Pioneers elect officers
PORT WASHINGTON -- The Thunder Valley Pioneers 4-H club had a meeting at St. Paul's United Church of Christ in Port Washington on March 9.
They had elections and the following people have been voted for these offices: Andraya Starr, president; Amanda Fowler, vice president; Heather Parrish, secretary; Brionna Watson, treasurer; Lexie Watson, health leader; Caitlynn Long, safety leader; and Laney Barger, news reporter.
They also shared community service, promotions and field trip ideas.
They also agreed to ask a guest speaker to a meeting. The club will be selling pizzas and fry pies to raise money for club T-shirts. The next meeting is scheduled for Sunday, March 30 at 6 p.m. at St. Paul's United Church of Christ in Port Washington.
Dusty Boots club meets
The Dusty Boots 4-H Club met March 9 at Hartwood Church.
The group said the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag and the 4-H Pledge.
The group elected officers. They are the following: Cheyenne Shalosky, president; Monique McMullen, vice president; Makala Simpson, secretary; Nyoka Clarke, treasurer; Brody Alford, news reporter; Anthony Poorman, recreation leader; and Michelle Coste, health and safety officer.
The Dusty Boots had a drawing for two halves of a hog. The winners were Jeff Baker of Gnadenhutten and Cindy Evans of Newcomerstown.
The secretary and treasurer reports were given, and the constitution was read and signed by the club. The club voted and decided on light blue club shirts.
After the meeting, the advisors supplied drinks and Debbie Coste supplied pizza for the members.
The club's next meeting is April 6.