Submitted by Zack MillerSomers Super Beef 4-H Reporter


PREBLE COUNTY — Somers Super Beef 4-H Club is excited about a new year in 4-H. Members are busy selecting and caring for their 2018 4-H projects. Somers Super Beef 4-H projects focus mainly on livestock but also include others like woodworking and photography. Most of these projects will be presented during the Preble County Fair in August.

Over 60 4-H members, new members, family and guests recently met at the fairgrounds on March 20th. The club is led by Gayle George, 4-H advisor for 40 years. The club installed its 2018 officers: Carley Asher – president, Leslie Burger – vice president, Mackenzie Neal – secretary, Carlyn George – treasurer, Audra Burger – health & saftey, Zack Miller – reporter.

The club starts each meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and by reciting the 4-H Pledge: I pledge my head to clearer thinking, My heart to greater loyalty, My hands to larger service, and my health to better living, for my club, my community, my country, and my world.

Somers Super Beef is proud to be one of the many quality 4-H clubs in Preble County. Youth in Preble County can become involved in 4-H by contacting the Preble County Extension Office, preble.osu.edu. Enrollment is due before April 1.