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Wild Woodland Creatures

The Wildwood Critters reunited on May 15 at Murray’s Restaurant in Wintersville with seven members in attendance.

The pledges were led by Hannah Randolph with a roll call taken by Amanda Boring. The reports of the secretary and the treasurer are read and approved.

Unfinished business included the Skillathon, contest day, and project book distribution.

Under new business, the discussion focused on a second community service project, t-shirts, a booth theme, scholarships and clinics.

A presentation was given on preventing barn fires. Colte Sines and Borgin gave demonstrations.

The next appointment is Sunday at 5 p.m. at Murray’s.

Cross Creek Tomahawks

The Cross Creek Tomahawks met May 15 at the School of Bright Promise in Steubenville.

Gabby Bodo was in charge of the meeting which was attended by six members and chaired by Councilor Karen Hill.

Bodo gave a demonstration on graphic design by making a neon drawing for a barn.

Community service projects were discussed and the club carried out a school clean-up at Bright Pormise.

JP Wilson gave a presentation on grill safety.

Future plans include flowerbeds for the county fair, finding rocks for the flowerbed, trophy donations, t-shirt ideas and the youth skillathon showing livestock.

June 26 is the next meeting date, starting at 3 p.m. at the School of Bright Promise.

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Clifton L. Boyd