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Hometown Helpers perform at 4-H day

Hometown Helpers perform at 4-H day

The monthly meeting for the Hometown Helpers was held in the towne hall in Sylvan Grove on February 1, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. The roll call was “what is the most annoying pet at home.” 22 members, two leaders, eight parents and six guests answered the roll call. The Dohl family did a presentation on their pigs. Before our meeting we pracitced our skit for 4-H day.

USD #298 represented at KMEA in Wichita

USD #298 represented at KMEA in Wichita

Kaylee Babcock and Tru Haesemeyer, both sophomores at Lincoln Jr./Sr. High School, were selected for the KMEA District and All-State Honor Choirs. The KMEA All-State Choirs perform each year at the annual In-Service Workshop at Century II Convention Center in Wichita. Students are selected through a vigorous audition process beginning at the district level. Students with the top audition scores who perform at the district level are then eligible for selection to the All-State Choirs.

Sorensen demonstrates soldering at 4-H Day

Sorensen demonstrates soldering at 4-H Day

Hunter Huntsman 4-Her Kale Sorensen gave a demonstration on soldering at the Post Rock District 4-H Day held in Beloit on February 8. He received a blue ribbon for his talk. The Hunter Huntsman 4-H Club also entered a model meeting and received a blue ribbon. Other Hunter Huntsman 4-Hers who participated in individ-ual events were: Maren Sorensen, Clara Sorensen, Bethany Jordan, Ruth Jordan, Climena Jordan, Sydney Heller, Molly Heller, Sam Heller. The Hunter Huntsman 4-H Club meets on the first Monday of each month at 7pm at the Hunter Community Building.

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