Tabitha Rice, co-reporter of the Willis All-Stars 4-H club, would like to update you on their last meeting. The meeting was held at the Christian Church in Horton, KS at 6:30 PM. Mr. President Kaden Smith called the meeting to order. Justin Selland led us in the pledge of allegiance and the 4-H pledge. Horton City Mayor and Willis Township Mayor read the 4-H proclamation to the club and signed proclamation. Chloe Rice and Addy Welch led us in the song, “Skip to My Lou.” Roll call was “What I like about the State Fair.” Piper Chartier read the minutes from last month’s meeting. There was no treasurer report as the treasurer was not at this meeting. Reporter Kirsten Smith reported that the report was in the paper for the August meeting. The 4-H Council meeting will be on December 6th at 7:00 PM at the Extension office. The Educational committee presented their idea for a field trip to Arbor Day Farm in Nebraska City, and club members will need to text the committee to let them know if they want to do the Apple Tour or the Tree Tour that is offered. The committee will then send out a text when all reservations and details are finalized. Community service committee talked about ideas for 48 hours of Community Service on October 9-10. The committee will finalize details and send out a club text to let everyone know what the final decision is. Plans for 4-H Week, October 3-9, is to wear our club shirts to school on that Wednesday and put-up posters at the school with each principal’s permission.