Monday, February 15, 2016

Minutes for February 2016 Meeting

By Audrey Wheatley, Secretary
The monthly meeting for the Homesteaders 4-H club was held Friday, February 12, 2016.

President Liberty Mathis called the meeting to order at 1:09 p.m. Ben Mathis led the prayer. Foster Krempin read a devotion from Ezekiel 30:3. Foster led the pledges. Audrey Wheatley did the roll call. Members were to respond with what movie character they would be and what movie. There were 11 members and 6 parents/leaders present. Audrey read the minutes for January. Jill Wilkinson moved to accept the minutes. Foster seconded it; the motion passed. Ben Mathis read the treasurer’s report. We have $5,752.23. Shiloh French moved to accept the treasurer’s report. Kenna Wall seconded it; the motion passed.

Old Business:
Audrey read a thank you card from Caitlyn.

Ben, Liberty, and Flint Krempin gave the club a report on Stock Show.

There are three kids who could use the Sew it Seamz Scholarship money. Two who need it for tuition and fabric and the other needs it for fabric.

The club will be selling fruit at the courthouse March 29th or  the 30th.
New Business:
The new club members are David Worden and Evan Crandall!

Much of the website is updated. Let Shelly know if there are any errors.

Registration forms were emailed out for District retreat on January 21st. They are due February 29th.   

Shiloh moved we increase the club trip assistance for any 4-H camps from $25 to $50. Kenna seconded; the motion passed.

Tish said that a 2 ft. by 5 ft. weather-proof banner printed in two colors from Lunsford Signs would cost about $95. The club would display it at public activities. Foster moved to buy the weather-proof banner with our club name for about $95. Ben seconded it; the motion passed.

Ben moved that we buy 150 cookies from Starla for the Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg Hunt. Evan seconded it; the motion passed.

For the next meeting
  • Evan - Prayer
  • Jill - Devotion
  • Shiloh - Refreshments

Foster moved to adjourn the meeting at 1:48 p.m. Flint seconded it; the motion passed.