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The Clarks Creek 4-H Club held their monthly meeting on Monday, May 10th. The meeting started with the club answering roll call with “What is your favorite animal?”. Song leaders, Addi and Maddi Sederlin, led the club with the song Herman The Worm. The club loved listening to and singing the song.

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April 26th was the start of the Humboldt 4-H club’s first in-person meeting of the year. Having been online since January, the members were excited to see everyone again. Social distancing was still required however, and everyone wore a mask. Paige, Grant, and Jacob Roeser presented a PowerP…

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The JC Breakfast Optimist Club recognized John Hagerty with their “Making A Difference For Youth” Award at the club’s recent meeting at the Hampton Inn. The award is presented to an individual who is: respectful to themselves and others in words and actions; a person of integrity and is resp…

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The Clarks Creek 4-H Club held their monthly meeting on Monday, April 12th. It was the clubs first in-person meeting since December and the energy was high to be back together.

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Two outstanding Geary County 4-H members have recently been selected to receive scholarships available through the Geary County 4-H program. The recipients were selected based on involvement in the 4-H program and outstanding leadership and citizenship shown to 4-H, school, and the community…

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Geary County 4-H members participated in Regional 4-H Club Day activities virtually for 2021. They competed with other 4-H members from the Central Kansas District, the River Valley District, Dickinson County and Marshall County. Results are as follows.

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The Lyon Creek 4-H Club held their March meeting via Zoom on March 28th at 6:00pm. Roll call was answered by “What is a life skill everyone should know?” Due to technical difficulties some of the meeting was missed.

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Debbie Johns and Margaret Kilpatrick were guest speakers at the March 31 JC Breakfast Optimist Club meeting at the Hampton Inn. Debbie shared she became a volunteer six years ago and was later hired to direct the work of the Food Pantry. “Geary County has the highest rate of food insecurity …

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The Humboldt 4-h club met on zoom on March 22nd for their monthly meeting. The whole club was taught by Caden Goodyear about fishing, and Ethan Goodyear read a poem. Macy Goodyear showed everyone her adorable cat (who is about to have kittens) and indoor and outdoor cat care. Regional 4h day…

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Rotary Clubs in Kansas and Oklahoma are responding to the COVID-19 crisis with an attention grabbing display of smiles. Rotary District Governor-Elect Fred Heismeyer says, “People can’t see a smiley face without smiling themselves and that happy moment is sorely needed in these days of isola…

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Theresa Bramlage with R2B4 and the Bramlage Family Foundation and chairperson of the Downtown Revitalization Initiative was the guest speaker at the JC Breakfast Optimist Club meeting on March 17 at the Hampton Inn. Theresa explained that “about 2 to 3 years ago Sheila Markley, Phyllis Fitzg…

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The Clarks Creek 4-H Club held their monthly meeting Monday, March 8th via zoom. The club answered roll call with “What are your plans for spring break?”. The club was again congratulated by leaders Amy Blockcolsky and Noelle Olson for their great job earning purple ribbon at 4-H Day for the…

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Geary County 4-H members recently competed in the annual Geary County 4-H Day which was held virtually this year. Those 4-H members awarded top purple and 2nd purple ribbons will be eligible to compete in virtual Regional 4-H Club Day. Results are as follows.

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The Lyon Creek 4-H Club held their February meeting via Zoom on February 28th at 6:00pm. Roll call was answered by “What do you like best about Kansas.” Our joke teller, Gracen Gfeller, asked “What do farmers give to their family on Valentine’s Day? Hogs and kisses.”

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