Leavenworth County 4-H Council
Leavenworth County 4-H Council is made up of youth and adult representatives from each community club. The purpose of Leavenworth County 4-H Council is to support the Leavenworth County 4-H Program. Council meets every other month.
Monday, September 27, 2021; 7:00 pm; LVCO Fairgrounds
|2020-2021 Leavenworth County 4-H Council Officers|
|President - Jack Habjan - Glenwood 4-H Club|
|Vice President - Malia Pebley - Basehor Rustlers 4-H Club|
|Secretary - Cadence Dare - Reno Bobwhites 4-H Club|
|Treasurer - Mary Habjan - Glenwood 4-H Club|
|Reporter - Madelyn Lueck - Glenwood 4-H Club|
The June monthly meeting of the Leavenworth County Council was called to order at 7:07 pm on Monday June 28th 2021. Pledges were led by youth president Jack Habjan. The agenda was approved as read. The minuets were corrected and approved as read. There were no communications.
Sonya announced that the cut off for fair entries ends on Tuesday June 29th. She also announced that a quilt was donated to our club, and to add it to committee discussions on what to do with it. Building watch was discussed and decided.
No Unfinished Business
Broke for Committees at 7:28 pm
Returned from Committees at 8:42 pm
Adult Committee- Andrea Strick announced that the adult committee discussed refunding 25% of 4-H dues to clubs for the 2020/2021 4-H year due to covid restrictions. She also announced that they approved the male and female outstanding seniors.
Fair Events: Gavin Shupe announced that Logan Simpson will be finding/ suppling the watermelon for the watermelon eating contest. The contest will start at 1pm on Friday during fair week. For each of the 3 age groups the winner will be awarded a gift card. Marie will be in charge of getting the knives and cutting boards. The age groups will be 10 and under, 12-16, and 16 and up. For outstanding senior awards and recognition Jack Habjan will be announcing.
4-H Week: Brooklyn Peirce announced that we plan to encourage members to wear 4-H t-shirts during fair week. It was also discussed to look into having a booth at the farmer’s market in Tonganoxie, and the Leavenworth County market, during that week.
Andrea Strick moved to refund 25% of 4-H dues to clubs for the 2020/2021 4-H year due to covid restrictions. It was properly seconded and passed.
Gavin Shupe moved that we purchase 3 $15 sonic gift cards for the watermelon feed. He withdrew his motion, as Sonya said there are already some gift cards that we can use.
Emily Ernzen moved that we use the donated quilt as a raffle during fair. The reno-bobwhites food stand and county food stand will have tickets for sale for $1 for 1 and $5 for 6. It was properly seconded and passed.
Adjournment: Logan Simpson made the motion to adjourn, Marie seconded and the motion was passed at 8:52 pm.