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Scioto Scrappin’ and More members held a bake sale May 13 at Tractor Supply in Circleville. (Submitted photo)

Scioto Scrappin’ and More members created conservation posters to display in the 4-H booth at the Pickaway County Fair. (Submitted photo)

Scioto Scrappin’ and More 4-H Club
By Cheyenne Bowling, News Reporter

The Scioto Scrappin’ and More 4-H Club met on Friday, May 5, for its regular business meeting at Teays Valley Middle School West.

The meeting was called to order by vice president Ambrosia Havan. Allison Remick led the American Pledge, and Cheyenne Bowling led the 4-H Pledge. Makayla Lange did the roll call, each member answered by naming their favorite sport.

Makayla Lange gave the Safety Report on first aid for nose bleeds. Makayla also presented the Environmental Report on how to reduce your carbon footprint. Ideas include planting more trees, drive less, recycle and going organic.

Members reviewed the Old Business, which included a reminder about the club Bake Sale on Saturday, May 13 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Tractor Supply in Circleville. Members indicated who could work and what items they would bring for sale.

Members were also reminded about helping to serve at the Scioto High School Class Reunion on Saturday, May 20. Members were instructed to arrive at Scioto Elementary by 5:45 p.m. for instructions before the event.

Members will also assist at the Harrisburg Summer Festival from July 27-29.

Scioto Scrappin’ and More was invited to participate in the 4-H Health Challenge by National 4-H. Members will complete various healthy activities and provide healthy snacks at meetings as a part of this project.

Members ended the meeting by creating conservation posters to display in the 4-H booth at the Pickaway County Fair.

The next regular meeting will be on Friday, May 19, at Havan family’s home. Avalon Havan made a motion to adjourn the meeting and Anam Havan second the motion.

Following the meeting, Makenzie Lange did a demonstration on “How to Cut a Mango.”

This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal