Alder Flats 4-H update

It’s the Alder Flats 4-H Multi Club back for another year.

  • Oct. 28, 2015 8:00 a.m.

It’s the Alder Flats 4-H Multi Club back for another year.

Welcome new members Cole and Mackenzie Dooper and Jack Willows. We only have seven members, what a great small group. Welcome back other members Emily, Erich and Wylie Pietsch and last but not least myself, Quinn Woods.

We started our meeting about our summer vacation and what we did. Our first outdoors activity for the year was mini-golf. That was really fun. Erich Pietsch got a hole in one on a lot of holes. Our next outdoor activity is fishing. I hope we catch a fish. Then we have pumpkin carving; I might carve a dragon.

We held elections for positions: President Wylie Pietsch, Vice President Cole Dooper, Treasurer Mackenzie Dooper, Secretary Emily Pietsch, Club reporter Quinn Woods, Historians Emily Pietsch and Mackenzie Dooper, District council rep Erich Pietsch and Lunch committee Jack Willows.

Our club leader is the best leader in the world, which is Chris Patten. Our project leader is Carmen Pietsch. She plans the fun activities.

Let’s have an amazing year!


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