A roundup of 4-H news for the week of Nov. 20, 2008


TORONTO, Ohio — The Bareshoe Wranglers met at the Glen Mills Center for a covered-dish banquet recently.

Adviser Frank Mayer was in charge of the meeting.

Certificates and pins were handed out. Awards were presented to Ian Porter, most improved; Holly Mayer, all around; Heidi Hickle, most outstanding; and Jennifer Smith, sportsmanship.

The next meeting is Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. at the joint vocational school.

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VIENNA, Ohio — The Trumbull County 4-H Shooting Sports Pioneers will have its introductory meeting for 2009 from 5-8 p.m. Nov. 21 at the Fish and Game Club of Vienna, state Route 193, across from the airport.

All prospective and returning members should attend to complete paperwork and have questions answered.

Future regular meetings will be held on two Fridays of each month January through May, with the first Jan. 9.

Children 9 through 18 and their parents are invited to attend.

Dues per person are $20 annually, plus $2 for each evening attended. No family needs to pay for more than two children.

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

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NORTH BENTON, Ohio — The Village Varieties 4-H Club met at North Benton Presbyterian Nov. 10. Thirty-six members were present.

Advisor Sharen O’Brock presented two awards to members.

Jonathon Wilson, club president, was presented an award for being the 2008 Junior Fair King.

Kathy Philips was presented an award for being on the royal court.

Members of the club signed up for the bell ringing for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign. The locations will be determined and members will be advised.

Advisers presented members with their certificates of participation and premiums from the county fair.

O’Brock presented pins to the advisors with their years of service to the club.
Members brought in food for the deacons pantry food bank at North Benton Presbyterian Church.

Club members also donated toys to the Beloit Ruritan Club for its Share-a-Christmas program for needy residents.

The next meeting is Jan. 3 for a bowling party at Amron Lanes, Canfield.


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