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BC/JW 4-H Club makes holiday plans

The Beaver Center/Jolly Workers 4-H Club held its monthly meeting on Nov. 10, at 6 p.m. at the Loyal City Hall. The American flag pledge was led by Maci Lindner and the 4-H pledge was led by Seth Duell.

Roll call was taken.

Maci Lindner gave the sunshine report. Happy Birthday was sung to Bailey Bravener, Tiffany Radue and Emily Wehrman.

Lizzy Lindner gave the treasurer’s report for the month of October. Maci Lindner made a motion to approve the treasurer’s report, seconded by Bailey Bravener. Motion carried.

Old business: Club dues are due by the December meeting. They are $5 a person or no more than $20 a family. New business: The club decided to decorate a Christmas tree at the Loyal Historical Society Museum. Maci Lindner made a motion to approve spending $30 on the tree, seconded by Ethan Lindner. Motion carried. The Lindner family offered to buy the gifts for two children on the Angel Tree. Connar Becker made a motion to spend $50 on each child, seconded by Cain Toufar. Motion carried. Last year the club donated $50 to the Clark County Aging Department for paper goods. Tyler Waughtal made a motion to donate $50 to the Aging Department, seconded by Blake Plaskey. Motion carried. The December Christmas party was discussed. The club will be having barbeque and hot dogs. This was approved by Seth Duell and seconded by Maci Lindner. Motion carried. Calendars were distributed to the 4-H families. They need to be delivered and the money turned in by the December meeting. 4-H Family Bowling Day was discussed, and will be held on Jan. 4 at Rose Bowl Lanes. Members will sign up at the December meeting if they are interested in participating. Discovery Day on Dec. 27 at Neillsville School was also discussed.

The next meeting will be the Christmas party on Dec. 8 at Loyal City Hall.

Bailey Bravener made a motion to adjourn, seconded by Tiffany Radue. Motion carried.

Santa Claus ornaments were made to decorate the historical tree following the meeting.

-- Emily Wehrman, club secretary