Nashville Jolly Farmers meet, begin 2021

Nashville Jolly Farmers meet, begin 2021

At a recent meeting of the Nashville Jolly Farmers 4-H club, Cameron Hinton, right, gave a demonstration on how to throw a lasso, roping in fellow club member Garrett Houin.


The Nashville Jolly Farmers 4-H club began its year with an organizational meeting on March 8 at the Nashville United Methodist Church. Family project guides and calendars along with other information were passed out at the meeting.

Club officers were then elected at the March 22 meeting. This year’s officers are President Garrett Houin, Vice President Garrett Fowler, secretary Aubree Houin, treasurer Katie Wilson, news reporter Sarah Irwin, health leader Cassidy Hawkins, safety leader Malia Lennington, and recreation leaders Tristan Houin, Gabby Fowler, Payson Dial and Keith Hawkins.

The third meeting was held April 5 at the Nashville United Methodist Church with 32 members present. Tristan Houin led the Pledge of Allegiance, and Sarah Irwin led the 4-H Pledge. Roll call was “name your favorite movie.”

Advisor Jody Irwin presented information for the club fundraiser, which was a flower sale that included flats of flowers and hanging baskets and ran April 5-19. Order forms were handed out to the members and were to be turned in at the April 19 meeting.

Important dates were discussed by the advisors including the final Quality Assurance of the year, lamb and heifer essay due dates, hatch dates for poultry, and new family orientation. Brant Burgett made a motion to send a thank-you note to the Killbuck Savings Bank for donating the 4-H project books. Cassidy Hawkins seconded, and the motion passed. A motion to adjourn the meeting was made by Brant Burgett and was seconded by Cameron Hinton.

Demonstrations for the meeting were given by Cameron Hinton, who showed how to throw a lasso; Aubree Houin, who demonstrated how to take a photograph; Garrett Houin, who explained Kata with tonfas; and Tristan Houin, who addressed a letter.

The Cloverbuds listened to a story and then made washcloth bunnies.

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