Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Recap of September 2016 Meeting

by Shelly Mathis


NOTE: Important events are in red.  The names of individuals who volunteered to do something are in blue.


Meeting Date: September 16, 2016

Old Business

  • CONGRATULATIONS to each of you for a job well done on your 4-H projects!  You successfully completed another year.  :)

  • Fruit Fundraiser Update
    • THANK YOU all for your hard work for delivering and selling peaches!  
    • 1st order of peaches and pears are paid for.  Payments for late fruit sales still have to be organized and deposited.  Earnings will not go into funds until the orchard is fully paid.
      • Please turn in any late fruit payments to Shelly ASAP.  Final apple orders and payments need to be wrapped up shortly.  
    • Audrey will write a thank-you letter to our fruit buyers and have it published in the 4-H newsletter, Sky Hi News, and Grand Gazette.

New Business



  • Tray Favor Schedule - The club decided to do tray favors more often.  Tish is going to get a number of the Granby seniors, so we can make crafts for them, as well.
  • Financial Business
    • The club voted to reimburse Brady Mathis for his fuel costs for going to Palisade to pick up the pear order.  
    • The club voted to give Sew It Seamz another $400 scholarship to be given to students needing financial assistance for tuition and sewing supplies.  We will let them know that they can contact us, if they need more money later in the year.  Shelly and Ben will mail the Bohalls a check.
  • National 4-H Week, October 2nd-8th
    • Each family in the club will bake cookies to give to local businesses and organizations who support 4-H.
      • Krempin, Wheatley, and Crandall families:
        • Please deliver your cookies to Tish @ MVCA’s play practice on September 29th.
        • 3 dozen to Courthouse
        • 3 dozen to Granby Town Hall
      • Wall
        • 1 dozen to Cliffview
        • 1 dozen to Northwest
      • Mathis
        • 1 dozen to Grand Gazette
        • 1 dozen to Extension Office
      • French
        • 1 dozen to Grand Mountain Bank
        • 1 dozen to Bank of the West
    • Cookies are to be delivered near or during National 4-H Week (Oct. 2nd-8th).
    • Kids, you can include a thank-you card from our club with the cookies, if you like.
  • Community Service
    • Many ideas were thrown out for consideration for future community service activities.
      • The club agreed to provide refreshments at the Granby, HSS, and Kremmling tree lighting ceremonies.  Tish will communicate our intentions.
      • Tish will ask Granby Rec if they also need a sewing scholarship for their sewing class attendees.
      • The club is considering adopting residents at Cliffview or KMH who need items and/or Christmas gifts.  Marcy will inquire at KMH, and Susan Wall will inquire at Cliffview.  Another idea was to purchase gifts for all Cliffview/KMH residents, i.e. a fleece blanket or something like that.
      • Shelly will talk to Brady to see if Kremmling Fire would like to have food or treats delivered on a training night.
    • Fall tray favors were made for the Kremmling seniors following the meeting.
  • New 4-H Year Begins in October!
    • Thank you to this year’s club officers and junior leaders for your GREAT work!
    • Shelly will email county homeschoolers and MVCA announcing the new 4-H year.
    • Club Members: Please submit self-nomination requests for the open offices to Shelly before the October meeting.
      • President - Liberty
      • VP - ?
      • Treasurer - Ben (final year in this position)
      • Secretary - Audrey (if she still wants the position)
      • Pledge Leader
      • Substitute Pledge Leader
      • Club Reporter
      • Photographer
      • 4-H Council Reps
        • Ben
        • ? (This could be a single person, or members could take turns.)
    • Liberty shared her idea to help the younger members learn about the different officer positions during club meetings throughout the year.  She will share how this training will be done at the October meeting.
  • October Meeting Volunteers
    • Prayer - Evan
    • Devotion - Liberty
    • Refreshments - Shiloh (Evan is back-up, if Shiloh cannot attend.)


Homesteaders Club Announcements

  • Peachfork Orchard Invitation
    • The club is invited to attend Phil’s shindig BBQ on Saturday, October 1st around 6 or 6:30 p.m.(?)  The Krempins are going to try to attend.  French family, this is your chance to see the orchard, if it works out for you.  Tish will ask Phil if our club’s order of apples will be ready for pick-up on the 2nd.
  • NEXT Club Meeting - Friday, October 14th, 1-3 p.m. at KCC




Middle Park 4-H Council Announcements

  • Project & Fair Photos - Please email your favorite 4-H photos to Lacy for the Achievement Night’s slideshow @ lstovener@co.grand.co.us.
  • 4-H Council Meeting - Monday, October 3rd  @ 7 p.m. in Hot Sulphur Springs
    • 4-H Council Office Applications - DUE at the office on Sept. 30th
    • Prepare your speech to run for office at the Oct. 3rd council meeting
    • Adults: a 4-H Council advisor position is open and needing to be filled
  • 4-H Achievement Night - Saturday, October 22nd in the evening.  More details to follow.
    • Homesteaders Food Assignment: Side dishes and salads
  • Read the Newsletter - to find out about county activities, 4-H trips and projects, deadlines, and more!

www.ColoradoHomesteaders.org


Monday, September 19, 2016

Minutes for September 2016 Meeting

By Audrey Wheatley, Secretary

The monthly meeting for the Homesteaders 4-H club was held Friday September 16, 2016.

President Liberty Mathis called the meeting to order at 3:42 p.m. Audrey Wheatley said the prayer. Ben Mathis read Joshua 1:8 for the devotion. Foster Krempin led the pledges. Audrey did the roll call. Members were respond with their favorite subject in school. There were 7 members and 5 parents/leaders present. Audrey read the minutes. Foster moved to accept the minutes. Kenna Wall seconded it; the motion passed. Ben read the treasurer’s report. We have $9,486.21 in our adjusted balance. Evan Crandall moved to accept the treasurer’s report. Sego Krempin seconded it; the motion passed.

