Henry County Sharp Shooters 4-H Club
Begins 2020 4-H Year
The first meeting for the Henry County Sharp Shooters was held on Sunday, Feb. 23, 2020, at the Maumee Valley Sportsman’s Club, located at 600 County Road L in Malinta. An open house for all interested in the 4-H club was at 3:00, with a regularly scheduled meeting beginning at 4:00. The 2019 Sharp Shooter President Tia Elkington opened the regular business meeting at 4:00. She then opened nominations for officers. Once all officers were voted in and materials were handed out, the meeting continued. Advisors introduced themselves as well as club members, new and current. New business was discussed and the next meeting will take place at the same location on March 8 at 4:00. The 2020 officers are Tia Elkington, President; Micah Bok, Vice President; Trace Schultheis, Secretary; Devyn Helmke, Treasurer; Karlee Detmer, News Reporter; Leslie Dietrich, Historian; Levi Johnson, Healthy Living; and Brian Scherdt, Recreation Officer. Henry County Sharp Shooters is a shooting 4-H club. We offer Archery, Hunting/Wildlife, Living History, Pistol, Rifle, and Shotgun, Scholastic Action shooting. Any shooting member is welcome to complete any other project 4-H has to offer. Must be age 9 by Jan. 1 of that year to join.
-Submitted by Karlee Detmer, News Reporter
Henry County 4-H Sharp Shooters Makes History
On April 19, 2020 the Henry County Sharp Shooters conducted their first ever 4-H meeting via Zoom. They discussed the upcoming trash pick-up that was happening on April 25. Also, discussed was the Officer Training that needed completed. The club also talked about different ideas they could use for community service. Pictured from top to bottom and left to right are; Karlee Detmer, Tia Elkington and Advisor Sheryl Petersen. Middle row: Nick Nahrwold and Trace Schultheis. Bottom row: Micah Bok, Levi Johnson and Trevor Shively.
Club Completes Community Service Project
On April 25, 2020 the Henry County Sharp Shooters had their annual trash pick-up day. There were many roads and many families involved. Each family took a road so they could stay socially distance from each other. The club picked up several miles of liter around the Maumee Valley Sportsmen’s Club where the Sharp Shooters meet for 4-H. In total 33 bags of liter and 280 lbs of waste were collected. Great Job HCSS!
More Community Service... In Club Members' Focused Community
Henry County Sharp Shooters are working on some community service projects. They have had to come up with some creative ways to help around the community since Covid-19 has limited their usual events. Pictured here are top l-r: Zacary Bergstedt, Allison Long, Karlee Detmer and Alexis Engel. Bottom l-r: Wesley Shidler (far right), Corbin Engel, Brian Scherdt and Tia Elkington.