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School/Sports News - September 19, 2016
Sunny Lakers September meeting
For their September meeting the Sunny Lakers met at 3:00 p.m. Thursday, on September 15, 2016 at the Leisure Center. . President Olivia Woods called the meeting to order by asking our Roll Call question for the month. Clubbers each told what their favorite subject in school is. We had nine clubbers, 1 leader and 4 guests present. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.
Treasurer's report showed our balance at $ 142.46. Mrs. Woods gave our Leader's Report. She reminded us that our record books are due September 26. They will be evaluated at the Council Meeting that evening. We also had a thank you from Mrs. Ann Cargill, member of the Valley Builders HEU. She complimented our club for the wonderful job of cleaning the Open Class building before the fair. She said when the HEU ladies came to clean everything was all polished and ready to be used. They really appreciated it.
Our program consisted of recounting our successes at the Fair. We took the opportunity to say thank you to Mrs. Magnison for letting us use the Center. We sang "You are My Sunshine," to her as a thank you.
New business included future plans. October 1 begins our new 4-H year. Officer's training will be at 9:a.m. on Oct. 8. In honor of 4-H week we will plan to wear our 4-H shirts to the training and around town. We also decided to donate $10.00 to the Barber County 4-h Foundation. Kaitlyn Myers motioned that we donate the $10.00. Christopher Myers seconded the motion. We discussed possible candidates for the various club offices.
Peter Sawyer moved we adjourn the meeting. Martin Mills seconded the motion. Meeting adjourned.
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