4-H news published 05-19-23: Little Leprechauns Club

LEFT: Robert Eliott working on his plant grafting technique. RIGHT: Gwen McCausland instructs the club members on different forms of plant grafting. (Courtesy photos)

The Little Leprechaun 4-H club met May 14 at the Brookings County Outdoor Adventure Center.

The meeting was called to order by President Bailey Gjernes.

The flag salute and 4-H pledge were lead by Robert Eliott.

The roll call topic was “What is your favorite school subject?‘

There was no unfinished business.

New business was discussion on the 4-H booth at the Summer Arts Festival and on the different camps and workshops offered this summer.

The members who participated in the state shooting sports contest reported on the weekend.

The talk this month was “If you were given $50 to do anything with, what would you do with the money?”

Liam McCausland gave a demonstration on “How to Grow Vegetables without Seeds.”

The next 4-H meeting will be June 11.

Gwen McCausland presented a program on "Plant Propagation."

The 4-Hers used Twizzlers and fruit rollups to practice grafting.