Fallbrook 4-H holds first meeting
Last updated 9/27/2007 at Noon
The Fallbrook 4-H Club has started its new year with a new officer team and a theme of “Going Green.” The club held its first meeting on September 4 and had a huge turnout of new and returning members. The meeting contained sign-ups, announcement of our theme, explanations of projects and much more. For those who missed the meeting, there is still time to sign-up. The projects for this year include: archery, beef, canning, crafts, community pride, beginning 4-H, cooking, floriculture, horses, sheep, small animals, swine, veal, goats, presentations, quilting, poultry, photography, robotics, vet science, small engines, reptiles, and party planning.
Attention all kids, on September 29, from 11-4 at Bates Nut Farm in Valley Center there is a Farm Education Day. Our very own floriculture project group will be participating as well as other organizations throughout the county. Check the Bates Nut Farm website for more information. Also on September 29, our members are helping to serve at the Reche Schoolhouse Pot Pie supper and working at the fall festival of Sea World. There are always opportunities to help others through 4-H.
This year the Fallbrook 4-H is led by an outstanding officer team made up of:
-President: Patrick Rogers
-1st Vice President: Jessica Dreher
-2nd Vice President: Lucia Flores
-3rd Vice President: Holly Rogers
-Treasurer: Kevin McGuire
-Secretary: Cassie Strizak
-Vendor: Dillon Kahl
-Flag Bearer: Audrey Greenwood
-Hostesses: McKenna and Montana Massone
-Newsletter Editor: Kayla Clift
-Historian: Casie Philley
Come and join the Fallbrook 4-H at the second meeting of the year on October 2. It will be held at 7 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. The meeting will include sign-ups and a guest speaker. The guest speaker is Matt Rahn, PHD, who is the science director of a local preserve through SDSU. All are welcome! Any questions, call 723-6171.