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News from the Black Hawk Nighthawks 4H Club

February 4, 2018
Kaylee Young , Reinbeck Courier

On Sunday, January 14th, the Black Hawk Nighthawks 4-H Club met at the Gladbrook-Reinbeck Elementary school library for their regular monthly meeting. The meeting was held as normal with additional presentations as well as a small gift exchange between the members. Grayson Young led the pledge of allegiance and Taylor Frischmeyer led the 4-H pledge. During the meeting, the club discussed which design to get for 4-H club t-shirts for the year. We also decided to give members the option to get a 4-H shirt without the club name to be able to use for showing livestock at the fair. The club also talked about the upcoming annual bake sale which will be held at Trunck's grocery store on Saturday, February 10th. After all of the logistical things were taken care of three of the 4-H members each gave a short presentation. The presentations that were given were presented by Allen Baker on steam engine trains, Lily Heinzel on wolves and Stella Heinzel on rabbits. In one of the presentations, which was done by Lily Heinzel, some of the club members got to pretend to be a pack of wolves traveling. After all of the presentations were given, a small gift exchange was done between most of the members.

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Allen Baker explaining steam engine trains.
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