Geauga County 4-H Club, The Pygmy Connection Celebrates Successful Year with Bowling Party!

To celebrate another successful year, the Geauga County 4-H Club, The Pygmy Connection, held its annual bowling party in January at Skylanes Bowling in Garrettsville. The party was an action packed night filled with many fun events. The club members bowled, ate pizza, and participated in the holiday gift exchange.

Recently the Pygmy Connection 4-H Club elected new officers for the upcoming year. The club will be run by president Ali Lesner and vice president Sydney Henry. Other officers include:  Treasurer Mathew Montazzoli, Secretary Paige Miller, Health and Safety Officer Audrey, Recreational Officer Sydney Louden, News Reporter Alan Wood, Birthday Officers Jena and Olivia, Photographers Juliana and Jaeda, and Junior Photographer Sawyer Scharver.

The Pygmy Connection Club continues to expand each year with 50+ members for this upcoming year. The Pygmy Connection is centered around Pygmy Goats, however, you can participate in any 4-H project through this club.  Club members participate in poultry, swine, sheep, dairy goats, market goats, horses, and more.

If you are interested in joining The Pygmy Connection or any 4-H club, please contact the Ohio State University Extension Office at 440-834-4656. The deadline to enroll in 4-H is April 15th.

Geauga News
Author: Geauga News