall.
The Barshoe Wranglers met at the Jefferson County Fair grounds with 20 members attending.
Aly Glenn presided and Special Olympics were held.
Activities included completion of animal identification forms. Glenn reviewed the 10 qualities of an effective club member, and Jacinta and Sara Roberts gave a report on dressage.
The club plans to paint the Amsterdam Bridge and community gazebo as a community improvement project.
The next meeting will be June 20 at the fair grounds.
Liberty Gals and Guys
The Liberty Gals and Guys 4-H Club met in the George's Run United Methodist Church with Alicia Libetti presiding.
Cecelia Libetti gave a health report, and Kayleigh Turner gave an energy report. A writing demonstration was given by Alicia Libetti.
Members decided which events to participate in at contest day and will continue with the group project on the grill master.
The next meeting will be at the Roach home at 6:30 p.m. June 8.