Moniteau County 4-H members and volunteers celebrated their achievements Sunday, Oct. 20, at the Jamestown Community Building.
More than 45 members, volunteers, family and friends attended the program.
Club leaders from Eager Eagles, Shamrock, Show-Me, Tipton and Twin City recognized first-year members, Clover Kids, club officers, members who completed project report forms and members with perfect attendance to club members.
Eager Eagle members recognized included first-year members Sarah Baelpler, Ada Cassil, Audrina Schoenthal, Tristan Shoenthal and Michelle Sedgwich. Clover Kids recognized were Milayna Meisenheimer and Sophia Gerlach.
Project forms were completed by: Emma Baepler, ham, sheep; Marie Baepler, ham, sheep, dogs; Zoey Borts, ham, foods, cake decorating; Ada Cassil, ham; Hadley Clay, ham, swine, arts and crafts, cake decorating; Hayden Clay, ham, swine; Hudson Clay, ham, swine; Keeley Klund, ham, arts and crafts, sheep, cake decorating; Isabel McNay Lund, ham, food, cake decorating; Courtney Matthews, ham, arts and crafts, cake decorating; and Hailey Van Steenburgh, ham, horse.
Perfect Attendance certificates were received by: Clara Baepler, Marie Baepler, Kendall Borts, Colby Fosnow, Keeley Klund, Ginna Meisenheimer, Milayna Meisenheimer and Olivia Meisenheimer.
Club officers recognized with a certificate included: Courtney Matthews, president; Keegan Borts, vice president; Olivia Meisenheimer, secretary; Ginna Meisenheimer, treasurer; Emma and Marie Baepler, reporter; Madelynn Gerlach, games; Isabel Lund, cards; Claire Baepler, flags and room setup; Colby Fosnow, birthday and door prizes; ans Luke Baepl, county newsletter.