The Batesville Herald-Tribune
---- — The Super Kids 4-H Club meeting was held Feb. 21, according to reporter Paige Oldham.
Eathan Amberger lead the Pledge of Allegiance and Annie Schoetmer lead the 4-H Pledge. Roll call was acknowledged by a favorite food. There were 32 members and two guests present.
There were no additions or corrections to the minutes. Kenny Glandon made a motion to accept them, and Hunter Kellerman seconded it. There was $571.94 in the treasury. Schoetmer made a motion to pay Lucille Honnert for postage, and Mollet Lecter seconded it. The health and safety report was when riding in a car or school bus, there should be no horseplay. Members also discussed the best ways to keep from getting sick.
For old business, officers were elected. They include Jacob, president; Sam, secretary; Ryan, treasurer; Molly, photographer; Paige, reporter; Kenny, health and safety; Kyle, recreation; and Brady, Hunter, Maggie and Josh, song leaders.
Club dues were set at $5 per family. Enrollment forms for the fair were due by March 1.
For new business, members offered service project suggestions. There were also asked to turn in point and record sheets and enrollment forms and asked to pay their dues/fees.
Demonstration were given by Jacob, Ryan, Paige, Molly, Annie, Brianna and Reid.
The group joined in the “Chicken Dance.” Then Josh made a motion to adjourn the meeting, and Annie seconded it. For recreation, Heads Up 7-Up was played.