4-H clubs get ready for ‘Magic at the Fair’


The first meeting of the Cut-Ups and Carpenters 4-H Club was Feb. 20 at the home of their advisors, Greg and Marcia Ward. Twelve members were present and five guests. Alison Setty, president for 2015, led the 4-H pledge and took roll call. New business was the election of officers for 2016: President - Anders Setty; V-Pres - Aislen Setty; Secretary - Breah Weislak; Treasurer - Stacia Weislak; News Reporter - Teagan Setty; Community Service - Alison Setty; Recreation - Dena Wilson and Gillian Setty; Health and Safety - Marissa Pine and Noah Baker. A pancake/sausage breakfast was held after elections. The club will be selling 4-H buttons at Studebaker’s “on the hill” in June. The theme of this year’s fair is “175 Years of Magic at the Fair.”

The first meeting of the Cut-Ups and Carpenters 4-H Club was Feb. 20 at the home of their advisors, Greg and Marcia Ward. Twelve members were present and five guests. Alison Setty, president for 2015, led the 4-H pledge and took roll call. New business was the election of officers for 2016: President - Anders Setty; V-Pres - Aislen Setty; Secretary - Breah Weislak; Treasurer - Stacia Weislak; News Reporter - Teagan Setty; Community Service - Alison Setty; Recreation - Dena Wilson and Gillian Setty; Health and Safety - Marissa Pine and Noah Baker. A pancake/sausage breakfast was held after elections. The club will be selling 4-H buttons at Studebaker’s “on the hill” in June. The theme of this year’s fair is “175 Years of Magic at the Fair.”


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The first meeting of the Cut-Ups and Carpenters 4-H Club was Feb. 20 at the home of their advisors, Greg and Marcia Ward. Twelve members were present and five guests. Alison Setty, president for 2015, led the 4-H pledge and took roll call. New business was the election of officers for 2016: President – Anders Setty; V-Pres – Aislen Setty; Secretary – Breah Weislak; Treasurer – Stacia Weislak; News Reporter – Teagan Setty; Community Service – Alison Setty; Recreation – Dena Wilson and Gillian Setty; Health and Safety – Marissa Pine and Noah Baker. A pancake/sausage breakfast was held after elections. The club will be selling 4-H buttons at Studebaker’s “on the hill” in June. The theme of this year’s fair is “175 Years of Magic at the Fair.”

The first meeting of the Cut-Ups and Carpenters 4-H Club was Feb. 20 at the home of their advisors, Greg and Marcia Ward. Twelve members were present and five guests. Alison Setty, president for 2015, led the 4-H pledge and took roll call. New business was the election of officers for 2016: President – Anders Setty; V-Pres – Aislen Setty; Secretary – Breah Weislak; Treasurer – Stacia Weislak; News Reporter – Teagan Setty; Community Service – Alison Setty; Recreation – Dena Wilson and Gillian Setty; Health and Safety – Marissa Pine and Noah Baker. A pancake/sausage breakfast was held after elections. The club will be selling 4-H buttons at Studebaker’s “on the hill” in June. The theme of this year’s fair is “175 Years of Magic at the Fair.”
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2016/03/web1_IMG_3452.jpgThe first meeting of the Cut-Ups and Carpenters 4-H Club was Feb. 20 at the home of their advisors, Greg and Marcia Ward. Twelve members were present and five guests. Alison Setty, president for 2015, led the 4-H pledge and took roll call. New business was the election of officers for 2016: President – Anders Setty; V-Pres – Aislen Setty; Secretary – Breah Weislak; Treasurer – Stacia Weislak; News Reporter – Teagan Setty; Community Service – Alison Setty; Recreation – Dena Wilson and Gillian Setty; Health and Safety – Marissa Pine and Noah Baker. A pancake/sausage breakfast was held after elections. The club will be selling 4-H buttons at Studebaker’s “on the hill” in June. The theme of this year’s fair is “175 Years of Magic at the Fair.” Submitted photo