4-H Pumpkin Decorating Contest
By: Becky Collins
Attention! Per Scarlett Copeland ACBOE
We are excited to announce we will have Early Release on Friday for Students at 12:00pm and Staff will be released by respective Principals. Lunch will be available for all students prior to departure. This will allow everyone to go out and SUPPORT OUR PIRATE FOOTBALL TEAM in PLAYOFFS in Elbert County!
Mrs. Clarks 4-H Meeting
ON THE 5th OF NOVEMBER. HANNAH OUR PRESIDENT,PRESIDED AT THE MEETING. OUR VICE PRESIDENT HANA, LED IN THE AMERICA PLEDGE AND THE 4H PLEDGE. THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE INTRODUCED THEIR GUEST: CECIL INTRODUCED HIS MOM STEPHANIE AN HIS DADDY TERRY. HANNAH INTRODUCED HER MOMMY STACY AND HER DADDY EDDIE.ANGEL INTRODUCED HER MOMMY RENA.ANNA INTRODUCED HER MOMMY AMANDA.THE SECRETARY KK, CALLED ROLLED AND READ THE MINUTES FROM OUR LAST MEETING, CECIL OUR REPORTER READ A SHORT DEVOTION. OUR PRESIDENT HANNAH, REVIEWED OUR EMBLEM, OUR SONG LEADER ANGEL, LED THE CLUB IN THE BINGO SONG. OUR PROGRAM CHAIRMAN, INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS THAT GAVE DEMONSTRATION. HANNAH AND ANGEL. MRS.STEPHANIE WILLIAMS, THEN PRESENTED OUR MONTHLY PROGRAM ON NOVEMBER. THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED BY THE PRESIDENT AFTER NO FURTHER BUSINESS WAS DISCUSSED. WRITTEN BY: CECIL, REPORTER
Fourth District School Fifth Grade 4-H holds meeting
By Madie Bragg, Reporter
Ms. Parlor’s fifth grade 4-H club held its October meeting on Wednesday, October 8. President Rashana Rankin presided at the meeting Our Vice-President, Tyler Zietlow led in the pledge to the American Flag and to the 4-H flag. Madie Bragg introduced her special guests, her mother, Sheri Bragg and her grandmother, Margaret Gilbert. The Secretary, Lizzie Nail called the roll and read the minutes from our last meeting. Madison Bragg, our reporter, read a short devotion. Rashuna Rankin, our President, reviewed our emblem Our Song Leader, Sadie Smith led the club in singing “The Beaver” song. Mrs. Becky Williams then presented our monthly program on how to do demonstrations. The class really enjoyed Sadie’s “Beaver” song and Ms. Williams’ demonstration. The meeting was adjourned by the president after no further business was discussed.
Parlor 5th Grade 4-H Officers for 2014-15 School Year
(1) Lizzie Nail, Secretary
(2) Heidi Anderson, Parliamentarian
(3) Madison Bragg, Reporter
(4) Rashana Rankin, President
(5) Tyler Zietlow, Vice-President;
(6) Brooks Houston, Community Service Chairman;
(7)Sadie Smith, Song Leader; and
(8)Brandon Lane, Program Chairman.
This is submitted by Madison Bragg, Reporter
Appling County Pirates Defeat Peach County 14-7 upsetting the the undefeated Trojans an move on to 2nd round of the playoffs. We now face Elbert County next Friday.
Join the Appling County High School and Middle School Choral Departments as they put on a benefit concert to raise money for Freedom House.
Freedom House is a ministry of the Lily and the Sparrow non-profit organization. Freedom House will be a refuge house for homeless women in Peru that will function as a safe place to facilitate their restoration and development as women, mothers, and productive members of society. This house will be the only one of its kind in Lima, Peru; it will provide an escape from the streets for young women (especially girls ages 12-14) who would otherwise be forced to enter the sex-trafficking trade. The home will provide food, clothing, and a safe place for these young women.
Come to the Appling County High School Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, November 18 at 6:30 to enjoy this benefit concert. All money raised will go toward building Freedom House.
Appling County Pirates make playoffs with Big Win over Southeast Bullock 34-27 now they travel to Fort Valley to face the Peach County Trojans on Friday night at 7:30 pm
Mrs. Carter’s 4-H Club
The Carter 4-H Club held there meeting on Wednesday, October 15, 2014. Maggie Haynes, President, presided at the meeting. Our Vice President, Jeremiah Holmes, led in the American Pledge and the 4 H Pledge. Ethan Twiggs introduced his Dad, Mr. Brian Twiggs. Marli McLellan introduced her Grandmother, Mrs. Opaline Mobley. Marli McLellan, our Reporter, read a short devotion which was 1st John 4:10 “This is love: not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his son as a sacrifice for our sins.” Our President, Maggie Haynes reviewed our emblem. Our Program Chairman, Kyleigh Jacobs, introduced the following members who gave demonstrations. Jerimiah Holmes demonstrated on his NASA Space Center Trip. Reagin Haddock played and explained her clarinet to the class. Mrs. Becky, then presented our monthly program on “Demonstration Techniques.” The class really enjoyed Jeremiah’s demonstration the most.
The meeting was adjourned by the President after no further business was discussed.
Marli McLellan, Reporter
Mrs.Stone's 4-H Club
By: Dalton James
The Stones 4-H club held it's meeting Thirsday Oct.16 2014. Elizabeth Branch, President, presided at the meeting. Our Vice President Riely Harrise, led in the American Pledge and the 4-H Pledge.
Our President Elizabeth Branch, reviwed our emblem.
Our Program Chairman, introduced the following members to give demonsteations: Rarshel Sollmon Red Velvet cake, Elizabeth Branch and Shannon Maddox did Mechinical and Chemical Weathering.
Mrs. Stephanie, then presented our monthly program on "Demionstration".
The class really enjoyed the power point on Mechinical and Chemical Weathering by Elizabeth Branch and Shannon Maddiox. We also enjoyed the poster by Rarshel Sallomen on Red Velvet Cake.Our Monthley program demonstrations were grately enjoyed.
The meeting was adjourned by the President after no further bussiness was discussed.
Dalton James Reporter
Mrs. Britt’s 4-H Club
By: Callie Taylor, Reporter
The Britt 4-H Club held its meeting Friday, October 17, 2014. Addison Avera, President, presided at the meeting. Our Vice President, Lacey Lee, led in the American Pledge and the 4-H Pledge. There were no guests, so Callie Taylor, our Reporter, read a short devotion. Our President, Addison Avera, reviewed our emblem. Our Program Chairman, Brooke Butler, introduced one of our members to give the demonstration. Zoe McCall gave a demonstration on The Basics of Softball. Mrs. Donna then presented our monthly program on “How To Do a Demonstration.” The class really enjoyed the demonstration. The meeting was adjourned by the president after no further business was discussed.
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