A roundup of 4-H news for the week of Nov. 17, 2011:


VIENNA, Ohio — The Trumbull County 4-H Shooting Sports Pioneers will have their introductory meeting for 2012 Nov. 18 from 6-8 p.m. in the Fish and Game Club of Vienna (state Route 193 across from the airport).

All prospective and returning members should attend.

Future regular meetings will be held two Fridays of each month, January through May. The first is Jan. 6. Children age 9 through 18 and their parents are invited to attend. Dues per person are $25 annually plus $2 for each meeting attended. Families do not pay for more than two children.

For more information contact Larry Beardsley at 330-898-4486 or larrybeard@aol.com.

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BERLIN CENTER, Ohio — Three members of Western Reserve Rangers 4-H club were presented the club’s 4-H Spirit Award at the November meeting.

Alexx and Ian Hames, daughter and son of Chris and Joe Hames of Ellsworth, and Karl Reph, son of Robin and Steve Reph of Berlin Center, received the awards.

Teen members were invited to a 4-H Teen Night Out at Old North Church in Canfield Dec. 8 beginning at 6 p.m.

Applications for Junior Camp counselors and Mahoning County fashion board are now available online and are due to the County 4-H office during January 2012.

Western Reserve Rangers have an organizational meeting Jan. 12 at 7 p.m. Area youth 10 years old and in the third grade through age eighteen are invited to attend.

To learn more about the 4-H Program and get a 4-H Family Guide that lists more than 200 4-H projects call Jan and Kathleen Moser at 330-547-7422. Cloverbud members, youth in kindergarten through the second grade, may contact Becky Hardy at 330-565-6117.


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