The regular meeting of the Benton Franklin 4-H club was held at the Cass County Community Center on Sunday, Nov. 18, following our Harvest Party with the residents of CASS, Incorporated. President Eric Plagman called the meeting to order, and Nate Behrends led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call was answered by the members on what would you do with a $1,000.
No Secretary report was given. Old Business included: Enrollment into 4-H Online as soon as possible. Harvest Party was reviewed. County Convention: Top Secretary’s Book, Top Community Service Award and Poultry Herdsmanship. Our clubs 2018-19 Youth Council members include: Nathan Behrends, Eric Plagman, Mitchell Williamson, Craig Alan Becker, Carli Henderson, and Emily Plagman
New Business included: Club programs were passed out to each family. Beef weigh-in is Dec. 15. Citizenship Washington Focus trip is June 14-22 additional details in the newsletter. Remember to start writing your goals for next year. Christmas activity: possibly playing bingo at the Heritage House and Atlantic Specialty Care.
Meeting was adjourned. Brant Will led the 4-H Pledge.
The next meeting will be Sunday, Dec. 9, at the Wiota Community Center.