Which came first the chicken or the egg?
No matter what the answer is Grundy County 4-H depends on the chicken first and about 180 dozen eggs! Volunteers served at least 1100 omelets!
What does it take to make the 4-H Omelet Breakfast a HUGE success?
4-H Youth Committee back row: Kyle Dudden, Bill Noteboom, Dave Deeringer, Craig Schott, Kyle Dudden and Bradley Schmidt. Front row: Shelly Luiken, Andrea Traeger, Jean Schmidt, Bonnie Shinn, Karen Benson and Jodi Dinsdale. Not pictured: Jake Hooper and Kendall Dinsdale.
It takes many hours to prepare, a great committee, a lot of supplies and donations, many volunteers, and YOU! The Omelet Committee includes Jean Schmidt, Shelly Luiken, Karen Benson and Jodi Dinsdale. The committee worked hard to put on a great event!
How does the 4-H Omelet Breakfast have an impact on 4-H, our youth & families?
Proceeds from the event are used during the year to help support they youth program. It allows the Youth Committee to help make decisions on various activities we host during the year, offer scholarships to help families with enrollment fees and for youth who want to attend 4-H camps, State 4-H Conference and Washington Focus Trips. Youth Committee will be making plans on a variety of activities they would like to host for the 2012-2013 4-H year and want to invite all Grundy County youth to check out what 4-H can offer you!
How many Omelet Cooks does it take to feed 1100 people?
Twenty cooks spent the day making omelets with little or no break. 2012 cooks were: County Council Members: Bradley Schmidt, Craig Schott, Alyce Johnson, Kelsey Martin, Kyle Dudden, Brittany Shinn, Kody Brouwer, Mackenzie Johnston, Rogette Lizer, Abby Taylor, Megan Andersen, Gavin Dudden, Bret Cunningham, Vanessa Ash and Lydia Pakala.
4-H Members: Liz Ash, Espen Cleveland, Dustin Dinsdale, Connor Noteboom & Sean Daley.
The Grundy County 4-H Omelet Breakfast is sponsored by the Grundy County 4-H Youth Committee and numerous sponsors and donors all over the county. It is with the help and support of the community that the 4-H Program in Grundy County can be such a great organization for youth!
We also want to invite you all to visit us at the Grundy County Fair July 23rd -28th, 2012. There is so much to celebrate in 4-H this year. Celebrate with us at the fair!
The silent auction raised approximately $1600.