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School/Sports News - July 25, 2016


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4-H News

 

October Minutes

The October meeting for Gyp Hill Pioneers 4H club was called to order by President Sierra Cargill on October 18th at 1:30 in Mrs. Cargillís classroom. Taylor Paxson led us in the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4H pledge. Carson Cargill led us in prayer and Kirk Fisher led us in a song. There were 8 members, 2 leaders and 3 parents. In officer reports, the Club project officer Luke Fisher gave his report on our community service. We did the food bank and medicine bottles for the county 48 hours of 4-H. In unfinished business we discussed the trip to Worlds of Fun in Kansas City. Jaycee moved to adjourn the meeting, it was seconded and approved.

Kirk Fisher

Reporter

November Minutes

The November meeting for Gyp Hill Pioneers 4H club was called to order by President Sierra Cargill on November 15th at 5:30 at Raykies. It was our Thanksgiving dinner. Cheyenne led us in the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4H pledge. Kirk Fisher led us in prayer and Tabitha Ward led us in a song. Roll call was our favorite soda. There were 13 members, 2 leaders and 13 parents. In officer reports, Club project officer Luke Fisher gave his report on our community service. He asked if we would like to make a wreath and donate it to the Stockade for a Fundraiser. In new business, Luke moved the club make and donate a wreath to the Stockade, it was seconded and approved. We will meet in Mrs. Cargillís room on Thursday eve. bring anything you think would look good for a barbed wire wreath. For the program we had officer installation. Lee and Jake led us in recreation. There were no refreshments because we enjoyed a meal together before our meeting. In announcements Taylor read the green book for the December meeting. Brandon moved to adjourn the meeting, it was seconded and approved.

Kirk Fisher

Reporter

December Minutes

The December meeting for Gyp Hill Pioneers 4-H club was called to order by President Sierra Cargill on December 20 at 5:30 at the Fishers barn. It was our Christmas party. Cheyenne Lukens led us in the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4H pledge. Kirk Fisher led us in prayer and Tabitha Ward led us in a song. Roll call was our favorite Christmas carol. There were 14 members, 2 leaders and 13 parents. Minutes from November were read and approved. In officer reports, the Club project officer Luke Fisher gave his report on our community service. He had the idea of just giving money to the food bank for the holiday season. During leaders report Deb reminded everyone about the soup supper on January 16th. Our club needs to set up at 5. For the program Sierra and Taylor each gave presentations. Lee and Jake led us in recreation, which was a game of unwrap the saran wrap. Jaycee moved to adjourn the meeting, it was seconded and approved.

Kirk Fisher

Reporter

January Minutes

The January meeting for Gyp Hill Pioneers 4H club was called to order by President Sierra Cargill on January 17 at 1:30 in Kristi Pattonís classroom. Lee led us in the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4H pledge. Sierra led us in prayer and Tabitha Ward led us in a song. Roll call was our favorite movie. There were 13 members, 1 leader and 5 parents. In officer reports, the Club project officer Luke Fisher gave his report on our community service. He read a letter from the 4H foundation trying to raise money for new place settings at Rock Springs. There was no unfinished business. In new business Brandon Tillotson moved we go to Wichita for the Globetrotters game. It was approved. For the program Jaycee gave a demonstration and Carson, Luke, Kirk, and Jake gave presentations. Lee and Jake led us in recreation, which was a game of hide and seek. We enjoyed refreshments from the Cargills. In announcements Taylor read the green book for the February meeting. Luke moved we adjourn the meeting, it was seconded and approved.

Kirk Fisher

Reporter

February Minutes

The February meeting for Gyp Hill Pioneers 4H club was called to order by President Sierra Cargill on February 21 at 1:30 in Patricia Cargillíís classroom. Brandon Tillotson led us in the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4H pledge. Luke led us in prayer and Lee led us in a song. Roll call was our favorite Valentine candy. There were 5 members, 2 leaders, 3 parents, and 3 guests. Club project officer Luke Fisher gave his report on our community service. He thought we should give to Quarters for Canines. For the program Carson and Sierra demonstrated how to make buffalo chicken. Lee led us in recreation, which was a game of hide and seek. In announcements Taylor read the green book for the March meeting. Brandon moved to adjourn the meeting, it was seconded and approved.

