Buckhorn Tribe elects officers

The Buckhorn Tribe 4-H Club has started their year off by electing new officers.

The officers are: President, Mathew Hursey; vice president, Lincoln Shaw; secretary, Reagan Smith; treasurer, Justin Green; news reporter, Mackenzie Hursey; recreation leader, Caitlin Green; safety leader, Hannah Kennedy; health leader, Jacob Kennedy; and community service leader, Madison Fish.

The club does various community service projects through out the year, they will be mulching around the Christ United Methodist Church in June and will also be working in the concession stand at the Relay For Life event at the Lee Stadium.

They held a hog raffle ticket drawing and the winners were Chris Barnett and Cyndee Patterson. The winners will receive half a hog processed by Tilton's Custom Meats in Newcomerstown.

Dusty Boots club learns about care of animals

The Dusty Boots 4-H Club met at Hartwood Church on April 6.

Members said the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H Pledge.

The group project books were distributed and a count of all members who went to the Quality Assurance meeting was taken.

The members voted on community service projects.

The Dusty Boots 4-H Club will be cleaning up Hartwood Church on May 25 and also planting flowers at the Industrial Park on May 17.

Club member Nyoka Clarke and club advisor Jessica Hoffner demonstrated how to show a rabbit.

Member Michelle Coste wrote a health and safety report on the proper care of animals. Donna Coste supplied snacks after the meeting.

Members Cheyenne Shalosky and Nyoka Clarke are providing snacks and drinks at the next meeting which is set for May 25 at 6 p.m.