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The July meeting of the Manning Jayhawkers 4H Club started with roll call answered to the question, “How many siblings do you have?”

Jacob Fisher lead the club in the Pledge of Allegiance. Asher Huck gave the treasurer’s report. New bylaws were discussed and accepted. 

Asher Huck, Chance Jones, Melanie Tilton and Christina Tilton gave a talk on the CWF Washington, D.C., trip they participated in this summer. 

The club discussed decorating a hay bale for the fair. It was decided that Rachel Fisher will head up the decorating. 

Asher Huck and Chance Jones then taught the club a dance they came up with during the Washington, D.C., trip called the cheese curd dance. 

The meeting was adjourned with the 4-H pledge lead by Jacob Fisher. We then had an ice cream sundae bar for the snack.

 

The next meeting is scheduled for August 10.

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