A roundup of 4-H news for the week of March 26, 2015:


FRAZEYSBURG, Ohio — The Wakatomika Valley 4-H club had its yearly officer installment March 16. New officers include: president, Shae Burkhart; vice president, Owen Burkhart; secretary, Sidney Burkhart; treasurer, Kolten Hanby; news reporter, Allie Coury; recreation leaders, Ashton Sensibaugh and Hanna Sensibaugh; health officer, Hanna Sensibaugh; safety leader, Kaden Hanby; and chaplain, Zoey Zeman.
The club’s next meeting is 6:30 p.m. April 13.
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BOWERSTOWN, Ohio — The Silver Spurs 4-H club met March 15 at the Bowerston Public Library with 24 members present. The club agreed on shirt designs; Kelly green and orange.
Evan Rice, recreation leader, had all members participate in a 4-H project word search. Garret Rice showed the group how to read feed tags.
Chelsie Brown discussed the different kinds of beef cattle. Evan Rice talked about the different parts of a turkey.
Makenzie Willoughby talked about the care of goats and how to take care of them and show them at fair.
The next meeting will be April 12 at 6 p.m., at the Bowerston Public Library.
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WINONA, Ohio — The Lone Ranger 4-H club meeting was held March 8. Members will help at the Winona Ruritians pancake breakfast March 28 from 6:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Members who needed to complete their community service hours have signed up. Maddi Aberegg gave a demonstration about Ha-ha tattoo, how to use them and what they are used for. The next meeting will be April 12.
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BERLIN CENTER, Ohio — The Western Reserve Rangers 4-H club recently held their March meeting.
Health Leader Brianna Herman gave a report on safety for preschoolers.
Vice President Ian Hames announced the county judging dates for this summer. Clothing judging and the style show will take place at Old North Church in Canfield July 13.
Food and nutrition judging and small project judging will be a combined event this year. Both will take place at the Canfield Fairgrounds July 15.
Vice President Emily Smith announced that the Mahoning County 4-H Fashion Board Applications would soon be available. Club members voted to donate money to the community Easter egg hunt.
Emily Smith and Sarah Hartzler collected the candy-filled eggs from the members, to be donated to the event April 3 at Western Reserve Schools football field, beginning at 2 p.m.
Eleven teen members and five club advisers attended the Ohio 4-H Volunteer and Teen Conference in Columbus March 13.


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