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November 25, 1992

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i4- ~ Je~|| C@gmty Post- November 25, 1992 Officers get training,4-H Council recommends alternates Sixty- three 4-H club officers attended officer training on Nov. 17. Clubs rep- resented were Formoso Willing Work- ers, Jewell Gemstones, Mankato Eager Beavers, Southeast Coyotes, Webber Wide Awake and Whitemound Build- ers. The Mankato FFA officers provided training. Following officer training the Jewell County 4-H Council was called to order by Vice President Darcy Dempsey. The group expressed concern that the achievement program received little publicity by the local newspapers. Judy Ost reported that approval to use the White Rock High School for the 4-H Day was glveq if this site is selected. It was announced that the Fair Board of Directors has invited each 4-H club to send an adult and youth representa- tive to board meetings. Clubs were asked to review the superintendent appointments and make any sugges- tions for county fair changes before the next meeting of the Board on Feb. 15. Dates for project meetings were announced: rabbit, 7 p.m. Nov. 20; swine, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 24, and beef, including bucket calf, market and breeding animals, 1:30 p.m. Dec. 29. All meetings will be held in the Court- house Meeting Room. Project leaders for these meetings are Nadine Raflsback, rabbits; Leon Boden, swine; and I~retta Wilson, beef. A multi- county meeting for 4-H lead- Odessa and Dentonia Area News by Ruth Obert Neff Manchester and Fay Seems vis- ited Rufus and Evelyn Manchester Sunday evening. M/M Wilbur Obert went to Kearney, NE Sunday to attend a piano te