4-H News
June 16, 2022 by Staff Report

Granny’s Kids 4-H Club held its monthly meeting June 5 at Mrs. Kitko’s house...

Granny’s Kids

Granny’s Kids 4-H Club held its monthly meeting June 5 at Mrs. Kitko’s house. Mack gave a report on turkeys in which members learned turkeys have between 5,000 and 6,000 feathers, can’t reproduce naturally and only lay one to two eggs a week. Jack shared a word search, and Mrs. Kitko gave a lecture on parasites. Dawn dish soap removes ticks.

Members discussed the chocolate shortage impacting their candy bar fund-raiser and whether to donate to Zeke’s trip to Ethiopia to work in an orphanage. Members were reminded fair registration begins July 16 and catalogs are available at the fair office.

There is one more rabbit clinic at Munson Park on Bass Lake July 23. For more information on the Geauga County Fair, visit www.geaugafair.com.

The next meeting will be June 26 at 7 p.m. (Submitted by Buddy Ferg, club reporter)