A roundup of 4-H news for the week of April 2, 2015:

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SALEM, Ohio — The Goshen Good Growers 4-H club met at Bunker Hill United Methodist Church March 24.
Three presentations were given. All members participated in an interactive game to meet the other members and make new friends.
The next meeting will be held April 8.
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SALESVILLE, Ohio — The Salesville Stitch and Stock 4-H club met March 29 at the Salesville Church of Faith Annex; 12 members were present.
New officers installed include: President, Bre Ann McFarland; vice president, Blaize Roe; secretary, Sarah White; treasurer, Jonathan Roe Warner; reporter, Grayce Roe; historian, Katelynn Tindall.
Members created Stand Up and Grow with 4-H posters. Jonathan Roe Warner gave a report on tractor safety, and Blaize Roe gave a report on safe bike riding. Health reports were given by Jonathan Roe Warner, safe milk handling practices, and Blaize Roe, handwashing techniques.
The club welcomed two new Cloverbuds, who worked on the parts of a plant, and planted lima bean seeds in paper towels in a plastic baggie green house.
Members discussed ideas for community service project, and will be planting flowers at the Salesville Park.
The next meeting is at 5 p.m. April 26 at the Salesville Church of Faith Annex.
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CHARDON, Ohio — Geauga Beef and Swine met March 8 at the Chardon Pizza Hut. Members also met Mary 7 at Maple Dale Farm to complete a window display.
Members discussed donating money to the Family-A-Fair project, and also decided to sell candy bars again this year.
The forms to participate in the OSU Junior Swine Day were distributed.
The next meeting is April 19 will be at Earnst Lanes in Chardon.
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CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio — Granny’s Kids 4-H club met March 22.
Members elected the following officers: Rebecca Whitmer, president; Maddie Arnold, vice president; Clifton Dobbs, secretary; and Hank Arnold, treasurer.
Registration forms for re-enrollment were collected and members received the duck and chicken applications.
Members will be participating in the Maple Festival April 25.
The advisers are asking the Department of Aging for the name of a senior citizen, whose yard members will clean up in April for the club’s service project.
The next meeting is April 19 at 7 p.m. at the home of adviser Kitko.
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MIDDLEFIELD, Ohio — On March 8, the Sew Sew Sweet 4-H club met to discuss upcoming events for the year, and welcomed two new members.
Members are completing a community service project this year with Santas-Hide-Away in Middlefield.

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