Lincoln County Livestock 4-H Club Year-in-Review


Items 4-H collected for a food drive pantry.


During the 4-H year, the Lincoln Couth Livestock 4-H Club met seven times. On October 13, 2021, the club met at the new Lincoln County 4-H Building to finish the 4-H journals. At the next meeting, November 11, members met to elect the following officers: Kaylee Bosma (president), Alicia Ruud (vice-president), Rayann Hoppe (secretary), Gracen Juffer (treasurer), and Kenzie Bosma (reporter). At their December 6 meeting, the club participated in a Make-It, Take-It project, where members made gnomes as a craft project. Items were also collected for a Food Pantry Drive.


In the new year, the group met on January 11 via Zoom due to weather. At the February 28 meeting, the club members decided to donate baskets for the Raise the Roof Fundraiser. Karlie Bosma, Kenzie Bosma, Emma Wildeboer, and Hunter Wildeboer gave talks and demos over various topics with Alicia Ruud and Kaylee Bosma giving their talk and demos at the Lincoln County Shooting Sports Club. Wendy Sweeter also visited the club to hold a Consumer Decision Making Skill-a-thon. In March, the club met on the 21st and dipped dog bones in almond bark at First English Lutheran Church. Rayann Hoppe gave her talk and demo and taught the group how to make the dog bones that were donated to the local Humane Society. To mark one of the last meetings, the group met on July 17 for a journal work day. Club members are looking forward to Lincoln County Achievement Days August 1-4.