The Lakedell Lighthorse 4-H Club is off to a great year

Lakedell Lighthorse 4-H Club has 24 club members, five Cleaver kids

The Lakedell Lighthorse 4-H Club is off to a great year!

We held our first club meeting on Oct. 1/18 at Lakedell Hall. We have 24 club members and five Cleaver kids.

Our first meeting was a success. We had elections, voted and we filled all of our positions. Kate Harink as President; Mackenzie Denschikoff; Vice President, Mikayla Klatt; Secretary, Gracie Bachmann; Treasurer, Shay & Taylor Heilman and Addison McKinney; Club Reports, Katy Lang, Reese Stone, Rylin & Kamryn Klatt, Khloe Mason, Adrianne Denschikoff; Club Historians, Rae Dennis, Emersyn Tabler, Wyatt Volker, Rylee Richels; Social Committee, Jaycee Jamont, Kamryn Klatt & Mackenzie Denschikoff; District Club Reps, Mackenzie Denschikoff, Quaid & Addison McKinney; Regional Reps. Our club’s General Leaders are Amy Volker & Aleah Wohlgemuth, Assistant Leaders; Kyley Denschikoff, Kim Huges, Leslie & Brent Bachmann, Susann Stone, Nicole Heilman, Christa Goll and many wonderful parent volunteers.

Our first English riding clinic was held on Oct. 11/18 with instructor Jenn Stephenson. Our club’s assessment day clinic was held on Oct. 20/18 with Susanne Stone. Our first western ride was held on Oct. 25/18 with Tony van den Brink. Our club is very excited for our next clinic with Angie Golley on Nov. 24th!

We are all so excited for the “learning to do by doing”, fun, and friendships as we are well underway for another great 4-H year!

Until next time, happy trails.

-Submitted by club reporters Shay & Taylor Heilman & Addison McKinney

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