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Rolling Clovers 4-H Club February Update

Rolling Clovers 5-H Club members prepared tissue holders for residents of the Lorien Home in Taneytown. The meeting was held on Feb. 2 at Baust Church Parish Hall. The tissue holders and valentine cards were distributed to residents on Feb. 13.

Craft illustrated talks were given by Hannah Hockensmith on craft sticks bowl and Gaby Hockensmith on her purchased bisque project.

A skit on the life skill ‘responsibility’ was presented by Julia Stonesifer, Casey Bounds, Gaby Hockensmith and Autumn Lippy.

The meeting was called to order by the president, Julia Stonesifer. Reports were given by Autumn Lippy, Julia Stonesifer, Andy Stonesifer and Sandra Stonesifer.

Juniors who completed record books were Jacquelyn Slade ,Marissa Roberts, Allison Stoner and Emily and Ben Schildwachter.

Members who submitted Diamond Clover plans and reports were Ben Schildwachter, Jacquelyn Slade, Allison Stoner, Emily Schildwachter and Marissa Roberts.

Gaby Hockensmith, Allison Stoner and Marissa Roberts attended classes at Mid- Winter Blahs.

Autumn Lippy and Austin Stoner were chosen from Carroll County and interviewed for Out of State Trips.

Aluminum cans for recycling should be brought to the leader by March 6 or March 20.

Members received a member packet with information about club meetings, activities, service projects, fundraisers and club goals.

Club members will go as a group to play laser tag.

Members voted to change several parts of the bylaws.

Upcoming club activities are: Bowling party—Feb. 22 1pm at Thunderhead Lanes, Bingo with residents at Lorien Home-Feb. 23 6:15Pm , Skating party—March 15 1Pm, Sportsman Hall, purchased bisque workshop—March 16 6:30Pm.

The next meeting will be March 2,7Pm at Baust Church Parish Hall. Program will be a foods program by Rose Frebertshauser. Members will also be giving speeches. The service project is 2 Easter cards for residents at Lorien Home. Club members will be packing bags for persons at the Cold Weather Shelter.

The University of Maryland Extension programs are open to any person and will not discriminate against anyone because of race, age, sex, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, ancestry, national origin, marital status, genetic information, political affiliation, and gender identity. For more info on the club call the leader at 410 857-0416

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