Club Corner

Want to know what our Franklin County 4-H Community Clubs are up to? The Club Corner is a place where club news reporters and advisors can share 4-H club happenings. 

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Change the World 4-H Club
Submitted by Officer: Charlotte

Change the World Mask Donation

Hello! I am Charlotte, the vice president of the Change the World 4-H Club. These masks have been cut out, ironed, and sewn from start to finish by club members. They were donated to Columbus City elementary schools because a comfortable mask means the world right now. They are washable and can be worn many times. A few have openings in the bottom to make room for inserting a filter or extra fabric.


Serendipity 4-H Club
Submitted by News Reporter: Elizabeth B.

Serendipity Club Community Service

The Serendipity 4-H Club met for a meeting on March 4 on Zoom. The meeting was called to order by President Dustin Simpkins. New members were introduced to the club. For our community service project, we braided dog chew toys out of fleece for Pets Without Parents. A Safety Report was given by Felix Alonso and an Environmental Report from Nathan Shell. Under Old Business we discussed enrollment, the Winter Fair, and Officer Training. Then, under New Business we talked about future community service projects, such as the Hilliard Food Pantry and cutting out stars on American flags for the V.F.W. Demonstrations were given by Jillian Cline, Elizabeth Board, Meredith Tarr, and Felix Alonso. Lastly, Dustin Simpkins led Recreation. The next meeting for The Serendipity 4-H Club will be on April 1.


Whetstone 4-H Club
Submitted by Officer: Justin H.

Whetstone Community Service Project

Whetstone 4-H'ers Club update: In collaboration with our Walk and Serve community partner, the Clintonville Resource Center, our club members made homemade ornaments and cards for assisted living residents and fleece hats and personal care kits for the homeless for our winter service project. We also participated in the 4-H STEM challenge "Mars Base Camp" during our November 2020 and February 2021 meetings. We were guided by members of the OSU Association of Computing Machinery Women's Chapter, who are also doing some great K-12 computer science community outreach sessions.



Change the World 4-H Club
Submitted by Officer: Margaret Y.

Community Service

For their February community service project, the Change the World 4-H Club packed 43 lunches for the homeless through the Seeds of Caring youth charity organization. The club members decorated brown paper bags and collected lunch packing supplies. The lunches included a PB&J, bottled water, fruit, something salty and something sweet. In the pictures club treasurer Olivia Berkemer, Cloverbud Cami Berkemer, club secretary Maura Yates and community service officer Margaret Yates are assembling lunches. In March, the club is working together to make at least 50 children's masks to be donated.



Serendipity 4-H Club
Submitted by News Reporter: Elizabeth B.

(The picture above is when we completed our service project for the Hilliard Food pantry in October.)
On January 7th, the Serendipity 4-H Club held its first meeting of 2021. Our club elected officers for this year: President- Dustin Simpkins, Vice President- Caleb Bennett, Secretary/Treasurer- Jillian Cline, Health- Pierce Kountz, Safety- Cole Bennett and Felix Alonso Environmental- Riley Crippen and Nathan Shell, News Reporter- Elizabeth Board, Historian- Mia Opperman, Caroline Tarr, and Meredith Tarr. We also discussed Community Service Projects that we will be doing this year. Lastly, we ended our meeting with a fun game of Family Feud. Serendipity's Club will meet again on February 4th, at 7:00 p.m.



Grove City Clover Crew 4-H Club
Submitted by News Reporter: Peyton Z.

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The Grove City Clover Crew 4-H Club is off to a great start for the 2021 year. We started by electing our club officers on October 8th of 2020. The newly elected officers will be posted and installed at the next regular club meeting in January. We are looking forward to an exciting year and being able to overcome the challenges that continue with the current pandemic situation!
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