Progressive 4-H Club members met April 22 at Holy Trinity School.

Maggie Hart and Aubrey Weatherbie led the 4-H Pledge and flag salute.

Misty Pratt reported there is only one more YQCA meeting for livestock. She also reported that Touch-a-Truck has been moved from the Family Center to the Paola Middle School, and the goat show has been moved to Tuesday at the county fair.

Easton Hensley did a project talk about his spider, and Jace Hensley did a talk about his twin calves.

Songs were led by Eliza Prothe and Maggie Hart.

For recreation, Easton Hensley, Kale Kaiser and Brigham Sherman led the club members in a cheese ball throwing game.

The meeting was ended with the club motto.

Editor and Publisher Brian McCauley can be reached at (913) 294-2311 or brian.mccauley@miconews.com.

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