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4-H members discuss etiquette

MAPLETON - The Mapleton  4-H club’s second meeting was held on April 22 at 6:30pm at Cathy Dobben’s house.

Vice-president Rachel Brodhaecker opened the meeting with the 4-H pledge. Jarrod Dobben read the secretary’s report.

Youth leader Val Koepke talked about introductions and handshakes. She taught the members the proper way to introduce each other and the proper way to shake hands. Did you know when introducing yourself to someone shaking hands and hugging at the same time is not polite?

Finally youth leader Jordan showed us different types of invitation cards, thank-you cards and reply cards.

Submitted by Shayna Morphy, press reporter

May 9, 2014


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