Hillbillies 4-H Club news


Pictured front row, from left, Wyatt Harris, club reporter, Kate Reynolds, song leader, Hannah Baker, song leader. Back row, from left, Matthew Thomas, game leader, Trevor Hunt, treasurer, Christopher Thomas, president, Autumn Baker member standing in for Mariah Young, secretary, Leah Hoffman, health officer, Nena Hunt, member standing in for Jasmine Howard, song leader, and Wes Baker, game leader. Not present were Vice President Jayvin Roush and Game Leader Ethan Marcum.


The Hillbillies 4-H Club and Hobos Cloverbuds held a hayride and Halloween party Oct. 22 at the White Church Community Building. The club meets the second Tuesday of each month and decides on a monthly activity and a community service project to participate in. Pictured are members of the groups dressed in their costumes.


Members of the Hillbillies 4-H Club and Hobos Cloverbuds are pictured with some of the goodies they distributed in the Letart community as part of “Make-A-Difference Day.” The members made soup and cookies and delivered them door-to-door.


The Hillbillies 4-H Club recently elected office holders and attended officer training at Bellemead Church in Point Pleasant.

This training helps prepare the officers for their new roles in their 4-H club. The training is conducted by adult 4-H volunteers throughout the Mason County community. It was informational and a great way to unite all 4H’ers. The members of the Hillbillies club wish all 4H clubs, and their officers, “good luck” in this new season.

Also, each fall, the Hillbillies 4-H Club and Hobos Cloverbuds participate in “Make-A-Difference Day.”

This year, the project took place on Oct. 25.

It is the tradition for the club to go door-to-door, handing out homemade soup and cookies to the neighbors in the Letart community. The club members make the goodies themselves for the distribution.

Club members attending were Chloe Rickard, Nate Harris, Konner Koenig, Parker Fields, Joseph Hoffman, Matthew Thomas, Jasmine Howard, Carolee Hoffman, Nathan Thomas, Leah Hoffman, Jace Howard, Wyatt Harris, Zahne Dangerfield, Justin Roush, Brice Fields, and Christopher Thomas.

Volunteers across America join for “Make-A-Difference Day,” which is one of the largest days of nationwide service. It originated in 1992 for people to come together to improve the lives of others.

Submitted by Wyatt Harris, club reporter.

Pictured front row, from left, Wyatt Harris, club reporter, Kate Reynolds, song leader, Hannah Baker, song leader. Back row, from left, Matthew Thomas, game leader, Trevor Hunt, treasurer, Christopher Thomas, president, Autumn Baker member standing in for Mariah Young, secretary, Leah Hoffman, health officer, Nena Hunt, member standing in for Jasmine Howard, song leader, and Wes Baker, game leader. Not present were Vice President Jayvin Roush and Game Leader Ethan Marcum.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2016/11/web1_11.19-PPR-Hillbillies.jpgPictured front row, from left, Wyatt Harris, club reporter, Kate Reynolds, song leader, Hannah Baker, song leader. Back row, from left, Matthew Thomas, game leader, Trevor Hunt, treasurer, Christopher Thomas, president, Autumn Baker member standing in for Mariah Young, secretary, Leah Hoffman, health officer, Nena Hunt, member standing in for Jasmine Howard, song leader, and Wes Baker, game leader. Not present were Vice President Jayvin Roush and Game Leader Ethan Marcum.

The Hillbillies 4-H Club and Hobos Cloverbuds held a hayride and Halloween party Oct. 22 at the White Church Community Building. The club meets the second Tuesday of each month and decides on a monthly activity and a community service project to participate in. Pictured are members of the groups dressed in their costumes.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2016/11/web1_11.19-HIllbillesi-3.jpgThe Hillbillies 4-H Club and Hobos Cloverbuds held a hayride and Halloween party Oct. 22 at the White Church Community Building. The club meets the second Tuesday of each month and decides on a monthly activity and a community service project to participate in. Pictured are members of the groups dressed in their costumes.

Members of the Hillbillies 4-H Club and Hobos Cloverbuds are pictured with some of the goodies they distributed in the Letart community as part of “Make-A-Difference Day.” The members made soup and cookies and delivered them door-to-door.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2016/11/web1_11.19-PPR-Hillbillies-2.jpgMembers of the Hillbillies 4-H Club and Hobos Cloverbuds are pictured with some of the goodies they distributed in the Letart community as part of “Make-A-Difference Day.” The members made soup and cookies and delivered them door-to-door.