The Livewires-Empire Best 4-H club held its monthly meeting at the McPherson county 4-H building Feb. 18.
Before the meeting was held, the 4-H club served Loaves and Fishes to members of the community. 4-H members served sloppy joes, potato salad, macaroni salad, chips and dessert to about 20 community members.
After everyone was served and clean-up was complete, the meeting was called to order by President Cash Toews. The Flag Salute and 4H Pledge were then given.
Roll Call was answered by “Name someone who has helped you or influenced you as a 4-Her.”
Eleven members, four leaders and nine guests were present at the meeting. Reading of the previous meeting minutes was approved as read. Next was the officer’s report, Treasurer report was given by fill-in Isom Marston.
Members that attended 4-H Club Days reported on their presentations.
Development Fund names and papers were handed out to members to contact for donations.
Jase Beltz, Josie Beltz and Camden Kruse did project talks.
The meeting was then adjourned and the club repeated its motto, “To Make the Best Better.”