The Freetown Leprechauns 4-H Club met Jan. 17 at Freetown Church of Christ.
Pledges were led by Brynn Burton and Claire Elliott. They also led in singing “Happy Birthday” to those with January birthdays.
Haley Reedy distributed paper mazes for recreation.
The heath and safety lesson was given by Grant Elliott on safety tips for the kitchen. Kirsten Raisor led the devotions.
Josh McCool gave a demonstration on paper sculptures, and Charlie Blair gave a demonstration on making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
The program was given by Scott Riley of Columbus Young Marines. He was introduced by Caitlin Loper, who is a lance corporal in the Young Marines. Riley told the group about the Young Marines program and the opportunities it offers.
Members brought food to donate to a food pantry and were reminded about turning in flower sales.
Upcoming events are Freetown and Pershing Township Museum, March 14; candy factory, March 18; and sleepover at Newport Aquarium, June 9.
Refreshments were served by Blair and Brody Stuckwisch.
Refreshments will be provided by the Elliott family and Taylor Smith.
The next meeting will be Feb. 21 with a D.A.R.E. officer presenting the program.