The Eager Eagles 4-H Club held its first-ever Lifeskills Brunch and Program at the Jamestown Community Building Saturday morning. Volunteers leading the activities after an 8:30 a.m. breakfast of biscuits and gravy made by Russell Gerlach were Jackie Koetting, Karla Imhoff, Kathy Gerlach, Heidi Eschenbrenner and Shelly Hampton.
Clover Kids and 4-Hers enjoyed stations all around the room featuring important lifeskills. Learning to listen politely to others, writing thank you notes, counting change and social etiquette were some of the skills taught. The event ended with a fitness activity to music that was enjoyed by all.
Members attending were Holly Eschenbrenner, Courtney and Dakota Matthews, Andrew and Abigail Couch, Keegan and Kendall Borts, Emily, Cara, Anna and James Scheperle, Maggie and Angela McNay, Ben and Alex Imhoff, Avery and Treye Coffelt, Christian and Evan Snyder, Peyton Hampton, Alli Watts and Kamryn Koetting.