ROMNEY — The Herders and Homemakers 4 H Club met Jan. 10 at Romney Presbyterian Church. Teen Leaders gathered before the meeting with the Cloverbuds and new members to conduct a project workshop. During the workshop, each teen leader paired with a Cloverbud or new member to help them complete work in their project books.

Following the workshop, a regular monthly meeting was held. Pledges were led by Allison Cowgill, Robert Quick and Ryan Quick. Secretary Catherine Wylie gave a report on Warm the Children and shared with the group the amount collected. The club made $125 for this project. The members then went on to discuss upcoming business, which included bowling, the photo contest, club visual presentations and dance weekend. Refreshments were enjoyed at the conclusion of the meeting.

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