BERLIN TOWNSHIP - At the June 13 Western Reserve Rangers 4-H Club meeting, Vice President Ian Hames recognized the many members and advisors of the club who marched in the Berlin Township Memorial Day Parade.
Remi Suyen Miken shared that she will be working at the Cleveland Zoo for several days this summer. Karl Reph stated that vegetables and fresh fruit would soon be in abundance and he shared several ways to safely handle and store fresh fruit and vegetables.
Members were asked to help at the June 22 workshop at the home of Jan and Kathleen Moser. Members will also be working on new decorations for the Junior Fair Area of the Canfield Fair.
Members of the Western Reserve Rangers 4-H Club marched in the Berlin Township Memorial Day Parade. Members, parents and advisors included, Robin, Steve, Karl, William, Olivia and Emma Reph, Remi and Marlene Mikan, Laura, Delorean, Sawyer and Cayden Jones, Kathleen and Tiffany Voland, Collin Meehan, Chris Hames, Donna, Abigail and Isabel Schors, and Jan and Kathleen Moser. (Submitted photo)
Judging events are approaching. Clothing judging is slated July 8 at the Canfield Presbyterian Church, Small Project Judging is scheduled for July 10th at the Canfield Fairgrounds, and food and nutrition judging will take place on July 23 at the Canfield Presbyterian Church. Animal entry forms for the Canfield Fair were passed out to members with livestock projects. Hames reminded them that most are due to the Canfield Fair Office between July 10 and 13.
Junior 4-H Camp for Mahoning County will be at 4-H Camp Whitewood in Ashtabula County from July 14-20. Any youth in Mahoning County who is between the ages of 8 and 14 can attend camp.
The next meeting begins at 7 p.m. July 11.