Western Reserve Rangers elect officers
BERLIN CENTER – The Western Reserve Rangers 4-H Club named the following members as officers for 2018: President Natakia Kresic, Vice-Presidents Isabel Schors and Emma Reph, Secretaries Olivia Haid and William Reph, Treasurers Sawyer Jones and Olivia Reph, Recreation Leaders Camille Kirk and Abby Susak, and Health and Safety Leaders Collin Meehan, Autumn Reed and Dailen Brown.
William Reph announced that all 4-H members raising livestock to sell at the fair must attend the Quality Assurance Workshop with one parent. The workshops will take place from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 3 at South Range High School. Advisor Laura Jones also gave details about the test members could take to test out of going to the workshop providing they have attended Quality Assurance Workshop for three years.
The club members voted to pass the club By-laws and Constitution for 2018. The club agreed to donate money to the 4-H sponsored Easter Egg Hunt, to purchase candy to fill eggs for the hunt and to provide a gift basket for the Mahoning County 4-H Endowment Fund Dinner.
On Feb. 3, several Rangers members, parents and Advisor Karen Day attended the Valentine’s Card Making 4-H Service Project at the JoAnn ETC Store in Boardman. Cards will be donated to a local children’s organization to brighten the children’s day.
Six Rangers 4-H Club advisors and several members will be attending the Ohio 4-H Teen and Volunteer Conference in Columbus on March 10.
Advisors Laura Jones and Robin Reph advised the members and parents that they will be available to assist with online registration. Reph also distributed directions to each family for this registration.
The Rangers 4-H Club will meet again at 7 p.m. March 8 at the Ellsworth Fire Hall.