Prairie Partners hold May meeting

Prairie Partners hold May meeting

Prairie Partners 4-H club members did community service while still following the “no contact” guideline.


The Prairie Partners latest meeting was held on the morning of May 25 via Zoom.

Olivia and Emma Brown led the pledges and read a devotion. Roll call was something members did during time at home. Then the club discussed old business including fair booth theme and the Rails to Trails flowerbed cleanup.

After that, the members talked about what signs they wanted on their livestock pens. Club advisor Lisa Hendrix announced there will be a virtual 4-H camp for members this year. Next, Cordell Troyer, Kayla Troyer, Anabelle Thompson and Boone Thompson taught everyone how to play kick the can. Everyone said their goodbyes, and the next meeting is scheduled for Monday, June 15 at 9 a.m., again via Zoom.

Each family was scheduled a separate time to help maintain the flowerbeds at the Rails to Trails.

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