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—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, May 27, 1972
Chester County Council Meets
The Chester County 4-H county
Council meeting was called to
order by Pam Taws, newly
elected President. The meeting
began with the 4-H Pledge which
was followed by a report on
recent 4-H events.
Dale Nafziger, who attended
Capitol Days with Cindy Tom
pkins, Danny Weinstock, and
Pam Taws, talked about this
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Saddle Cinches 4-H Club
Plans Future Events
The Saddle Cinches 4-H Horse
and Pony Club held its May
meeting at the home of Margaret
Before the meeting a
demonstration on horse terms
was given by Jackie Wendler and
The meeting was called to
order by Lori Zerphey, president.
The report of the secretary was
read and approved.
Under old business was the
recycling of glass, the bake sale
on May 26, Gymkhanna com
mittees, and a trail ride
Under new business was for
ming a county o-io, a roller
skating party .1 September 12,
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opportunity that is available
through 4-H. Not only did they
have fun with computer dates,
but they also participated in
democracy in action at
Holly Scheib reported on the
Spring Fair in which many of the
4-H’ers took part. She considered
this was a success as the 4-H’ers
were able to exhibit their winter
and a trip to Cowton Rodeo June
After the meeting a movie was
shown entitled “Saddling and
There were 16 members, three
leaders, three parents and one
guest attending the meeting.
After the meeting refreshemnts
The next meeting will be at 7:30
p m. June 16 at the home of
Margaret Keeney, Manheim
RD4. Two demonstrations will be
given by Gayle Shultz, Donna
Miller and Mary Ann Smidt.
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The multi-county weekend,
which was attended by five
counties, was discussed by Bob
Minshall. This weekend was to be
one of fun and relaxation by
everyone and that is what it was.
Hosea Latshaw talked about
the Pennsylvania Association of
Farmers’ Cooperatives Summer
Institute. Chester County will be
sending several delegates to
Shippensburg State in July to
learn more about cooperatives.
New business was then
discussed which included 4-H
Regional Day. It was decided
that Chester County would again
serve refreshments at this event.
A committee of Dot and Kay
Minshall, Karen and Colleen
Lafferty, Kathy Shaw, Don
Nafziger, and Ester King,
(chairman), was formed to work
out the details. A date could not
be decided for the family picnic
so each county council member is
to find out which date is best for
their club and report back in
The meeting was adjourned.
Becky Robinson, Hosea Latshaw,
and Janet Hutchison balanced
the treasurer’s books. Refresh
ments were served by the social
County Council is an
organization consisting of two
delegates from each club who
come to help plan 4-H events.
County Council is just one part of
4-H which is sponsored by the
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