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Barnesville 4-H Club holds meeting

BARNESVILLE — The Barnesville Progressive Home Helpers 4-H club held its monthly meeting on May 5 in the basement of the Main Street United Methodist Church.

The meeting was called to order by President Ronnie Duavall, and roll call was answered by naming your favorite song or movie. The secretary’s report was read by Jenna Duvall, and Mary Lou Barricklow read the treasurer’s report. The news reporter report was read by Emma Mazgaj. Zack Mazgaj and Kourtnie Keiser each read a health report. Keirra Phillips read the conservation/recycling report and Cali Lee read a safety report.

Under old business the club was told about 4-H camp. It will be a day camp held June 2-3 and has a Disney theme this year. Under new business the club advisers handed out awards for the completion of a new year and recognized Ryland Wehr, Ronnie Duvall and Marah Bethel for receiving the blue ribbon officer awards. The advisers told the club they earned $25 for their bulletin board at the Barnesville Middle School.

The club voted and decided to help with the Belmont County Farm Bureau’s backpack program that feeds hungry children from four schools: St. Clairsville, Barnesville, Union Local and Bellaire. The meeting was adjourned.

The club thanks the Bethels and Whiteleys for refreshments at the meeting.

The next meeting will be held at 10 a.m. June 12 in the basement of the Main Street United Methodist Church.

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