Critter Club plans May Day baskets |

Critter Club plans May Day baskets

The Hayden Critter Club held its monthly meeting April 10.

After a game, pledges were read and roll was called by Chris Frentress. The treasurer’s report indicated that the club’s balance was the same as the last meeting, $352.19.

After that, the club went on to old business. The members talked about plat books and an adopt-a-highway project . The club recently worked on a community pride project and the members discussed tree planting.

New business came about and, at the suggestion of Chris Frentress, the club members agreed to make May Day baskets for Hayden senior citizens.

Keenan Bruchez and Chris Frentress gave a demonstration on sound waves. Lynae Babcock gave a demonstration on different types of yarn to crochet with. Brad Parrot showed the club what a gun cartridge was like. Lastly, John Yeager demonstrated how a rifle fires.

Then the announcements came up. There will be a market lamb, goat and swine weigh-in at the fairgrounds from 5 to 7 p.m. May 19.

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