The Highland County Poultry Pigs & Lambs 4-H Club met on June 11 at the Hamer Township House. There were 20 members present.
Demonstrations were given by Asher Faust, Elam Faust, Noah Rudy and Noah Freehling. The health report was given by Noah Rudy.
On June 25, there will be a Showmanship Clinic at the fairgrounds from 4-6 p.m. for all animal projects. The judging for the special interests projects will be July 11 at Hillsboro High School and the FCS Awards and Style Review will be July 13 at the Southern State Community College Patriot Center. If you have a special interest project that will be judged at the fair, but would like to qualify for the State Fair, you can be judged on July 12 at the Highland County Extension Office. You will need to contact the Extension Office by July 5 to get a judging time slot. July 21 is entry day at the Wharton Building at the fairgrounds from noon until 6 p.m. Poultry will need to be picked up at the fairgrounds on July 26 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
The adviser reminded all members to be working on their 4-H books and to have them signed by an advisor once they are completed.
Refreshments were served by Christian Flowers and the club. The next meeting will be held on Sunday, July 9th at 2:00 p.m. at the Hamer Township House.
Submitted by Matthew Gossett, club news reporter.