4-H Club reports

WWH 4-H Club

The WHH 4-H Club met on Oct. 22. Members and guests met at the home of Stacey and Glenda Meyer for a hayride, a light supper, and roasting s’mores over the bonfire. A short meeting was held to elect officers. New officers are as follows: Kaylee Oskvig, president; Adalie Schwandt, vice president; Aspen Wibholm, secretary; Beau Klaver, treasurer; Dylan Oskvig, reporter; and Stacey Meyer, historian. The club also welcomed three new members: Jay Weise, Aiden Feltz, and Kaylee Kohl. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Beau Klaver, and the 4-H pledge was led by Kaylee Oskvig. Host was Beau Klaver.

The regular meeting of the WHH 4-H Club was held on Nov.11 at Chamness Technology. The meeting was called to order by Treasurer, Beau Klaver. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Brock Zorn. Roll call was, “What is your favorite fall activity?” This was answered by 11 members and nine guests. The secretary’s report was given by Aspen Wibholm, and the treasurer’s report was read by Beau Klaver.

In old business, thank you’s were received from the Blairsburg coffee group, Leah Feltz and Stacey Meyer, and the Hamilton County Fair Foundation. Members were reminded of the upcoming 4-Herama on Nov.13, at the Webster City movie theater. The club planned to sit together and all wear green.

In new business, Alivia Wahlert and McKenna Kohl will be in charge of decorating the Christmas tree at the Williams Library. Santa will be making his visit to the Williams Fire Station on Saturday, Dec. 9. Aiden Feltz will be in charge of getting the sacks ready. Members also discussed our upcoming Christmas party. We will have a $10 gift exchange and possibly go to the movie together as a club.

Presentations were given by Alivia Wahlert and McKenna Kohl on Metallic Slime, and by Beau Klaver on Bicycle Types.

McKenna Kohl and Alivia Wahlert were the hosts.

Next meeting will be on Dec. 9 at 9 a.m. at Chamness Technology.

Dylan Oskvig, reporter