The Country Classic 4-H Club met at the Salem Township Center with Emily Lamantia conducting the meeting attended by 25 members.
Five new members were introduced. Lily Larkins gave a tiller report, noting the club made $8.50 for pop tabs. She suggested that all members collect pop cans.
The club collected two garbage bags of stuffed animals for the sheriff's department.
Nathan Lucas gave his health and safety report on wearing sunscreen.
Lamantia gave the small animal subcommittee report and suggested that the club donate money to help finish the small animal barn. Debbie Grimes gave the horse subcommittee report. Members attending the Jefferson County horse camp need to turn in their paperwork.
The club has done various community service projects, including the Mount Calvary Cemetery cleanup, helping redo the small animal barn and Richmond cemetery cleanup.
Members conducted a variety of demonstrations, including instruments, turkey hunting and panning for gold.
The Country Rangers 4-H Club met at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds in May with 11 members present. Marissa Lucci presided.
August Glenn made a presentation as the health officer, and a review of important dates was made from the 4-H newsletter.
C.J. Glenn gave a Special Olympics report, and a review of contest day and skillathon was completed.
A discussion was held on Kingdom Camp.
The meeting schedule was reviewed and changed to weekly work meetings after horse cam and will be at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds each Thursday. All members are encouraged to attend.
The community service project at the fairgrounds is scheduled for June 21, and the next regular club meeting will be held at 6 p.m. June 19 at the fairgrounds.
Kilee Jackfert is the club reporter.
Cross Creek Tomahawks
The Cross Creek Tomahawks 4-H Club met at Bell Chapel United Methodist Church's fellowship hall with 16 members attending.
Dustan McAfee presided and Malania Birney read a thank-you letter from the church for a food donation to feed 75 people.
Aggi Wiltrout of Bell Chapel UMC taught the club how to make mats out of plastic bags for the homeless. Members are making them on their own at home to bring to the next meeting.
Club members attended the Special Olympics and the Jefferson County Extension 100-year celebration.
Discussions will be held on the Jefferson County Fair booth and the parade ideas.
The next meeting will be at 5:30 p.m. on June 18 at the Bell Chapel UMC.
The Golden Horseshoe 4-H Club met at the home of adviser Carolyn Piergallini with 19 members present. Chelsea Jenkins presided, and books were handed out.
Future plans included cleaning of flower beds for the 100th anniversary of Extension. The club plans to stay together at horse camp.
The next meeting is at 6 p.m. June 25 at the Piergallini residence.