4-H club reports

Cross Creek Tomahawks

The Cross Creek Tomahawks met July 2 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds with 11 members in attendance and Malania Birney in charge.

Members gave a demonstration for their project: Carter Graziano, nest building materials; Brandy DiNovo, food pyramid; Tommy DiNovo, laundry symbols; Luke DiNovo, sportsmanship; Mallory Birney, fitness planning; Gabby Bodo, veterinarian hygiene; Gianna Bruzese, dog obedience; Isaac Rosel, snack attack portfolio; Malania Birney, storage and organization tips; and T.J. Birney, woodworking shelf.

Club members did maintenance on the flower bed and added mulch. Graziano, safety officer, did a demonstration on hiking safety.

Reports on 4-H camp and the Ohio River Sweep were given. The club voted to donate a trophy to still project judging and to paint garbage cans at the fairgrounds.

The next meeting will be held at 4 p.m. Aug. 6 at the School of Bright Promise.

Bits-N-Pieces

Maintaining a flower bed at the Jefferson County fairgrounds was among items discussed when eight members gathered for the June 26 meeting of the Bits-N-Pieces Club, which was held at Richmond Park.

Mikayla Reed was in charge of the meeting where the Clover Buds painted rocks. Activities conducted included a demonstration Reed did on emotion and expression in art; Emma Phillips, alcohol and drug abuse; Gracie Phillips, sportsmanship; and David Kinney, grilling.

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