Happy Hustlers 4-H

The Happy Hustlers 4-H Club met Feb. 4 at the Finney County 4-H Building, with members answering roll call by naming a famous person born on a leap year.

Members discussed Finney County 4-H Day results, noting that the club participated with a senior skit and received a second blue ribbon. Member Tristian Clark received a blue ribbon on his demonstration talk on his barn quilt, member Colby Kempke received a blue ribbon for an instrumental solo, and Ava Kempke received a blue ribbon on her reading. Regional 4-H days will be held on Saturday.

Leader Barb Goss thanked everyone for their help with the Honor Flight fundraiser. The goal of $10,000 was exceeded.

Discussion was held about the March club meeting, with members deciding to have a potato bar. The food project members will prepare the meal for the meeting, which will be held at Community Congregational Church’s kitchen and meeting room. A list of ingredients needed will be distributed the week of the meeting.

Song leaders led the singing of “Happy Birthday” to club members celebrating a birthday in February. Recreation leaders led a game of “Telephone.”

Senior center cards

Bob Baker won high in the three tables of pitch played Tuesday at the Senior Center of Finney County, 907 N. 10th St. Alva Burch took second place. Third went to Carol Klaus.

In the two tables of pinochle played Feb. 21, Donna Preston won high, Bob Ellis was second, and John Bunnell placed third.

If interested in playing, call the senior center at (620) 272-3620.