Prairie Rose members in giving spirit


November 15, 2018 - 9:40 AM

Prairie Rose 4-H Club donates non-perishable food items Sunday to the Moran PRIDE/Thrive Committee as part of their 48 hours of 4-H. The members are Doug Dix, front; second row from left, Larry Maness of PRIDE, Kooper Welch, Kason Botts, Kyron Kegler, Cooper Scharff, Ty LaRue, Kaden McVey, Sophia Heim, Natalie Elmenhorst-Heins, Mallory Heim, Dierks Kegler, Ty Scharff and Nelda Cuppy of PRIDE; third row, Raveyn Kegler, Allison Heim, Zoi Yoho, Jenni Armstrong, Kendall Scharff, Bailey LaRue and Payton Scharff.

Jumping in leaves, playing football, eating pie and watching the leaves turn were among the answers to roll call of “What is your favorite fall activity?” by 18 members and two community leaders at Sunday’s meeting of the Prairie Rose 4-H club. One guest, Doug Dix, was present and intends to become a Clover Bud. 

Prior to the meeting, members made non-skid socks to be donated to the Moran Manor Nursing Center. Members also presented non-perishable food items to representatives of Thrive Allen County for the Moran Food Pantry. 

Ty Scharff led the business meeting. Officer reports were given and accepted. Payton Scharff gave the Parliamentary point on tips to have an effective meeting.

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