Published 10:00 am Sunday, May 8, 2016

4-H Club

The Mansfield 4-H Club had its April meeting at 5 p.m. April 10 at Mansfield Town Hall. The meeting was called to order by President Austin Suhr. Roll call was taken and eight members and four adults were present. The secretary’s report was given by Raven Suhr. The treasurer’s report was given by Jacob Songstad.

Raven Suhr and Austin Suhr will be attend camp counselor training. YELLO is June 8 through June 11. The 4-H youth camp is June 15 through 17 and the teen camp is June 22-24. The club’s next meeting was at 5 p.m. May 1 at Mansfield Town Hall.

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Caleb Songstad motioned to adjourn the meeting first and Madyson Stein and Raven Suhr seconded the motion.

Before the meeting, the club went ditch walking on Highway 22.

After the meeting, Caleb and Jacob Songstad gave project talks for the fair and brought snacks and drinks.

The club also donated $50 to the Rella Loyd Benefit.

United Methodist Women

Carolyn Smith of Martha Circle introduced Tonya Brownlow, executive director of Emma Norton services in St. Paul. Brownlow presented the program on the services available for women and families through Emma Norton.

Guests for the program were United Methodist Women from Wells, Kiester, Alden and Glenville.

Reading program person Judy Hargrave recommended the book, “I am Malala.”

Circle meeting and sunshine reports were given. Hope Circle served and the program was by Martha Circle.

The group’s next meeting was scheduled for May 4. The program and business meeting were planned for 10 a.m. with a luncheon to follow. Mary Grace Circle was in charge of the program and Just Three Circle served.

Grapevine Twist Square Dance Club

The Grapevine Twist Square Dance Club hosted a dance on April 23 at the Senior Center at Skyline Plaza. Mary Mehus was the caller and called to two squares. A potluck was served after the dance. Servers for the evening were Kent Craun and Linda Coopman. The next dance was on April 30. Elaine Peacock was the caller. Salads were served after the dance.