Kirk Fisher

Reporter

March Minutes

The March meeting for Gyp Hill Pioneers 4H club was called to order by Vice President Taylor Paxson on March 20 at 5:30 at the Knights of Columbus Building. Brandon Tillotson led us in the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4H pledge. Carson led us in prayer and Lee led us in a song. Roll call was our favorite candy bar. There were 6 members, 1 leader, 5 parents, and 4 guests. The club discussed giving the shooting sports group $150 for our community service and giving $20 for the fair plaques, no motions were made since we didnít have a quorum to vote anyway. For the program Cheyenne demonstrated how to make símores in the oven. Lee led us in recreation, which was a game of drop the toothpick. In announcements Taylor read the green book for the April meeting. Kirk moved to adjourn the meeting, it was seconded and approved.

Kirk Fisher

Reporter

April Minutes

The April meeting for Gyp Hill Pioneers 4-H club was called to order by President Sierra Cargill on April 17th at 5:00 at the Knights of Columbus Building. Mason led us in the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4H pledge. Brandon led us in prayer and Tabitha led us in a song. Roll call was your motherís maiden name. There were 11 members, 2 leaders, 8 parents, and 6 guests. The ice-breaker was say your name and 2 things about yourself. In officer reports, Taylor read the minutes from the council meeting. In the community service report Luke thought helping at the Kicking Bear Camp would be a good idea. During leaders report Deb told us Family Fun Night would be May 6th. The club also discussed giving the shooting sports group $150 for our community service, Taylor made a motion and it was seconded and approved. Carson made a motion to help at the Kicking Bear Camp for our community service in May, it was seconded and approved. Jake led us in recreation, which was a game of hide and seek. Pattons provided refreshments. In announcements Taylor read the green book for the May meeting. Brandon moved to adjourn the meeting, it was seconded and approved.

Kirk Fisher

Reporter

May Minutes

The May meeting for Gyp Hill Pioneers 4H club was called to order by Vice President Taylor Paxon on May 22nd at 6:30 at the Knights of Columbus building. Brandon led us in the pledge of allegiance and 4H pledge. Cheyenne led us in prayer. Mason led us in the song "Row, row, your boat." There were 9 members, 2 leaders, 7 parents, and 3 guests. Roll call was answered by your summer plans. Cheyenne read the minutes from April, they were approved as read. In new business Jaycee moved we donate $300 from our Blue and Gold sales to Relay for Life in June for our community service, it was seconded and approved. Jaycee also passed around a signup sheet for Kicking Bear Camp. Carson made a motion to take care of flowers at the Peace Treaty corner on Main Street. It was seconded and approved. Patricia McLemore brought up clean up at the lake with Arrowhead West. In discussion we said anyone who wanted to help could but we didnít think it would work as a club. During the program Cheyenne gave a project talk on her rabbit project. Mason gave a demonstration on his Gardening project. Jaycee gave a project talk on her beef project. Brandon gave a project talk on his horse project. Cheyenne moved to adjourn the meeting. It was seconded and approved. Meeting was adjourned.

Kirk Fisher

Reporter

June Minutes

The June meeting of Gyp Hill Pioneers 4H Club was called to order by President Sierra Cargill on June 12th at 1:30 at the Knights of Columbus building. Rustin led us in prayer, Chambrey led us in the flag salute, and 4-H pledge. There were 9 members, 2 leaders, and 7 parents present. Roll call was answered by your favorite color. In officer reports Sierra gave the council meeting report. For community service Deb reported their were already flowers planted at the peace treaty corner, Luke will check on watering them. There was no old business. In new business Dena Ward asked if we would want to sell drinks at Orschelnís open house the last weekend of September. Brandon made a motion to sell drinks. It was seconded and approved. During the program Lee gave a demonstration on Cheerios cookies, which were very good. Tabitha and Chambrey gave project talks on their horse projects and Rustin gave a project talk on his woodworking project. Mason and his dad sent refreshments and we also ate Leeís cheerios cookies. There was no recreation. Cheyenne moved to adjourn the meeting. It was seconded and approved. Meeting adjourned.

Kirk Fisher

Reporter

The July meeting of the Gyp hills pioneer 4-H club was called to order by Sierra Cargill on the 17th at Cargills house during our club tour. Carson Cargill led us in the pledge. Sierra led us in prayer. And Luke Fisher in our song "row row row your boat". Roll call was answered by "what is your favorite fair projects". There were 14 present; 2 leaders, 3 parents and 9 members. In community service Luke announced fair clean up is our monthly service project. We also discussed our annual fair trip. We decided to go to Colorado! Our program was what everybody was taking to the fair. Carson moved to adjourn the meeting, it was seconded.

After the meeting our club enjoyed a fajita cook-out, swimming and making new signs for the fair.

Kirk Fisher

Reporter

 

 

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