The Barnesville Progressive Home Helpers (BPHH) 4-H Club met Saturday, Sept. 18 in the basement of the Main Street United Methodist Church.
Jenna Duvall called the meeting to order. Ronnie Duvall led pledges. Faith Shanks led a song called "I’m Looking Over a 4-H Clover." Roll call was led by Jenna Duvall and members responded by answering the question, "What did you learn at the Belmont County Fair?"
Ronnie Duvall read the secretary’s minutes from the August meeting. Jenna Duvall gave the treasurer’s report. Emma Mazgai gave a health report titled, "Cold Symptoms." Luke Castello gave a safety report on tornadoes. Ben Eberhart gave an energy report on electricity.
Members were congratulated for their accomplishments at the Belmont County Fair. The club’s booth at the Belmont County Fair won second place. Members that were present were able to pick up their items that were on display in the fair booth.
Livestock Skillathon and still project score sheets were handed out to members as well as livestock ribbons.The club is selling Rada Knives and orders are due Oct. 13. Members were asked to turn in any unused project books and/or livestock resource books that will not be used again. These books are expensive and can be reused. Junior Fairboard Applications are due in the Extension Office by Oct. 1. Cloverbuds were asked to bring a roll of toilet paper and a box of tissues to the October and November meetings for a community service project. The meeting was adjourned by Jenna Duvall and members enjoyed refreshments that were brought by Ben and Anna Eberhart.
The next meeting is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 13 in the basement of the Main Street United Methodist Church.