Clover Kids end year
The Jefferson County Fairfield 4-H Clover Kids wrapped up their year during a meeting from 5:15-6:15 p.m. Thursday at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds Activity Building.
Ten members participate in making personalized painted flower pots planted with flowers for Mother’s Day.
Leaders passed out certificates to eight graduating Clover Kids. As fourth graders next year, the graduates are eligible to join a 4-H club.
Leaders also passed out certificates to three members with perfect attendance this year.
The members had animal crackers and water bottles for a snack.
Helping with the activities were Steve Beltramea, Eileen Pickard, Craig Mineart, Karen Crossland, Sophia Mineart, Brandon Hoskins and Isabella Beltramea.
Clover Kids and their parents are reminded members can exhibit two projects at the 2014 Greater Jefferson County Fair if the members has attended a minimum of two meetings this year and paid dues. Leaders said talking to the judges and exhibiting projects at the fair is a great learning experience.
Clover Kids’ projects are scheduled to be judged from 8:30 a.m. to noon and 12:45-3 p.m. June 23 in the Jefferson County Fairgrounds Activity Building.
For information regarding the Jefferson County Fair, call Jefferson County 4-H youth coordinator Courtney Taglauer at 472-4166.
The Jefferson County Fairfield 4-H Clover Kids will meet again in September.
—Sherri Mineart and
Cora Beltramea, Jefferson County Fairfield 4-H Clover Kids leaders