Monday, June 11, 2012

Minutes for June's Meeting

by Secretary Bailey Monnahan

The regular monthly meeting of the Homesteaders 4-H Club was held on June 4, 2012, at the Kremmling Community Church. 

President Shyla Bohall called the meeting to order at 4:10 p.m. The pledges were led by Audrey Wheatley. Roll call was answered by a U.S. state capital. There were 8 members, 2 parents, and 2 guests in attendance. The minutes were read by Bailey Monnahan. Molly Scruggs moved to accept the minutes, and Ben Mathis seconded the motion. The motion passed. The treasurer's report was read by Liberty Mathis. Julie Aprill moved to accept the treasurer's report. Anna Soltis seconded the motion, and the motion passed.  

Old Business: 
Gymkhana Concessions-do we need anything? Mrs. Monnahan and Mrs. Mathis gave us an update of what we have and what we need.

New Business:
Trip assistance for Bailey and Shyla-Bailey Monnahan and Shyla Bohall will receive $25 for the trip to Colorado State Conference. Shyla will also receive $50 for her CWF trip. 

Shyla Bohall-Advertising Techniques
Anna Soltis-Scrapbooking Basics
Bailey Monnahan-How to Make a Simple Rope Halter
Liberty Mathis-Clean, Pretty Cross-stitching
Julie Aprill-Cake Decorating Borders
Audrey Wheatley-Breeds of Horses

Next month is our last meeting before fair! Don't forget to do your demonstration if you need to. 

Council Fundraisers: 
K-Days and Fair Concessions. There will be more, but we are having a hard time thinking of good ones.

Bailey Monnahan moved to adjourn the meeting, and Julie Aprill seconded the motion. The motion passed, and the meeting was adjourned at 5:13 p.m.

Friday, June 1, 2012

June's Schedule

Club Business Meeting ~ June 4, 2012 ~ 4 p.m.
We will have our monthly business meeting on Monday, June 4th, at 4 p.m. in the Kremmling Community Church.  The time of the meeting will be announced via email before the meeting.  Members will give their demonstrations on their projects and make tray favors.

The club decided that there will be no field trips scheduled for the summer months since we are all so busy with our personal schedules and finishing up our projects.