Talbot 4-H: Happy New Year, gnomies!

January craft for Talbot Sharp Edges 4-H Club members included the making of gnomes. including, from the left, back row: Emma Griffiths, Codi Hewitt, Kayla McGougan, Lynn Hewitt, Mena Watson, Kenzie Hewitt, Laura Goodbrand and Alexis Perry. Front row: Dylanna McGougan, Kenadie Thornton and Julie Hewitt. ECA Review/Submitted
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January craft for Talbot Sharp Edges 4-H Club members included the making of gnomes including, from the left, back row: Emma Griffiths, Codi Hewitt, Kayla McGougan, Lynn Hewitt, Mena Watson, Kenzie Hewitt, Laura Goodbrand and Alexis Perry. Front row: Dylanna McGougan, Kenadie Thornton and Julie Hewitt. ECA Review/Submitted

January craft for Talbot Sharp Edges 4-H Club members included the making of gnomes.

The Talbot Sharp Edges 4-H Club would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year.  

Our club has already met several times since September 2021.  

We were able to create a few new crafts including painted wood signs for Halloween, with the help of our club leader, Jody Perry.  We got together in December to make Grinch Trees with Clarissa Vanderburg and her daughter Shauna.  

Then, in January of 2022, we got to make the gnomes. 

We are looking ahead to some other exciting projects this year including public speaking, our annual Purdy’s chocolate fundraiser, another craft and perhaps even a field trip.  

Many things have been different since COVID became a part of our lives, but we are thankful that our 4-H club can continue to meet and enjoy new activities together. 

Wishing you a wonderful 2022 on behalf of the Talbot Sharp Edges 4-H Club.

 

by Laura Goodbrand,

Club Reporter

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