Kort Henderson At 3 p.m. the Oct. 5 Elbert Creekside 4-H Club meeting was called to order by club president Rettie Duke. The members said the Pledge …
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At 3 p.m. the Oct. 5 Elbert Creekside 4-H Club meeting was
called to order by club president Rettie Duke. The members said the
Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H Pledge. Next, club vice president,
Ashley Fillmore, took the attendance, and president Rettie Duke
read the treasurers report.
Mariah Brown, Kaylea Carothers received their birthday cards,
and others who had not been at the previous meeting received
birthday cards as well.
The club discussed support of the community and decided to
contribute $400 to the Elbert Christian Church for its new
playground and $400 to the Elbert Woman’s Club for the continued
restoration of the historic Russell Gates Mercantile Building.
Next the club elected new officers for 2008-09. Elbert Creekside
4-H Club’s officers will be: Rettie Duke, president; Conrad
Rohleder, vice president; and McKenna Henderson, secretary. The new
treasurer is Colten Rohleder. The club’s new reporter will be Tawni
Strachan, and the new historian will be Nicolas Rohleder.
After elections the club signed up for the projects they will be
doing for the 2008-09 year. The next meeting, the club’s annual
Pride Program, will be at 3 p.m. Nov. 2 at the Elbert Christian
Good luck to everyone in the new 4-H year.
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