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Chadwick 4-H’ers discuss activities, projects

CHADWICK – The Chadwick Achievers 4-H Club met for November at Hope United Methodist Church, with 29 members and 20 guests present.

President Rachel Scidmore called the meeting to order, while Secretary Brianna Wilkenson took roll. Ada’Fia Tehuma led the Pledge of Allegiance, and Dylan Wilkenson led the 4-H Pledge. In old business, Natalie Wilkenson talked about the Federation trip to a corn maze near Freeport. In new business, project books were handed out.

Scidmore and Dylan Houzenga both took part in dairy quiz bowl at the national level. The club’s Christmas party was Dec. 6, with donations for Heartland Pet Welfare in Savanna. Lilly Ebersole discussed her Snap Circuits, or electricity, project, while Kailyn Hutchison talked about her stamp collection. She also showed the club a 4-H stamp she found.

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