The Plymouth Cloverleaf 4-H Club met on Sunday, April 10th at the Plymouth Community Center. Old business discussed was the County Speech Contest on April 25th at 7 and Quality Assurance Training in Fairbury on May 23rd at 1:30 or 7:00.
New business included sewing workshops taking place in Fairbury, the Rainbow Garden and making plans for our club's Fun Day.
The Health Officer spoke about having first aid kits ready for the summer and the Environmental Officer spoke about being prepared for severe weather.
Demonstrations were given by Hannah Holtmeier, Alexis Gerritse, Madison Freese and Natalie Hueske.
Refreshments were served by Strein's and Hueske's. Vinyl records were passed out for members to take home, melt and form into bowls.