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  • Pans on Fire 4-H cooking club meets

    4-H Student Reporter|Updated May 22, 2024

    By Logan Christensen, 4-H Student Reporter The Pans on Fire outdoor cooking club met on May 16 at 3:40pm at the Extension Office. Attending were sixteen members.The Pledge of Allegiance led by Cooper and Garrett. 4-H Pledge led by Zane. What we did during the meeting: talked about heat, made and cooked foil packets, took suggestions for improvements, did a MyPlate activity, and record books. The next meeting is May 30. The meeting adjourned at 4:50pm....

  • Sherman 4-H Food Preservation Club meets

    4-H Student Reporter|Updated May 16, 2024

    By Avery vonBorstel, 4-H Student Reporter The Put It Up food preservation 4-H club met on May 10 at 12:25pm at the Extension Office. Attending were Kynlie, Olivia, Erin, Aly, Ruby, Isaiah, Roper, Sebastian, Avery, leaders Brown and Ingram. Pledge of Allegiance by Sebastian, 4-H Pledge by Roper. What we did during the meeting: ate dried apple chips, cut up apples to pieces to dehydrate, used a jerky shooter to make raw meat into jerky, strawberry fruit leather, and wrote in...

  • Gilliam Co. 4-H Intl Club tours East Coast

    Tommy Schott|Updated May 1, 2024

    The Gilliam County 4-H International Club embarked on a trip to the East Coast this past Spring Break. The club departed Condon and Arlington late in the afternoon of Tuesday, March 19. The "red-eye" flight departed Portland at 11:59PM. They arrived in Boston at 10:00 AM, March 20, via Chicago. Over the course of the trip, they stayed in Boston, New York City, Washington D.C., and Williamsburg, VA. A total of 26 students and chaperones made the trip. After touching down in...

  • Wingin' It 4-H Club meets

    Cora Munkers, Club Reporter|Updated Apr 24, 2024

    The Wingin' It Poultry 4-H Club met April 8, 2024 at 5:30 at the Gilliam County Fairgrounds. Leader Aubrey Gibson stated that the remodel for the 4-H building will start in June. We will be relocating our meeting location in the future. She has also reached out to a new processor for processing our fair turkeys and chickens. The Small Animal Clinic will be held at the Gilliam County Fairgrounds on April 19th. Spring Classic will be held April 27th at the Deschutes County...

  • 4-H Super Swine Club meets

    4-H Student Reporter|Updated Apr 3, 2024

    By Trysten Lofthouse, 4-H Student Reporter The “Super Swine” 4-H hog club met on March 21 at 6pm at the 4-H pavilion. All swine club members were present. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Clyde, 4-H Pledge by Zane. Who has pigs? Trysten, Marie, Mark. We passed out the Barn Bible and talked about daily work with pigs, and learned how to properly brush the pig’s hair. We discussed getting our ideas started for next meeting. We learned about nutrition and played Swine Jeopa...

  • 4-H Poultry Club meets

    4-H Student Reporter|Updated Mar 27, 2024

    The Wingin’ It Poultry 4-H Club met March 11, 2024 at 5:40 at the Gilliam County Fairgrounds. Leader Aubrey Gibson discussed the upcoming field trip to Spring Classic at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds in Redmond on April 27th. We also talked about dates to get turkeys and meat chickens for fair. The last item of discussion was the Small Animal Clinic being held at the Gilliam County Fairgrounds on April 19th. Maggie Justice will be sharing her knowledge of chickens, t...

  • 4-H Gardening Club meets

    4-H Student Reporter|Updated Mar 27, 2024

    BY OLIVIA BURBANK 4-H Student Reporter The Terrific Tomatoes 4-H Gardening Club met on March 18 at 6pm at the Extension office. Attending were: Erin, Isaiah, Sebastian, Avery, Andrew, Sara, Evan, Aeden, Olivia. Excused: Kinley, Roper, Harley. Pledge of Allegiance by Avery, 4-H Pledge by Sebastian. What we did during the meeting: talked about different family families and how plans diseases can spread to other members of that family, talked about what plants are in each...

  • Sherman 4-H Pans on Fire Club meets

    4-H Student Reporter|Updated Mar 22, 2024

    By Haley Rose Blagg, 4-H Student Reporter The Pans on Fire Outdoor Cooking 4-H Club met on Thursday March 14 at 3:30pm at the Extension Office. Attending were: Junior leaders Sara, Haley, Andrew and Sebastian; second year members Kynlie, Clyde, Olivia, Harley, Roper, Isaiah, Elizabeth, Ireland; first year members Cooper, Livy, Zan, Logan C., Landon, Aiden, Evan. Adults: Jessica W, Christian A, Cindy B, Cathy Musick. What we did during the meeting: we made s'mores today. We...

  • Launch of Sherman County 4-H garden club

    4-H Student Reporter|Updated Mar 20, 2024

    By Olivia Burbank, 4-H Student Reporter The Terrific Tomatoes 4-H Club met on Feb. 22nd at 3:30pm at the extension office. Attending were Kynlie, Olivai, Erin, Sebastian, Roper, Avery, Adin, Even, Sara Jo. Excused absences were Andrew, Ireland and Harley. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Olivia. The 4-H Pledge was led by Avery. Today we came up with a club name and talked about what we wanted to grow and learn about. We felt soil and talked about different types of erosion...

  • Put it Up 4-H food preservation club meets

    4-H Student Reporter|Updated Mar 20, 2024

    By Avery VonBorstel, 4-H Student Reporter "Put It Up" 4-H food preservation club met January 26 at 12:21pm at the Extension Office. Fourteen members were present. The Tolentinos led the Pledge of Allegiance, the Cooks led the 4-H Pledge. Leader Kayla Ingram had a lesson about using mason jars for freezing: why/why using shoulder type jars vs straight sided. Talked about jamming. Made chocolate cherry jam and low sugar classic cherry jam (using frozen cherries). Ate a mix of...

  • 4-H Dog Club meets

    4-H Student Reporter|Updated Mar 20, 2024

    By Elizabeth West, 4-H Student Reporter The 4-H Country Canines Dog Club met Sunday, March 10 at 2:00pm. Attending were Haley, Samantha, Harper, Natalie, Elizabeth and Logan. Excused absences were Chloe. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Natalie and 4H Pledge was led by Samantha. Treasurer's report was given, Leader Grace handed out folders full of vaccine information, we talked about getting an A frame build for the agility course and we made home-made dog treats out of oat...

  • A Stitch-in-Time 4-H Sewing Club meets

    4-H Student Reporter|Updated Mar 20, 2024

    By Gabby Jette, 4-H Student Reporter A Stitch-in-Time 4-H Sewing Club met on February 18, 2024 at the ESD Conference Room. President Aaron Bates conducted the meeting. Kylee Anderson led us in the Pledge of Allegiance and Gabby Jette led the 4-H Pledge. Club leader Donna Bates told us we would be delivering our star ornaments that we made in December to residents of Summit Springs Village. Donna will message us with a time and date. Kiefer Takagi made an announcement that our...