close
close
Posted in

Little Leprechauns Club learns about Native American agriculture

The Little Leprechauns 4-H club met April 14 at the Brookings County Outdoor Adventure Center with 13 members and one guest in attendance.

The roll call topic was: ‘What is your favorite school subject?’

There was talk about Clover Care Kits, about the 4-H T-shirt design contest, about the Brookings Summer Arts Festival 4-H pork booth and about 4-H camp this summer.

The reading was: “If you were ruler of your own country, what would be the first law you would introduce?” Gwen McCausland taught the 4Hers about Native American agriculture. The 4Hers used cow pots (pictured) to plant corn, beans and squash, which they took home to place in their gardens.

The next meeting of the Little Gnomes is on May 12 at 1 p.m. in the BCOAC.