The Batesville Herald-Tribune
---- — The Super Kids 4-H Club met Friday, April 25, at Klee Hall in St. Mary’s, according to reporter Paige Oldham.
The meeting was called to order by President Jacob Schwab at 7:07 p.m. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Rachel Goldsmith, and the 4-H pledge was led by Brady Lecher. Roll call was to state a favorite color, and 25 members responded.
Minutes were read by Secretary Sam Doll, and no corrections were made. Kenny Glardon made the motion that the minutes stand as read, and Hope Flaspohler seconded the motion. Treasurer Ryan Schwab reported that the group has $381.18 after paying several bills. Tanner Kellerman made the motion to pay the bills, and Nadine Davies seconded the motion.
Health and safety leader Kenny Glardon reported about Earth Day and keeping the Earth clean. Hope Flaspohler also reminded members not to play with explosives.
In old business, members discussed adding/dropping projects, fair dates, swine RFID tags, 4-H camp, 30-year awards for Kathy and Lucille and projects. In new business, they discussed the Color Me Green 2 Mile Run and goat, sheep and starter calf ID at the fairgrounds. Rule books were also passed out.
Demonstrations were given by Kinze Bingham and Isabelle Hornberger, who showed how to mix supplement to bottle feed a calf. Molly Lecher and Annie Schoetmer showed how to make a bouncy ball. Jacob Schwab and his guest, Megan, showed off their dancing moves. For song and recreation, the group did the “Chicken Dance.”