The annual Father's Day horse show will take place at 9 a.m. June 17 at the Huron County Fairgrounds. Contesting will begin at 6 p.m. This year's judge will be Andy Bonner. The club is still seeking sponsors and donations for the show. For cost effectiveness, the show committee has decided to try a Web site for the show bill. The Web site iswww.openhorseshow.com. Contact adviser Irene Poore at (419) 663-5978 for more information.
Kayla Cleavenger, reporter
Hartland New Horizons
The club met April 15 at the Hartland Town Hall. Kori Roth did a demonstration on how to make bracelets. Refreshments were provided by the Hamisfars.
In old business, the club was informed there wasn't any information available yet about picking up trash at Summit Equipment Motorsports Park.
In new business there was a committee formed to get T-shirts prices and designs. Also, the club was asked to donate money to a child with a disability who wants to get a dog but can't afford it. Members will decide on how much they are going to donate at the next meeting.
The next meeting will be at 6 p.m. April 29 at the Hartland Town Hall.
Matthew Scheerer, reporter
The club's first meeting was at the Wakeman Community Library.
The club held the election of new officers for the upcoming year. The new officers are: President Chelsea Jackson, vice-president Megan Canfield; secretary Tara Burke; treasurer Leah Burke; health leader Alexis Scott; safety leader Alexis Scott; recreation leader Megan Canfield; news reporter Sara Takacs; and recycling officer Katie Jackson.
Fundraising and ride nights were discussed.
Sara Takacs, reporter
Monroeville Fortune Finders
The fourth club meeting took place April 9 at the Norwalk Police Department. Club members took a tour of the station which was led by patrolman Ty Keefer and canine handler patrolman David Ditz who, along with Fazo, the police dog gave a demonstration for the club. After the tour and demonstration was completed a meeting was held.
This was the safety meeting that was handled by safety officer Kyle Boehler. Demonstrations were given by Rachel and Adam Bauman on the breeds of pigs, Emily Bischoff on how to make a banana split and Kyle Boehler on guitar.
The next meeting will be today. This will be the annual roadside trash pickup.
The club met at Jennifer Young's house in Norwalk April 1. The pledge was led by Tyler Baker, vice president of 2006.
Members elected new officers for this upcoming exciting year. They elected Jessica Riley as president. She has been in this office before. Other officers elected are vice president Ashley Riley; secretary Carrie Hinckley; treasurer India Islam; news reporter, Robyn Pelham; safety officer Cori Margetiak; health officer Jennifer Young and recreation leader Rachel Palm.
The club met April 15 at Danielle Preston's house.
The club decided to donate some items to the Humane Society Shelter and club dues are to be $2 and can be turned into treasurer India Islam.
Members are also selling Home & Garden party candles for one of the club's fundraisers. Candles are $7.50 each and two for $15. Members had two demonstrations by Classy Clovers. Carrie Hinckley, demonstrated how to make an African cake from her project book, "Global Gourmet," and Rachel Palm demonstrated how to make mini-pizza's from her project book, "Food and Fitness for Fun."
The club will meet at 3 p.m. April 29 at Tyler Baker's house, 514 Hanville Corners Road.
Robyn Pelham, reporter
Lyme Clever Clovers
The club had its third meeting on April 3 at Seybert Methodist Church. There were 11 members present. The pledges were led by Jessica Savage.
Treasurer's report was given by Jamie Savage. Secretary's report was given by Jacklyn Scheid.
Members were deciding what to do for service projects and fundraisers. Jacklyn Scheid went to the grade "A" banquet and members made honor club with 95-points. Scheid told the club about the fashion board.
Jessica Brown, reporter