Old Business:
Congratulations to all of you for a job well done on your 4-H projects!
Thank you all for your hard work on selling and delivering the extra peaches!

New Business:
Ben moved to give Sew it Seamz $400 for scholarships again. Evan seconded it; the motion passed.

Foster moved that we reimburse Brady Mathis for gas. Ben seconded it; the motion passed.

National 4-H week is October 2nd-8th.

The new 4-H year begins in October! Thank you to all this year's club officers and junior leaders for your great work! Please submit self nominations to Shelly before the October meeting.

For next month:
  • Evan- Prayer
  • Liberty- Devotion
  • Shiloh French- Refreshments (if Shiloh isn’t present Evan will make the refreshments)

Ben moved to adjourn the meeting at 4:45 p.m. Foster seconded it; the motion passed.

Monday, September 12, 2016

Club News - September 2016

Club News
September 2016

Club Meeting

  • Friday, September 16th, at the Kremmling Community Church, from 3 - 5 p.m.
    • Business Meeting Topics
      • Thank-you letter to fruit buyers
      • Financial update
      • National 4-H Week
      • New club officers needed
      • Senior tray favor schedule
    • Meeting Volunteers
      • Prayer - Audrey
      • Devotion - Ben
      • Refreshments - Shiloh
    • Tray Favors
      • We’ll be making fall tray favors for the seniors following our meeting.


www.ColoradoHomesteaders.org

Monday, July 11, 2016

Minutes for July 2016 Meeting

By Audrey Wheatley, Secretary

The monthly meeting for the Homesteaders 4-H club was held Friday, July 8, 2016

President Liberty Mathis called the meeting to order at 1:16 p.m. Foster Krempin led the prayer. Liberty read Psalm 86:11-12 for the devotion. Foster led the pledges. Shiloh French said the roll call in Audrey Wheatley’s absence. Members were to respond with their favorite ice cream. There were 5 members and 3 parent/leaders present. Shiloh read the minutes in Audrey’s absence. Foster moved to accept the minutes. Taylah French seconded it; the motion passed. Ben Mathis read the treasurer’s report. $6,100 in fruit sales was deposited this week. The standard report will be tabled till September because the bank statement has yet to arrive and also Ben is absent.

Old Business:
Tish will ask Phil at the Peachfork Orchards when our final peach count is due and when peaches maybe delivered to us. Shiloh made a motion that we purchase 15 additional boxes of peaches. Taylah seconded it; the motion passed.

New Business:
The 4-H adult and Member award nominations are due September 2nd. We will make them during our peach deliveries August 19th.

For next month
  • Audrey - Prayer
  • Ben - Devotion
  • Shiloh - Refreshments

Shiloh adjourned the meeting at 1:36 p.m. Taylah seconded it; the motion passed.

Saturday, July 9, 2016

Recap of July 2016 Meeting

by Shelly Mathis


Meeting Date: July 8, 2016

Old Business

  • Fruit Fundraiser
    • $6100 in fruit sales was deposited this week.  There’s still more to do.
    • The peach delivery date is tentatively set for Friday, August 19th. Mark your calendars to be available!
    • Tish will ask Phil about when the final count of peach boxes is due; this date will determine when the final sales are due to Shelly.  Thus far, it seems that Krempins and Mathis’ are the only ones who yet have payments to collect.  
      • Tish will also ask Phil if any boxes of “seconds” are available for purchase.
    • The club voted to order an extra 15 boxes of peaches to sell at time of delivery.

New Business

  • 4-H Adult and Member Award Nominations - Due Sept. 2nd
    • Shelly will bring the adult award forms on the peach delivery.
    • Club members will meet and discuss, while adults are sorting peach boxes.
    • Marcy and Shelly will meet later in August to complete the member nominations.


  • September’s Meeting Volunteers:
    • Prayer - Audrey
    • Devotion - Ben
    • Refreshments - Shiloh


  • Demonstrations were given by Shiloh and Taylah.


  • Community Service - Summer turtle tray favors were made by the club for the Kremmling seniors.


Homesteaders Club Announcements

  • Fair Registration is DUE by July 14th!


  • Exhibit Day Display Boards and Record Book Covers - available for purchase at the Extension Office as a fundraiser for the 4-H Council
    • Display boards =$5
    • Record book covers = $4


  • Cloverbuds - Contact the office to sign up for the Cloverbud Show and Tell time during Exhibit Day.  Poster boards are available at the office!


  • Outdoor Adventure Day - Sunday, July 24th - Watch your email for details and for the campfire meal plan!


  • NEXT Club Meeting - Friday, September 9th @ KCC from 1-3 p.m. (unless we’re on our way to the PeachFork Orchards to get our pears!)




Middle Park 4-H Council Announcements

  • 4-H Council Community Service & Meeting - Wednesday, July 27th @ 1 p.m. following the Fairgrounds Clean-up @ 9 a.m. at the fairgrounds.  Please RSVP with the office.


  • 4-H Council Fundraising Opportunities for Earning Trip Assistance:
    • Truck Raffle Tickets
    • Council Concessions - Sign up sheets are available now!
      • July 23rd - gymkhana and farrier contest concessions
      • August 8-14th - fair week
      • August 20th - demolition derby


  • Read the Newsletter - to find out about county activities, 4-H trips and projects, deadlines, and more!


www.ColoradoHomesteaders.org