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Fine Feathered Friends 4-H Club Recognition

Fine Feathered Friends 4-H Club's incoming officers for 2020 From Left to right: Alana Krispin, parent, Charlotte Krispin, president; Virginia Johnston, vice-president/corresponding secretary, parent Faith Johnston; Lilli Lawrence, recording secretary, p

The Fine Feathered Friends 4-H Club held their Recognition Meeting on January 27, at Extension Office Meeting Rooms A & B.  A brief business meeting was held by Ms. Darlene Welsh, leader, prior to recognizing club members, parents and volunteers for their efforts in 2019.

Raven Haller, outgoing president, gave a recap of the happenings and events of the Fine Feathered Friends 4-H Club for 2019.

The 2019 outgoing officers, Raven Haller, president, Leah Hintze, vice-president/corresponding secretary, Charlotte Krispin, recording secretary and Ben Lawrence, treasurer passed on their officer pins to incoming 2020 officers, Charlotte Krispin, president, Virginia Johnston, vice-president/corresponding secretary, Lillie Lawrence, recording secretary, Leah Hintze, treasurer.  The outgoing officers also received certificates of leadership and received their past officer pins.   

The following club members received a token of appreciation for their efforts in 2019: Mary Fisher, Averie Fogarty, Micah Krispin, Abby Lawrence, Ava Miller, Callie Miller and Michalina Miller. 

Benjamin Johnston was recognized as a clover moving up to the status of a “real 4-Her”.  Continuing clovers, Robert Lawrence and Maci Miller were recognized with a token for their continuing of being a clover.

No new members were inducted into the club.

Parent volunteers also received a token of appreciation.

If you have any questions or would like to visit the club, please contact Darlene Welsh, leader, 443-289-8926.

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