Forest 4-H program holds Round-Up

Forest County Commissioner Robert Snyder interviews Ann Weikert about her shooting sports project with the Forest County Straight Shooters 4-H Club. (Submitted photo)
From staff reports

The Forest County 4-H program held its annual Round-Up Sept. 8, at the Forest County 4-H Center.

The 4-H members participated in Round-Up as a means of showing what they have learned from their 4-H projects taken throughout the year. The program supports 45 youth in a variety of projects.

Projects completed this year included archery, cloverbuds, cooking, EV3 robotics, Teen Council Leadership, riflery, sewing and scrapbooking.

Club leaders from the 4-H Robo’s, Country Cookers, County Cloverbuds, Forest County Rangers, Forest County Straight Shooters, Stitch-a-lots and the Scrappers were busy helping 4-H members between the ages of 5 and 18 prepare and complete their projects.

Members spoke with judges Meggi Brown, Amy Carll, county commissioners Basil Huffman and Robert Snyder, and Sheri Luchs about their project skills. Ribbons were awarded for their efforts.

Additional activities at Round Up centered on activity stations designed by Teen Council members and members of the 4-H Robo’s club.