The Black Hawk Nighthawks 4-H Club met for their regular monthly meeting on Sunday, February 12th. Our meeting began with Kinzee leading the pledge of allegiance.
The role call was, share your favorite ice cream flavor. Next, the secretary and treasurer's reports were given. A thank you card was passed around for Melissa Henrichs. Melissa came to our January meeting; she led a group activity and spoke to us about how to write goals for fair projects. We also signed a thank you card for Trunck's Country Foods for allowing our club set up a bake sale in the store on February 11th. Then, we thanked our club members for volunteering at the bake sale table and for making baked goods to sell. We had a very successful bake sale again this year with great support from the community. We discussed what we wanted to do for our Thank You Baskets at the March meeting. We also discussed the Annual County Omelet Breakfast on March 26th. This is the one big fundraiser the county holds each year to support all county 4-H programs. We are planning a baking day at Indulge to bake muffins from scratch for the Omelet Breakfast along with the next club meeting on March 20th. The club members were asked to start thinking about what they would like to do as a summer activity this year. We wished a "Happy Birthday" to Lily and Kaylee, who have February birthdays. Our high school members reported on what they did at the February County Council meeting.
To end the business part of the meeting Stella led the 4-H pledge. Stella Heinzel did a presentation about different breeds of goats. Then, Audrey Leyen did a presentation about the human knee. They were both very interesting and informative. Our next meeting will be held on Monday, March 20th at 2:00 at Indulge.
Stella Heinzel, Kennedy Brandt & Cole Fleshner helping at our Bake Sale on Saturday, February, 11th.